Press release

Joy Marcus Formerly GM Digital Video at Condé Nast Entertainment Appointed to Perion Network’s Board of Directors

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Perion Network Ltd. (NASDAQ:PERI), a global technology company that delivers Synchronized Digital Branding solutions across the three main pillars of digital advertising – Ad Search, Social media and Display / Video, announced today the appointment of Joy Marcus to the Company’s board of directors.

“Joy is a seasoned executive who has gained extensive experience and expertise with publishers in the digital advertising market. I am delighted to welcome Joy to our board of directors and believe that her skill and impressive background in the digital advertising industry will contribute a lot to Perion’s board of directors and will be instrumental to a successful implementation of Perion’s strategy.” said Eyal Kaplan, Chairman of the board of Perion Network.

Joy Marcus has a wealth of experience in the media industry, including EVP and GM Digital Video at Condé Nast Entertainment, CEO of Bloglovin’ (now Activate), SVP Global Marketing Solutions at Time Warner (now WarnerMedia), VP International at Viacom and GM North America for DailyMotion. She sits on the Boards of digital media companies Anyclip and Qwire, and the nonprofits New York Tech Alliance and Hoops4Hope. Joy is currently a full time Lecturer on Entrepreneurship at Princeton University, and is serving as a Venture Partner at VC firm JVP, focusing on digital media, advertising and consumer investments. Joy graduated with Magna Cum Laude from Princeton University and has a JD from NYU Law School.

About Perion Network Ltd.:

Perion is a global technology company that provides agencies, brands and publishers with innovative solutions that cover the three pillars of digital advertising. From its data-driven Synchronized Digital Branding platform and high-impact ad formats in the display domain; to its powerful social media platform; to its branded search network, Perion is well-positioned to capitalize on any changes in marketers’ allocation of digital advertising spend. More information about Perion can be found at

Forward Looking Statements:

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