The Mobile Entertainment Forum has elected a new board for its EMEA business at this week's general meeting. Gerrit Jan Konijnenberg of Comfone was re-elected as Chairman, with Mark Kortekaas from the BBC and Qtel’s Colin Yeh re-elected as Co-Vice Chairmen.
The MEF board now consists of:
Chairman: Gerrit Jan Konijnenberg (EVP Strategic Development, Comfone)
Co-Vice Chairman: Mark Kortekaas (FM Controller Audio & Mobile, BBC)
Co-Vice Chairman: Colin Yeh (Head of Group Product Development, Qtel)
Jiella Esmat (Director Digital Expansion, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Barry Houlihan (CEO & Founder, Mobile Interactive Group(
Jonathan Jowitt (Senior Technical Marketing Manager, Dolby)
Emma Kaye (Director, Mira Networks)
Javier Lorente (Global Project Manager, Telefonica)
Mark Ollila (Director of Publishing, Games & Services, Nokia)
Dominique Rougie (TV/Video Director, Next.com/Orange)
Raghu Venkataraman (Executive VP, Chief Strategy & Investments Officer, du)
Chairman Emeritus & Founder: Gerard Grech (Head of Content, Media and Games, Nokia)
The Mobile Entertainment Forum was established ten years ago as a global trade body for the mobile media and entertainment industry.