Why Videology And Other Early Ad Tech Companies Streamlined Once They Hit Scale

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While ad tech companies have been accumulating VC funds and growing their stacks – and sales orgs – for a while, many took pains to rightsize over the past year or so. For some, the intent was to recapitalize or to prep for a sale if an IPO was a no-go. For others, it wasContinue reading »

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Film Studio Open Road Marries TV And Mobile Data

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Data is changing the way movies are marketed. Studios like Open Road Films are taking a more targeted approach to marketing, moving from broad-based buys – such as people aged 18 to 49 with a propensity for “dramas” – to more granular segmentation. “When finding audiences for a particular film, it used to be reallyContinue reading »

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After Its Divestiture, The Publicly Traded Tremor Video Rebrands As Telaria

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Tremor Video rebranded Tuesday as Telaria and will trade on the New York Stock Exchange as “TLRA” beginning Sept. 26. The move follows the August sale of its buy-side business to mobile ad tech firm Taptica for $50 million. The company hopes the rebranding will further distinguish Tremor’s sell-side business from the Tremor Video demand-sideContinue 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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