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    In a story not widely reported, two large media sales companies in the Netherlands have done away with 15% commission.
  • Has OTT Advertising's Time Arrived?
    Magna just released a new report projecting over-the-top (OTT) video advertising to hit $2 billion in the U.S this year.
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    As we enter the age of voice, is it possible that technology may compromise our ability to be polite? We don't have to say "thank you" to Alexa.
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    The in-house vs. outsourced question touches on the increasingly disruptive nature of marketing strategy.
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