LinkedIn appoints .Fox Networks as its exclusive ad sales representative in Latin America

.Fox Networks, the international ad network operated by Fox International Channels (FIC), announced an agreement with LinkedIn, the global professional network. Under the agreement, .Fox Networks has been granted exclusive representation of LinkedIn advertising spaces in Latin America.

This strategic alliance combines .Fox Networks’ vast knowledge of the online ad market in Latin America with LinkedIn’s growth in the territory, allowing advertisers to reach their target audience more effectively.

As one of the only ad networks to offer on-line Display, on-line Video, SEM and creative execution support, .FOX Networks provides significant value to advertisers via its vast expertise in online advertising technologies and quality inventory accessible to advertisers in Latin America.

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