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Michael J. Kelly is a digital media advisor and investor. He is a founder and advisor at Clearmeadow Partners and a senior advisor at Veronis, Suhler Stevenson. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Eyeblaster, Contextweb and Americantowns.com. Mr. Kelly was the President of AOL Media Networks from February 2004 until October 2007, responsible for AOL’s global advertising business, including revenues, product and platform development, and media strategy for all of AOL’s properties, as well as its Advertising.com network. Kelly created Media Networks as a separate division of AOL in early 2004. Under his leadership revenues grew from $600 million in 2003 to over $2.2 Billion in just 3 years. Also notable during Mr. Kelly’s tenure was the acquisition of Advertising.Com in 2004, the development of AOL’s network strategy and other acquisitions (such as Tacoda, Lightingcast and Third Screen Media). AOL’s network now has the largest reach of any US internet property. From 2002-2004 Mr. Kelly was President, Global Marketing at Time Warner, where he oversaw the company’s Global Marketing group, which works with the word’s largest advertisers to develop and implement cross-platform marketing solutions that take full advantage of all of Time Warner’s businesses. Prior to joining Time Warner, Mike was the founder and CEO of American Town Network (ATN), an interactive media company that creates local social networks in thousands of towns. ATN has been referred to by Brandweek magazine as the most comprehensive community information resource in the U.S. Mike continues to serve on ATN’s board of directors. Before establishing ATN, Mr. Kelly had a 17-year career with Time Inc. He was on the launch team of Entertainment Weekly and served as its Publisher from 1996-2000. Prior to EW he held several management positions at Fortune Magazine.