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Nielsen acquires Vizu

Nielsen, the leading provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy, just announced that it is acquiring Vizu. Vizu is the first media technology company providing a platform for measuring and optimizing brand advertising campaigns in real time.

When Nielsen company decided to improve its ability to measure online ad effectiveness, Executive Vice President for Ad Effectiveness Scott McKinley says Vizu was the obvious choice, since it’s the leader in the field. The aim, McKinley says, is “bringing data out of Vizu systems and connecting up with how we measure television, so we can offer advertisers a complete picture of reach and effectiveness across television and online.” McKinley says the Vizu team will be joining Nielsen, and that it will continue working out of its San Francisco offices.

Vizu raised more than $10 million in funding from different investors including Ron Conway, Esther Dyson, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, iNovia Capital, and Greycroft Partners. The financial terms of the present deal were not disclosed yet.

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