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Is Google ready for the TV business of tomorrow? As TV and digital advertising collide, digital companies face real challenges in the convergence ahead. 

If advertisers are to regain the trust of consumers, the government must enact new internet privacy regulations that meet and exceed the repealed Internet Privacy rules. 

TV’s digital moment has arrived. Within the very week in which Netflix and Amazon scored Oscar wins, YouTube announced YouTube TV—its planned subscription service bringing major network content to YouTube viewers. The volume of IP delivered TV continues to grow, and the demand for more precise TV measurement grows.

In an op-ed on Linkedin, Mediaocean's CEO Bill Wise discusses how a robust TV ad market along with endless digital opportunity means TV is the real winner this upcoming Oscars week. 

In an op-ed on Linkedin, Mediaocean's CEO Bill Wise explains that despite popular opinion, TV is far from dead and the Super Bowl is living proof. 

In an op-ed on Linkedin, Mediaocean's CEO Bill Wise discusses the value of flexibility and having expertise in multiple fields as we move towards a future of the middle path: innovations that transform traditional products via new technology. 

In an op-ed for the Huffington Post, Mediaocean's CEO Bill Wise discusses how "Firebrands" like Trump may have a definitive advantage in the current and future digital landscape.

Mediaocean's Chief Revenue Officer, Ramsey McGrory, discusses convergence, interoperability, the evolution of media, and a changing ecosystem in the worlds of TV and video in a Q&A with Exchange Wire. 

Mediaocean clarifies article and reaffirms data policy. 

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