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Datonics Inks Data Partnerships with GumGum, TwoPointO and Vemba

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July 10th 2014
Author
Press Release

(ADOTAS ) NEW YORK (July 2014) – Leading online data marketplace Datonics has added GumGum, TwoPointO and Vemba to its roster of data distribution partners. These partnerships will allow the companies to deliver relevant data-driven advertising to target customers on behalf of their clients. GumGum is the leading in-image advertising provider, driving ... more...

Datonics and VivaKi Launch Comprehensive Data Partnership

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June 18th 2014
Author
Press Release

NEW YORK, June 18, 2014 (ADOTAS) – Leading online data marketplace Datonics has expanded and formalized its partnership with VivaKi, a global leader in digital advertising solutions. The alliance makes Datonics data available for use by VivaKi via its programmatic media solution Audience On Demand® (AOD), which is available across display, mobile, social and ... more...

Network Advertising Initiative Announces 2013-2015 Board of Directors

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June 5th 2013
Author
Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. (ADOTAS) — The Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) today announced its 2013-2015 Board of Directors and new Executive Committee. Douglas Miller, Global Privacy Leader, AOL Inc., will serve as board chair. The entire Board of Directors, comprised of 12 member-elected privacy and digital media veterans, will work closely with ... more...

AFAIK: Brand Activation Association, Vobok, Datonics, SourceKnowledge

Written on
June 3rd 2013
Author
Mike Daly

ADOTAS — We sorted through the junk email to deliver you the most critical nuggets of information for today’s roundup. Here we go: Kraft Foods will be joining several other leading companies as presenters at the Brand Activation Association (BAA) West Coast conference Marketing to the Omni-Channel Shopper: Using Technology To Win ... more...

AFAIK: Forbes’ Most Promising Firms, Opera, Affiliate Window, Brandwatch, Rakuten LinkShare, Anametrix, Dachis Group, Marketing Zen, Datonics, MediaMath, IMN

Written on
February 8th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

Here’s what’s charting now on the digital marketing hit parade: Rocket Fuel was named No. 4 on the 2013 Forbes Most Promising Companies in America. Rocket Fuel was the top-ranked of six digital ad companies in the top 50, which also includes OpenX (7), Adroll (30), ShareThis (35), Rubicon (40) and ... more...

Quick Hits: TRAFFIQ Taps Datonics, Gannett’s Dubow Resigns, Baynote and Crowd Factory Team Up

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October 7th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Through a new partnership, clients of media management system TRAFFIQ will now have access to Datonics’ keyword and segment-based behavioral data. Datonics is a spinoff of AlmondNet’s Data Division — read an interview with CEO Michael Benedek about becoming a standalone company. • After announcing a leave of absence on September ... more...

Off-Duty: Adotas Throws a Serious Shindig at Cipriani

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October 7th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – To launch our new event and party section Off-Duty, Adotas was forced to show it knew how to judge a good time because it could throw one. Sponsored by 24/7 Real Media, TRAFFIQ, Adometry and Big Fuel — and put together with a great assistance from Max Ramirez of Digital Media Events ... more...

Answers Served: Benedek Details Datonics Spinoff From AlmondNet

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July 28th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – In an intriguing move for the data management sector, AlmondNet recently spun off its Data Division into standalone third-party data provider Datonics, with Data Division president Michael Benedek taking the helm as CEO. We caught up with Benedek to get the scoop behind the spinoff and hear what’s ... more...

Quick Hits: GetJar Bites Its Thumb at Apple

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July 14th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Last week, cross-platform, independent app depot GetJar, which recently integrated Facebook into version 3.0 of its mobile website and acquired app discovery service Infrinity, received a cease-and-desist order from Apple regarding the use of the term “app store.” GetJar’s response? “Hell no!” Check out its reasons for pooh-poohing Apple’s ... more...