Sources: Aol/Verizon Eyes Millennial Media For Around $300M In Mobile Ad Push

Sources: Aol/Verizon Eyes Millennial Media For Around $300M In Mobile Ad Push

By Ingrid Lunden,Jordan Crook AOL, recently acquired by Verizon for $4.4 billion, appears to be wasting little time in continuing to build out its advertising business. Sources tell TechCrunch that the company has been in the process of buying mobile ad network Millennial Media. AOL started “kicking the tires” on Millennial weeks ago, one source says, but things were slowed down by AOL itself getting… Read More

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