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OpenX is exploring a sale

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Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for June 1. I’m deputy editor Lucia Moses, filling in for Lauren Johnson, and here’s what’s going on: OpenX explores a sale.

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Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at lmoses@insider.com or on Twitter at @lmoses. A view of the OpenX coffee bar at Advertising Week 2015 in New York City. D Dipasupil/Getty Images for AWXII Adtech company OpenX is exploring a possible sale, sources say

The supply-side ad platform is exploring a potential sale , sources told Lara O’Reilly.

Founded in 2008, the company has raised more than $70 million but hit hard times in the pandemic. A sale would add to the flurry of recent deal activity in adtech. Read the story. President and CEO, Discovery David Zaslav. Amanda Edwards/Getty Images for Discovery Insiders are speculating about the future of all these key execs at Discovery-WarnerMedia Talk is turning to the question of who will help run the planned Discovery-WarnerMedia venture , Claire Atkinson and Ashley Rodriguez report. Future head David Zaslav is expected to favor top movie and TV talent with strong Hollywood ties. Insiders are speculating about what that means for WarnerMedia execs like Ann Sarnoff and Toby Emmerich. Read the story. Liquid Death Here are the 12 fastest-growing food DTC brands, according to SimilarWeb traffic […]

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