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Is The Rubicon Project, Fox Audience Network Deal Being Announced Monday?

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Rubicon Project And FANIs Rubicon Project on the verge of announcing the acquisition of Fox Audience Network assets as previously reported here on AdExchanger.com?

It looks like it all may – MAY – go down on Monday if one infers from this email sent to Fox Audience Network MyAds advertisers this evening.

Dear Advertiser,

We’re reaching out in order to inform you that MyAds will be going through some extensive maintenance this coming Friday, 10/29, through the close of Sunday, 10/31.

You will still be able to access your account, and perform all of the necessary functions (start and stop campaigns, update bid, etc.), but the following will be down during the period:

-Customer Service Support
-Editorial Review

During this time, feel free to submit any questions and concerns you have. However, the MyAds support team will not be able to review these until Monday morning, 11/1.

In addition, our editorial team will not be reviewing ads during this time. You will notice that the review time needed to approve or reject an ad will increase. This team will resume all review activities on Monday morning, 11/1.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and, as always, thank you for your business.

Thank you,
The MyAds Team

Just in time for ad:tech week in NYC!

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