Mediaocean

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company

Mediaocean develops and provides advertising software and computing services. Its customers include advertising agencies, media owners, advertisers, broadcast sales organizations (e.g., rep firms such as Katz Media Group) and television networks (e.g., ABC, Telemundo and Univision). Agencies using Mediaocean include creative and media specialists, and independent agencies as well as members of the six major agency groups (Aegis, Havas, Interpublic, Omnicom, Publicis and WPP), serving clients like Honda, Mars, Coca-Cola, AT&T, BMW and Unilever.

The company has described its 'single, neutral and universal operating system' for the advertising industry, Mediaocean OS, as encompassing 'common standards, open platforms and universal APIs, 'to enable any agency, media seller or third party to seamlessly integrate with each other' .[1]

Mediaocean's headquarters is in New York City, United States. Mediaocean also has offices in Canada, the UK, Germany, France, India and Ireland.

History

Mediaocean was founded in 2012 through the merger of advertising technology companies Donovan Data Systems (DDS) and MediaBank,[2] which was originally announced the year before .[3]

Mediaocean LLC was formed as a New York Limited Liability Corporation in March 2012.[4]

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