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I’m excited today to share that beginning January 8, 2019, Verizon Media will replace the Oath brand, representing our strong alignment as a core pillar of Verizon’s business. This quarter, we’ve made it easier for people to access our unparalleled diversity and quality of consumer products, while making it easier for advertisers and publishers to solve their business challenges with the recent launch of our unified ad platforms.
One of the world’s premier global technology and media companies, Verizon Media is comprised of iconic brands such as Yahoo and AOL, as well as leading ad tech and media platform businesses. The corporate carveout will allow Verizon Media to aggressively pursue growth areas and stands to benefit its employees, advertisers, publishing partners and nearly 900 million monthly active users worldwide.
Verizon Media is a tech and media company with global assets for advertisers, consumers and media companies. Iván Markman, Chief Business Officer discusses their recent success and future...
Following several days of negotiation and rumors, Verizon today announced that it has entered an agreement to sell its media assets to private equity firm Apollo Global Management for $5 billion.
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Consumers want brands to know them, serve them personalised offers and experiences, and yet respect their privacy and data at the same time. Dan Richardson, Head of Data ANZ at Verizon Media explains why in 2021 marketers need to know and respect their audiences more than ever.
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Verizon will get $4.25 billion in cash for the properties, in addition to its 10 percent stake in Yahoo. Verizon’s media group has been purchased for $5 billion in a new acquisition.
Verizon said Tuesday that it's killing off its Oath media brand exactly a week after it told federal regulators that the multibillion-dollar company it built from its purchases of Yahoo and AOL ...
As Verizon Media continues to track and respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the safety of our employees, customers, and communities continues to be our top priority. We are continuously monitoring developments and believe the steps we are taking will enable us to provide effective service to our customers while maintaining the well-being of our team members.