Outstream video ad company Teads announces Todd Tran as new SVP of programmatic and mobile

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Outstream video advertising and monetization platform Teads has announced Tood Tran will join the company as global SVP of programmatic and mobile. He has worked in the mobile and digital advertising industry for 14 years, most recently for Millennial Media as MD of International, and prior to that for Apple as EMEA GM for iAd.

Tran will be based in the London office, and will be in charge of the supply-side platform, exchange, and mobile video advertising inventory.

Commenting on his new role, Todd Tran said:

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“Programmatic is an important part of the future of video advertising, but brands need reassurance their ads will be seen and are placed in a safe environment. I’m looking forward to leading the charge at Teads during this exciting time for the industry.”

Teads wants to capitalize on the growing interest in video advertising campaigns, quoting an eMarketer report which states spend on programmatic video in the U.S. will triple from $700m by the end of this year alone. The company invented the first outstream video format, InRead Mobile, which puts video ads in content, whether it’s on mobile, in an app, or on the desktop.

Teads InRead Mobile puts video ads inside editorial content

Christophe Parcot, Teads COO, said:

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“Mobile is rapidly catching up with TV in terms of consumer media consumption. Todd’s appointment highlights Teads commitment to giving our clients the best mobile and programmatic video advertising experience. With Todd’s expertise and experience, we will continue to drive innovation in the video advertising industry.”

Teads operates from 26 offices around the world and employs more than 400 people. It counts Samsung, Microsoft, Reuters, and Volkswagen among its clients.