Webinar: Increasing video monetization with server-side ad integration

By Mark Cokes on May 12 2016 at 10:45 AM

Ad blockers are shaping up to be a major headache for publishers, one that could cost them as much as $27 billion in lost revenue by 2020, Juniper research reports.

Join Ooyala and Elemental for a webcast that will show you how server side ad insertion helps bypass ad blockers, allowing you to reach more screens with broadcast quality video while maintaining the best user experience.

In addition we’ll be discussing the latest advancements in both server and client side ad insertion.

Join us!

Date: May 26, 2016
Time: 8:30 PDT, 11:30 EDT
Register for the free webinar here.

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