WeatherBug Welcomes Back Pat Perrotta, Adds Lynn Weiss Kane and John Phillips to Advertising Sales Team

Germantown, MD, and New York, NY - September 23, 2010 - WeatherBug®, the leading provider of consumer and professional weather products and services and operator of the largest weather observing and lightning network, announced that Pat Perrotta has returned to the company as a senior account executive in its New York City advertising sales office. In addition, Lynn Weiss Kane has joined the West Coast team as a senior account executive and John Phillips has joined the Midwest team as an account executive.

Pat Perrotta rejoins WeatherBug from North American Media, where he was digital sales manager. Previously, Perrotta spent eight years as a member of the WeatherBug sales team. As WeatherBug continued to place an expanded focus on new media and generate interest from a variety of exciting prospects in that space, Perrotta decided the time was right to return to the growing company.

Lynn Weiss Kane is bringing to WeatherBug 14 years of experience in sales, including over ten years in online ad sales. She has sold for publishers such as WebMD, MSN, Yahoo!, EverydayHealth and Based in Los Angeles, Weiss Kane will drive WeatherBug advertising sales revenue across Southern California, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.

John Phillips comes to WeatherBug from IAC CityGrid Media where he sold both display and mobile media. Prior to IAC, he sold for the Yahoo! Premium Partner Network. Based in the greater Chicago area, Phillips brings strong relationships in the Midwest and a true understanding of how to build successful partnerships.

"It's great to have Pat Perrotta on the team again. His return, coupled with bringing onboard seasoned ad sales executives like Lynn Weiss Kane and John Phillips, positions WeatherBug for a strong finish to the year," said vice president of advertising sales and marketing, Michael Lombardi. "Their experience and commitment to excellence will help drive custom engagement solutions for our clients to exceed their advertising goals."

As a leading digital property, WeatherBug received more than 33.4 million unique visitors in August 2010 and is consistently ranked as a top 10 News and Information site, according to comScore. WeatherBug Mobile traffic has also grown significantly, with a 167% increase in unique visitors year-over-year as measured by Nielsen Mobile in July 2010. Millions of consumers trust WeatherBug for live, local weather information, severe weather alerts, precise forecasts and live weather images via its desktop, Web and mobile applications. In addition, the WeatherBug advertising team was the recipient of the 2009 ASPY Award for Best Customer Service.

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