Burst Media delivers comprehensive online advertising solutions to brand and performance advertisers. We enable advertisers to reach their consumers with a variety of display ad units, rich media, sponsorships and video solutions, as well as engage them with social media marketing features and opportunities.
Founded in October 1995, Burst is a full service provider of digital advertising solutions for independent web publishers and brand advertisers.
We’ve grown up in the digital space and clearly see how it fosters vibrant and diverse communities that are redefining the way brands must communicate, interact and engage with consumers. For Burst, nowhere is the power of communities more current than in the independent web—and the independent web is what Burst believes in. Where we succeed is bringing the independent web to brands that want to reach loyal, highly segmented audiences. No one does it better and at greater scale than Burst.
Burst is the independent web. Through our direct publisher relationships and our cutting-edge creative solutions, we bring success to publishers, advertisers and audiences alike.
Today, Burst is a wholly owned subsidiary of blinkx PLC (BLNX:L AIM), a market-leading video search and discovery engine. In addition to our digital media offerings, we also market AdConductor, an ad management solution, to ad-supported businesses such as ad networks, technology providers, portals and individual websites.
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No Offer – Interviewed in Burlington, MA Jan 2012 – Reviewed Feb 2, 2012
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