Taptica To Acquire Ad Tech Roll-Up RhythmOne For $176M

Taptica will acquire RhythmOne for $176 million in an all-stock deal, the companies said Monday. The mobile ad tech firm also gets a matryoshka doll of assets along with RhythmOne, including assets from the latter’s previous acquisitions of YuMe, Burst Media and parts of RadiumOne. Taptica characterized the deal as a bid for connected televisonContinue reading »

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Blurred Lines As Performance And Brand Marketing Coalesce

“Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Rivi Bloch, interim CEO at Taptica. Get a marketer from a big brand in a room with a mobile app developer and, odds are, you will see the two haveContinue reading »

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How Tremor Video DSP Broke Its Profitability Dry Spell

Tremor Video DSP is working out some growing pains. At the beginning of this year, Tremor regained profitability for the first time since it was spun off in August 2017 from the SSP that would become known as Telaria. Tremor operates as a business division within Taptica, the mobile ad tech company that acquired theContinue reading »

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Tremor Video Sells Its Demand-Side Business To Taptica For $50M

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Tremor Video, one of the earliest video ad nets, has sold its demand-side business to the Israeli mobile ad platform Taptica for $50 million, the company revealed Monday. Tremor’s buy-side assets will be housed under an independent business division within Taptica called Tremor Video DSP. All of Tremor’s buy-side employees, led by longtime Tremor execContinue reading »

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