DirecTV Taps Google to Sell Ads for 11 Networks Including Bloomberg and G4

Aug 12, 2010  •  Post A Comment

DirecTV has signed a deal with Google for the Internet company to sell ads across 11 networks airing on the satellite operator, reports Multichannel News.

The deal will allow Google TV Ads to sell inventory across all dayparts on local avails on the following 11 networks: Bloomberg, Fox Business, Centric, Fuel, G4, Current, Ovation, Fit, Sleuth, Chiller and TV Guide, the story says. There isn’t a rollout date for the ads, the article says.

DirecTV will reserve some inventory for its own marketing spots, although most of the satellite operator’s local avails on those networks are covered in the deal, the story says.

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