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OpenX explores a sale.
Who’ll run Discovery-WarnerMedia.
Fastest-growing DTC brand names.

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Adtech business OpenX is checking out a possible sale, sources state

The supply-side ad platform is checking out a prospective sale, sources informed Lara O’Reilly.
Founded in 2008, the company has actually raised more than $70 million however struck difficult times in the pandemic.
A sale would add to the flurry of recent deal activity in adtech.

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Insiders are hypothesizing about the future of all these essential execs at Discovery-WarnerMedia

Talk is turning to the question of who will help run the planned Discovery-WarnerMedia endeavor, Claire Atkinson and Ashley Rodriguez report.
Future head David Zaslav is anticipated to favor leading film and TV talent with strong Hollywood ties.
Experts are speculating about what that implies for WarnerMedia officers like Ann Sarnoff and Toby Emmerich.

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Here are the 12 fastest-growing food DTC brands, according to SimilarWeb traffic information for January to April

Lots of direct-to-consumer food brand names got an increase from the pandemic as consumers ate more in the house.
SimilarWeb tracked the 12 fastest-growing DTC food brands from January through April, according to regular monthly traffic development.
They include companies like Lettuce Grow that offers at-home planters and alcohol-free craft beer maker Athletic Developing..

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Other stories we read:.

Will brand-new media restore old labor concerns amidst streaming-era problems? (THR).
Age gaps in relationships are facing increased scrutiny even when between consenting grownups (Insider).
Korea’s CJ ENM to invest $4.4 billion on content as it looks for worldwide role (Range).
Fox News intensifies its pro-Trump politics as dissenters depart (NYT).
Caspar Lee was one of the initial YouTube stars however unexpectedly stopped publishing videos in2019 For the very first time, he discusses why he gave up amidst heightening competition and his pivot to entrepreneurship. (Insider).

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