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Vdopia Strikes Deal With IAS Media- Digital; Enters Middle East Market

Vdopia, a mobile and video advertising network has inked a deal with IAS-Media Digital, a media marketing group that operates in the Middle East, that will allows IAS- Media to Vdopia's video ads - pre-app, in-app and mobile web video ads - on smartphones and online video products across the Middle East region. IAS Media- Digital provides integrated advertising services across platforms like print, television and online. The company's clients include Vogue, Times of India Group, Vanity Fair, Sony Entertainment Television, Manorama News, ARY Digital and others. They also provide in-flight magazines and entertainment services such Silver Kris on Singapore Airlines to JetWings on Jet Airways. It has recently tied up with Chronicle.com, a source of news, information and jobs for college & university faculty members and administrators in US market. Earlier this month, Vdopia had announced its collaboration with Horn Group and Interactive Advertising Bureau's mobile arm for service expansion. The company, which is backed by Nexus Venture Partners had announced a 200% growth in revenues and claims to clock a profit of  $500,000  every quarter. The company is set to launch its new product- .Vdo across the Asia Pacific region and intends to expand its operations in Singapore. Related: - Video Ad Network VDOPIA Claims It’s Turned Profitable; Call For Funding? - VDOPIA Raises $4M From Nexus Venture Partners; Indian Video Ad Trends

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