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For example, Disrupt will feature more branded content sessions and presentations than in years past, and sponsors will be able to more easily track who attends those presentations, giving them a chance to gather leads.
Instead of seeking out a small number of exclusive launch sponsors that would pay tens of millions of dollars, WarnerMedia is looking for a broad array of advertisers to run ads across HBO Max.
Financial institutions like Citibank and DBS Bank and insurance providers like State Farm and American Family Insurance have been sponsors for this series.
Broadcast sponsor, Procter & Gamble, is co-producing and co-financing the show’s production, said Orefice.
The proposal’s sponsors say beefed-up training, daily check-ins and weekly visits would lead to greater patient safety.
On Monday, The Dodo introduced its DodoWell brand with Petco as its sponsor and NowThis launched NowThis Kids with Cheerios as its underwriter.
Condé Nast has 200 virtual events planned through the end of the year and the company is taking a big swing at loading up those efforts with sponsors via its first-ever Virtual Events Upfront.
Axios managed to preserve the sponsors it had secured for the events, which include Bank of America, Lyft and Microsoft.
A company spokesperson declined to comment on whether those sponsors were paying Axios the same amount of money now that the events are virtual.
By having this first-party data, the club can work sponsors more directly to show reach and ROI, he added.


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