Red Sky Interactive, one of the sponsors of Procter & Gamble’s Future of Advertising Stakeholders Summit on Aug. 20-21, said it developed a Java-based tuner that will let users monitor the event in real time.
This network-enabled stand-alone Java application sits on your desktop, bringing you up-to-the-minute news about the summit conference, the firm stated.
The application, called Ad-Vantage Tuner, is part of Red Sky’s Flying Object product line. It can be downloaded here. Flying Objects are compact, custom-branded, network utilities that are designed to co-exist on the desktop with other applications, the company said.
The application also allows advertisers track who is using the tuner, how many copies are being downloaded, how long users are spending with the application, and other information.
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