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This helps you be more focused and efficient with your budget and resources in channels like content syndication.

Pull a list of your target accounts, figure out which of them are showing intent and then generate leads only at those target accounts, with content syndication.

First, senior reporter Kayleigh Barber interviews BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti, who will be leading both companies as they remain separate but share resources on fronts including advertising and content syndication.

From Digiday

The first offering is a restaurant menu-content syndication program called Menu Connect.

It also calls for line-of-business restrictions, or limiting the markets in which a dominant firm can engage, similar to bans on television networks’ entering production and syndication markets.

From Fortune

Reaction was and has continued to be positive throughout re-airings and worldwide syndication.

The words that now appear, via syndication, in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Daily News, and 223 other papers.

The show will launch in broadcast syndication and on Comedy Central this September.

And she must do it in the brutally competitive syndication market.

After September 11, the episode was taken out of syndication in most markets.

I cannot but think that the principle of syndication is more suited to business than to generosity.

It remained obstinately a specimen—of the other side of the great syndication.

"National industrial syndication," say the business organisers.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to syndication, such as: association, league, union, alliance, amalgamation, and bunch.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.