StreamOn Partners with Adswizz Ad Server for Specialized Ad Serving


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Edmonton, AB - Apr 5, 2010 - StreamOn and Adswizz have partnered to provide ad sales opportunities for StreamOn users. StreamOn uses Flash with Java so online listeners can connect to a stream automatically. The listener doesn't have to choose a media player.

Adswizz enables audio combined with visual synchronized advertising. Adswizz platform also supports video advertising format and is IAB VAST compliant. Ad sales Network can run advertising campaigns using parameters such as capping, IP, geo, contextual and device targeting, and it can deliver comprehensive measured results in real time.

StreamOn is a stand-alone division of the OK Radio Group. StreamOn provides a streaming appliance to webcasters. Adswizz was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, with representation in France, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece and Africa.




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