Unruly eyes faster growth in tough video ad market after News Corp sale

News Corp, which will get small stake in Tremor, has also entered into three-year partnership for outstream video. Continue reading at 'Media Week'

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Tremor International to Buy Video Ad Platform Unruly from News Corp

Tremor International is to buy video advertising platform Unruly from News Corp, with the international publishing giant set to take Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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Tremor International to Buy Video Ad Platform Unruly from News Corp

Tremor International is to buy video advertising platform Unruly from News Corp, with the international publishing giant set to take a minority stake as part of the transaction. The deal will see News Corp take a 6.91% stake in Tremor, with the ad-tech company to receive the exclusive rights to... Continue reading at AdWeek

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News Corp. Misses Estimates as Ad Sales Decline

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News Corp profits halve after weak newspaper ad sales

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News Corp. profit tops estimates but ad sales dip

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News Corp. reviews its options for News America marketing unit

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AAP bid: consumer watchdog warns Nine and News Corp against any attempt to block sale

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The paltry price paid for Unruly rattles the consolidating ad tech market

The $19 million shelled out for the Unruly transaction represents a sharp haircut from the $90 million upfront cash price News Corp paid for the company a little over four years ago. The post The paltry price paid for Unruly rattles the consolidating ad tech market appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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NBC eyes huge ad sales night as Bruins force a Stanley Cup Final Game 7

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News Corp sales exec on the duopoly: ‘That threat is not going away’

News UK's chief commercial director, Dominic Carter, believes there is threat and opportunity in equal measure from the Facebook-Google duopoly for publishers. The post News Corp sales exec on the duopoly: ‘That threat is not going away’ appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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The Washington Post Is Marketing Itself to Brands as a Testing Ground for Video Ads

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Ad buyers are joining the fight against the "fake news" that many people blame for misinforming voters during the presidential campaign.Although the focus intially fell on Facebook and Google, where made-up headlines became easy to find, pressure has also come to bear on lesser-known companies... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Eye Tracking Shows Mobile Video Ads Embedded in Articles Perform Better Than on Social

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