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From a publisher perspective, we’re in the same shape as every other company in one regard.
In particular, they take issue with the phrase that would remove liability protections for a publisher that “has accepted payment to make the speech available.”
The second is the publisher team who commission and pay content creators to work on content that won’t have any paid support behind it.
The Times’ sales team goes out and sells ad space in The Morning, and the publisher uses LiveIntent’s technology to place the ad in the newsletter, according to Cooper.
Third-party developers can submit their games and choose Homa Games as their publisher.
Looking ahead, publishers will explore whether these formats retain the same effectiveness when used to cover things that are important to smaller audiences, or whose stakes are maybe not as life-or-death.
The digital players don’t think of themselves as publishers, they don’t have the same standards.
Top newspaper publishers including The Financial Times, The New York Times and The Washington Post are on board.
Based on what Oshinsky has seen with the publishers he works with, a “best-in-class” unique open rate is 30% or above.
The two publishing executives speculated that one path Taboola may take is to use its existing relationships with media companies to build a data product that may result in publishers becoming even more reliant on the platform for ad revenue.

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