- 01 October 2013
Effective from 1st October, 2013, OPA Europe is pleased to announce that Rosalia Lloret is taking on the new role of Head of Institutional Relations. This position has been created to support membership growth for the association and to represent the common interests of its members in the face of the ever-changing legislative environment in Europe.
Rosalia Lloret has 20 years experience working on internet projects, most recently as Chief Digital Officer at Grupo Prisa News, publisher of El País, which followed her experience at Unidad Editorial in a similar role. Previously Rosalia was Director of Interactive Media at RTVE, Spain's public broadcaster, and a member of its Executive Board. In this position, she was responsible for the creation of the new Interactive Media division and the design of RTVE's strategy across online, mobile and iTV. She was also Head of Content in the original team that designed Terra.es (Telefónica), and co-founder of Ya.com (Orange), where she held the position of Chief Content and Services Officer. During her employment at Prisa and Unidad Editorial, Rosalia was an active participant in OPA Europe on behalf of both member companies.
Nikos Gouraros, OPA Europe President, said of this appointment, "We are so pleased to welcome Rosalia back to the association. Her wonderful personality, professionalism and huge experience in the digital media world, are values which make an excellent combination for the Institutional Relations responsibilities of OPA Europe."
Of her appointment, Rosalia Lloret said, "I'm very happy to be back at OPA Europe, and am looking forward to working with the members and staff to strengthen the role of the association as a powerful think tank and a beacon of quality media in Europe."
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About OPA Europe:
Founded in 2003 by some of the European Internet's leading content brands, OPA Europe represents the interests of first-rate online publishers before the advertising community, the press, governmental and European institutions and the public at large. OPA Europe seeks to establish and promote the Internet as an effective advertising medium for marketers and a sustainable media business for publishers, thereby ensuring the continued availability of quality content to serve the public good. Members of OPA Europe are: Agora (Poland), Gruppo Espresso (Italy), New York Times Global/International Herald Tribune (Europe), Lambrakis Press (Greece), Le Figaro (France), Le Monde Interactif (France), Il Sole 24 Ore (Italy), Prisa/El País (Spain), RCS Mediagroup (Italy), Turkuvaz Media group (Turkey), Unidad Editorial/El Mundo (Spain) and Spiegel Online (Germany).