Ad exchange RhythmOne announced this week it is buying video ad platform YuMe, creating what the companies said will become a top-ranked marketplace.
Started in the UK in 2004 as blinkx and now based in San Francisco, RhythmOne offers a programmaticad exchange, RhythmOneMax, that encompasses desktop and mobile video, rich media, display ads, social and native ads, and various content formats. Its RhythmOneGuard utilizes third-party verification and proprietary filtering to support brand-safe environments. Here’s a sample screen shot:
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