Ad Networks Roundup: GoFish; Burst Media; Glam Media

‘Tis the year of ad networks:
GoFish: The SF-based online video service is now expanding into online ad network, and is launching one aimed at kids and teens. The OTC traded GoFish (OTCBB: GOFH) will distribute broadband content across its network, generating additional branded inventory to support all forms of online advertising including rich media and video, reports MediaPost. Sites in the network include Miniclip.com, Cartoon Doll Emporium, Cookie Jar Entertainment, GameGecko.com, Hallpass.com, Piczo, Rocketon, Whyville, Arcade Town and Flowgo, and GoFish.com.

Burst Media: Burst Media, the online ad network, has launched an “Early Adopters Network”, for advertisers who seek to reach consumer tech early adopters. It says it has reach on more than 200 such sites. Recently the company launched the CDKitchen Cooking Network and the Burst Moms Network. More here.

Glam Media: Glam has inked a partnership with Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. to become the exclusive ad seller for Premiere.com, the online-only descendent of Premiere magazine, which folded last March. Premiere will also syndicate its Hollywood/movie-centric brand of content on Glam

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