Below, the top 20 U.S. online ad providers ranked by reach. Data are provided by comScore.
|Top 20 U.S. Online Ad Providers by Reach, May 2011 (U.S., Home and Work)|
|Unique Audience (000)||Reach (%)|
|Google Ad Network*||199,648||92.3|
|Yahoo Network Plus*||184,094||85.1|
|Turn Media Platform*||176,023||81.4|
|24/7 Real Media Global Web Alliance*||167,019||77.2|
|Microsoft Media Network*||142,159||65.7|
|Fox Audience Network*||140,188||64.8|
Source: comScore 2011
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