Video and advertising
We’re at the crossroads of two trends:
- People who want original content that’s engaging and available everywhere; and
- Advertisers who want to reach audiences through premium editorial content.
That’s why, Verizon has combined its assets from Yahoo and AOL to create Oath a new subsidiary with a diverse house of more than 50 media and technology brands that engages more than a billion people around the world.
The combined set of assets across Verizon and Oath, from VR to AI, 5G to IoT, from content partnerships to originals, is creating exciting new ways to captivate audiences across the globe.
Building brands people love
The Oath portfolio includes HuffPost, Yahoo Sports, AOL.com, MAKERS, Tumblr, BUILD Studios, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Mail and more, with a mission to build brands people love.
Designing platforms to deliver personalized video experiences
In 2013, Verizon acquired two renowned technology companies to start changing the way the world experiences media. By integrating EdgeCast’s Content Delivery Network (CDN) with upLynk’s patent-pending video encoding technology, we created an exclusive next-generation platform built on top of one of the world’s largest existing networks.
Go90 is a free, social entertainment platform that makes it easy to discover, view and share content from the most beloved networks, distributors and brands in digital entertainment across every screen.
We're building the industry's most advanced and open advertising technology solutions, with brands such as ONE by AOL and BrightRoll that span across mobile, video, search, native and programmatic ads.
Complex is a joint venture between Hearst and Verizon that offers a portfolio of multi-platform, video-first media brands with unparalleled reach among Gen Z and millennial audiences.
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Video & advertising careers
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