DIGIDAY will livestream a new half hour rapid-fire discussion program, Lunch & Learn, today at noon EST. With DIGIDAY: TARGET conference on Thursday, the subject: what’s next for ad targeting in the age of privacy concerns. DIGIDAY editor in chief Brian Morrissey and content director Corey Kronengold will be joined by Legolas CEO Yoav Arnstein, Val Katayev, CEO of music-targeter ToneFuse, and privacy consultant Alan Chappell. Segments include how ad targeting systems will need to change in the years ahead, the Internet’s problem attracting brand dollars and what’s next in consumer privacy. Watch it on the DIGIDAY Livestream page.
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