AdTech 2006: Mark Kvamme Says Internet Advertising Poised to Blow Up Big – Part 1 of 3

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Mark Kvamme - PodTechSAN FRANCISCO, April 26, 2006 (PodTech News) – At the AdTech 2006 conference, keynote speaker Mark Kvamme said the growth of the Internet resembles other media in past decades. It’s surpassing the existing players like radio and television. “The companies we’re placing ads on, the most valuable ones, many of them didn’t exist ten years ago,” he noted. “We are at the very, very beginning of the digital age.”

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