Today’s Daily AdTech Round-up covers latest in Native and Programmatic Advertising, Technology, TV Advertising, Audience Data announcements DMI, SmartBrief, AcuityAds, Cubic Corporation, and Mobiquity Technologies.
DMI, wholesaler of consumer-driven life and annuity products announces a new brand identity with a complete rebrand. As part of its rebranding efforts, the Company’s name will change from DMI Marketing to a shortened version, DMI.
On Jan. 21, the Out of Home Advertising Association of America (OAAA) and SmartBrief launched a twice-weekly news service: OOH SmartBrief. OOH SmartBrief shares the most important news affecting the out of home (OOH) advertising industry, including ad trends, industry insights and thought leadership from top media executives.
Tapad, a global leader in digital identity resolution, has partnered with AcuityAds, a technology leader that provides targeted digital media solutions for advertisers to connect intelligently with audiences. The partnership will enhance AcuityAds’ existing cross-device solution, especially with respect to its cross-channel marketing capabilities in the Connected TV (CTV) space.
Cubic Corporation announced its Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) business division is partnering with Paragon Vitamins, a subscription-based supplier of personalized supplements, to advertise within Cubic Interactive, its advertising and loyalty rewards platform for public transportation. Cubic Interactive allows brands to place advertisements within a transit agency’s mobile traveler app and/or on physical assets such as gates and ticket vending machines, giving them access to targeted, captive audiences based on a transit agency’s rich traveler demographic data.
Mobiquity Technologies, a leading provider in next-generation Programmatic Adtech solutions, today announced a new technology sharing partnership with L2.
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