Team Synergy | Thoughts on Merging Challenges and Finishing Projects
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 18
In this episode, we discuss the challenges around merging with a company in the early days of the pandemic, strategy for creating synergy between teams…
Insights for 2021 | Thoughts on Personalization, The Consumer and Brands
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 17
We speak with Nicole Kane, Molson Coors about key insights for 2021, personalization, and being agile in respect to the consumer and brands. 
Adaptability | Thoughts on AdTech Stigma, CPMs and Unwanted Advertisers
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 15
We speak with Chief Strategy Officer at UPROXX, Paul Josephsen about being a Warner Music Group company, catering to your audiences, and adaptability. 
Thoughts on Slack Apps, Viewability Optimizations, and Third Party Cookies
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 14
We speak with SVP, Head of Media at L’Oréal, Shenan Reed about being a board member for Miss America and Pinterest and her thoughts on work-life balance.
Thoughts on Ad Networks, Troubleshooting and Mentorship
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 13
Jeff and Andy speak with Undertone’s SVP, National Sales & Content Solutions, Robert DeSalvo about all things sales, coaching and mentoring.
Thoughts on the Ad Tech Industry's History and Future
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 12
Jeff and Andy speak with Ad Lightning’s Co-Founder & CRO, Kate Reinmiller about all things fraud, brand safety, and being a part of a startup. 
Native Advertising, Owning Ad Agencies and Ad Block Options
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 11
Meet TripleLift’s VP of Publisher Client Services, Lara Phippen. She discusses native advertising and her transition to her current role during COVID.
Marketing in the Age of COVID | Thoughts on ComScore, the Risks of Traffic Buying and Browsing Choice
Blood, Sweat & CPMs Podcast: Episode 10
Our hosts speak with Amobee’s SVP of Marketing, Krista Thomas about her work with AdTechCares and how marketing has shifted in the age of COVID. 
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