Google’s Ad Dominance, Streaming Landscape

Google's ad dominance, streaming landscape

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Google’s Ad Dominance, Streaming Landscape” – below is their description.

IAB CEO David Cohen joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the ramifications of the DOJ’s lawsuit against Google on the online ad landscape. Plus, his thoughts on the streaming industry as we await earnings from Paramount, Warner Bros, Disney and others.

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