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44% Of Advertisers Use Radio – Radio Ink

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Flytedesk Empowers Advertisers to Reach Coveted Audience: College Students

Millennials, college kids, 18–24’s—whatever advertisers may choose to call them, they are the most desirable demographic for companies large and small, according to Alex Kronman, founder and CEO of flytedesk, which aims to connect advertisers of all sizes with that coveted audience…. Street Fight

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Survey: Social Advertisers Missing Critical Components in Data Ownership

Unified’s report found significant confusion on the topic of social advertising data ownership, with most marketers not knowing what happens to their data if they switch agencies or whether there is a way to independently verify the information in their wrap-up reports…. Street Fight

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Report: Social Attracting Most Widespread Investment from Advertisers, Topping Search

Move aside, Google. According to the results of a new survey, released by the advertising management firm Marin Software just this morning, nine-in-10 advertising professionals are investing in social media in 2018, beating the next most popular channel—YouTube/Google Display—by more than 10 percentage points…. Street Fight

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Street Fight Daily: Highlights from Street Fight Summit, Advertisers Drop DSPs to Cut Costs

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… #SFSNYC: The Growing Power of SMB OS… #SFSNYC: Investors on Billion-Dollar Opportunities in Local and Where to Find Them… Advertisers Cut DSPs 40% Over Two Years…… Street Fight

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Do Not Disconnect… Why The Telephone Is Still As Relevant For Advertisers As Ever – B&T

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How To Offer What Local Advertisers Want | TVNewsCheck.com – TV News Check

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How the Repeal of Net Neutrality Could Impact Local Advertisers

The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) voted last week to repeal net neutrality regulations. In 2015, the FCC passed the net neutrality mandate classifying internet service providers (ISPs) as “common carriers,” which required them to treat all internet traffic equally. This latest decision reversed that by classifying ISPs as “informatio… LSA Insider

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Are Advertisers Concerned About Scandal-Tainted News Talent? – MediaPost Communications

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Which Media Do Advertisers Love The Most? – Radio Ink

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