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Google Ad Sense Adds Compatibility with Several Systems
Mountain View, CA - Apr 16, 2007 - Google Ad Sense for Audio is now supported by commercial systems from Broadcast Electronics, Enco Systems and LAN International. Ad Sense for Audio is an automated method for radio stations to make their inventory available to Google advertisers.
Ad Sense for Audio is currently available to stations using BE's Audio Vault, Vault2 and AV100, Enco's DAD automation system and LAN International's Viero management suite of tools. Ad Sense also works with Google's SS32 and Maestro. It will soon operte with RCS Nexgen.
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