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Origin Invites You To A 'CTV Open Day' On June 17th

There are lots of questions out there that people at every end of the CTV advertising industry don't have answers to, but wish they did. And part of the reason for this is that some of the most important questions CTV advertisers have are the kinds of questions that people either can't answer - or possibly don't want to answer.

That's about to change.

To help address the urgent need for more openness and more transparency during this time of incredible growth in CTV advertising, on Friday 17th June at 2pm EST we will host a virtual 45 minute Q&A where a panel of Origin's best and brightest will dive into topics we believe are highly relevant today but not getting the attention they need.

But far more importantly, we want to answer any questions YOU have about CTV advertising during this 'boom period' and discuss the topics that YOU bring to the table. The best part about the CTV Open Day is that you are completely free either to TUNE-IN AND LISTEN or actively PARTICIPATE IN THE DISCUSSION!

To be clear, this is not a sales event. There won't be any pitching Native CTV or any of our other (awesome) Native CTV solutions - this is about thought leadership, pure and simple.

To learn more about Origin's CTV Advertising 'Open Day' (and to register for FREE), simply click here or drop us a note and we can send you the details -

We hope to see you there!!


Origin is a creative technology company whose pioneering Native CTV advertising solutions are reshaping the way brands engage and activate consumers on the largest screen in the home.

Fusing dynamic content animation with proprietary ad serving technology, Origin's Native CTV ad formats elevate attention, recall, consideration and outcomes for brands who want to amplify their presence on Connected TV.

Origin was founded by media veterans Fred Godfrey and Stephen Strong whose careers have been shaped by their relentless commitment to enraging the status quo. Learn more at


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