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Two major players in online video advertising, Ebuzzing and Teads, are merging to create a new company with plans to list on the NASDAQ in 2015.Both companies are French, and have separately been developing "outstream" video advertising allowing the distribution of video advertising outside of traditional video editorial. Ebuzzing has been working with advertisers since 2007, while Teads has been working with online publishers since 2011.Pierre Chappaz, founder of Ebuzzing, and president and CEO of the new group, is a well-known French businessman he also founded comparison site Kelkoo, which he sold to Yahoo for $650 million ten years ago. He said, "There is not enough instream inventory, so we invented outstream to run in social feeds, between paragraphs in articles, and in apps. Twitter is going the same way with video advertising, but we are super premium." Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

[ Advertising Age | 2014-03-26 00:00:00 UTC ]
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