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Online Video Viewers Will Accept More Ads, Says Study

Consumers are willing to accept a number of advertising spots inside of longform content, much as they accept ads in television programming, according to a study by FreeWheel, the video advertising management software company.
For more on the report, look to this Adweek story.
This spring Beet.TV interviewed FreeWheel CEO Doug Knopper about the company's business model and growth. We republish the interview below.
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