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Advertisers, Are You Ready for This Year’s Election Cycle?

Political advertisers are forecasted to spend over $12 billion across all channels during the 2024 election cycle, the most in United States history, according to the latest figures from eMarketer. Due to the broad nature of political messaging, a significant portion of that spend is predicted to be funneled into…

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Privacy Signals, AI in Advertising & the Democratic Dilemma

For reasons that completely baffle Søren H. Dinesen, co-founder and CEO of Digiseg, the digital advertising industry congratulates itself for taking steps to eliminate third-party tracking cookies from the ecosystem, while replacing them with something equally bad from a consumer privacy perspective: various private signals that allow for one-to-one targeting.

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UI Upgrade: How Future Today is Transforming Streaming for Viewers and Brands Alike

Future Today's apps, including HappyKids, Fawesome, and iFood.TV are tailored for specific audiences. Their hero images align with the app's theme, such as family-friendly imagery for HappyKids, diverse content for Fawesome, or lifestyle programming for iFood.TV. Jennifer D'Alessandro, Head of Ad Sales and Marketing emphasizes that brands can create thematic takeovers related to…

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AdMonsters May 9, 2024   TWIM 2024 Honoree Meredith Brace: Pioneering the Path to Data Inclusivity Through our conversation with Meredith Brace, you'll learn how XR Extreme Reach sets itself apart by providing a holistic solution for ad delivery and data management, ensuring compliance through meticulous adherence to standards, and…

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🌯 Google Users Appeal Real Time Bidding Ruling; Roblox Launches New Ad Formats; Pubs Over Brand Safety

Google account holders are seeking a federal appellate court's decision on their ability to pursue class-action privacy claims tied to the company's real-time bidding system. Recently, a U.S. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers ruling in California prevented users from collectively seeking monetary damages, citing the need for individual assessments…

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