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Triton Digital Expands APAC Team to Further Accelerate the Digital Audio Industry Throughout the Region

Monday, Oct 09, 2017 12:54 PM EST

A Leading Expert on Digital Audio, Richard Palmer, Will Serve as Triton’s Director of APAC Market Development 

LONDON – OCTOBER 10, 2017 —Triton Digital, a leading technology provider for the audio industry, today announced that Richard Palmer has joined the company as Director of APAC Market Development. In this role, Richard will manage Publisher onboarding, in addition to agency, trading desk, and trade association relations on behalf of Triton Digital throughout Australia, New Zealand, and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region.

Palmer brings to Triton more than 11 years of digital audio experience, having served as Head of Digital at Australian media network Macquarie Media Limited, where he developed and deployed innovative digital applications while increasing online audiences and driving the continued growth of digital revenue. Previously, Palmer served as Production and Account Manager at Southern Cross Austereo (SCA).

 “With an extensive background in digital audio technology and strategy, Richard is an incredibly valuable asset to our growing global team,” said Benjamin Masse, Managing Director, Market Development and Strategy at Triton Digital.  “We are excited to have him on board to continue to drive the overall growth of the online audio advertising industry in APAC, for the benefit of the radio broadcasters, podcasters, music services, and brands that are leveraging this efficient and effective channel.”

“The digital audio industry in Australia is seeing tremendous growth, with more than 12 million Australians consuming audio on their devices each month,” said Palmer.  “With an unmatched technology stack and continuous global expansion, no other technology provider can support the needs and growth of the global digital audio industry like Triton.  I am thrilled to join them in further building, supporting, and promoting the digital audio industry in APAC.”