More NewseBaum’s World, Gorilla Nation to Offer Video Overlays

eBaum's World, Gorilla Nation to Offer Video Overlays

Alliances to support in-video advertising, and especially video overlays, are coming fast and furious

Alliances to support in-video advertising, and especially video overlays, are coming fast and furious. This week we learn that eBaum’s World, the flagship site for ZVUE Corporation, will work with ScanScout to identify brand-safe video inventory and deliver contextual overlays to it. And ad rep firm Gorilla Nation has partnered with video ad delivery specialist Panache to offer its publishers the ability to run numerous formats, including overlays. Truly no one can claim rights to the overlay format any longer, if they ever could. VideoEgg has claimed to be the first, and if they’re right hen good on ’em, though I suspect the cable nets might have something to say about that.

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