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Yahoo exec to join AdBrite

Yahoo Local head Paul Levine is leaving to take a job at the Internet ad marketplace.

Paul Levine, who headed up Yahoo Local, is leaving the company to join Internet ad marketplace AdBrite, Yahoo said.

Jennifer Dulski, previously of Yahoo Autos, will oversee Local Markets and Commerce, and Scott Regan will assume the role of acting lead of Yahoo Local/Maps.

"Under Paul's leadership, Yahoo Local has delivered great value to its users and advertisers and Paul has been working on the business since before Yahoo Local was even launched in 2004," Yahoo said in a statement. "Since then, the audience has grown to 15 million monthly unique users and nearly 30 million, when our entire network of Local sites are combined (Local, Maps, Yellow Pages)."

The news was initially reported on Valleywag.