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Charlene Weisler

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  • Charlene attended OMMA Global at Advertising Week, September 26, 2011
    New York Marriott Marquis
  • Charlene attended OMMA Global at Advertising Week, September 21, 2009

  • Charlene attended Future of Media, September 23, 2009

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  • Merging Digital, TV Ad Tech: Q&A With TiVo's Joan FitzGerald in MediaDailyNews on 04/19/2017

    Joan FitzGerald, VP, product management and business development, TiVo, is a TV data expert whose work on the quantification of media has defined her entire career. "I have had the good fortune of working with some of the world's leading marketers on data and analytics innovation projects, including CPG, pharma, retail and media,'" she said.

  • Monetizing Celebrity: Q&A With Limelight Media's Wendy Dutwin in MediaDailyNews on 04/03/2017

    After years in TV and film production, Wendy Dutwin, founder and head of Limelight Media, soon realized that there was a special role for her in celebrity procurement: matching talent carefully to marketing campaigns."We try to find the best opportunity with a client, where a celebrity will have the most impact," Dutwin explains.

  • Older, Cooler? Q&A With RLTV's Roy Ennis in MediaDailyNews on 03/09/2017

    With Mindshare's new Culture Vulture study noting a new trend - a Boomaissance where older is cooler - it may be RLTV's golden hour, since the cable network is targeted to the 50+ demo.

  • Quantifying The Trump Effect: Q&A With Cambridge Analytica's Oczkowski in Marketing Politics Daily on 02/24/2017

    Cambridge Analytica has been in the news recently because of its astute use of big data to guide surprisingly successful political races, from Brexit to Donald Trump. But to some like Matt Oczkowski, head of product at Cambridge Analytica, these upset victories were no surprise at all. I caught up with Oczkowski at the Global Audience Based Buying Conference & Consultancy and asked him the following questions:

  • Challenges To Linear TV: Q&A With IRIS.TV's Field Garthwaite in MediaDailyNews on 02/23/2017

    The need to discover new content has grown as both content choices and delivery options continue to increase. IRIS.TV boasts that it uses "artificial intelligence and adaptive machine learning to surface the most relevant video for each individual site visitor on desktop, tablet, mobile phone, even if the video is delivered OTT," according to Field Garthwaite, co-founder and CEO of the company.

  • 3 Fundamental Changes in TV Measurement: Q&A With Qubole's Ashish Thusoo in MediaDailyNews on 02/06/2017

    Ashish Thusoo, CEO and co-founder Qubole, previously ran Facebook's Data Infrastructure team. "Facebook was one of the earliest companies to capitalize on big data, and I had the privilege of having a front row seat to its transformation into a data-driven company,'" he explains.

  • What's Working -- And Not -- In TV Measurement? Q&A With Lotame's Ryan Reed in MediaDailyNews on 01/23/2017

    Ryan Reed, director of television and video solutions at Lotame, started his career at Matrix Solutions, creating sales software for local television groups. "That was a crash course in TV ad sales, going around to local stations and learning their day-to-day operations," he said.

  • The Global TV Market: Q&A With Adstream's Gerry Sutton in MediaDailyNews on 01/11/2017

    Gerry Sutton, CEO of Adstream, describes himself as "a software guy at heart" who worked in Australia and the United States in technology, digital, motion pictures and television. His current company, Adstream, addresses the creative content challenges of multiple screens and cross-platform.

  • Programmatic TV Is 'Overpriced': Q&A With Huddled Masses' Cantu in Real-Time Daily on 12/27/2016

    Charles Cantu founded Huddled Masses four years ago, "as a boutique trading desk, with a vision to bring programmatic technology to advertisers and agencies who didn't have the expertise, resources or time to invest in getting up to speed on their own."

  • Spanning All Media: Q&A With Entercom's Ruth Gaviria in MediaDailyNews on 12/14/2016

    Ruth Gaviria, CMO of Entercom, intended to pursue a career in medicine after earning a degree in genetics. But, as she explained, "I became incredibly curious and interested in people and how they think, behave and socialize, which eventually led me to a career in marketing."

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