HuffPost advertiser contact information
On November 23, a leading ad exchange, AppNexus, announced that it would no longer allow Breitbart.com — one of HuffPost’s chief rivals — to sell ad space via its platform:
“after determining that the site had broken its code on hate speech and incitement to violence”
This is relevant because AppNexus recently established a ten-year partnership with HuffPost’s corporate parent, AOL.
The question now is, will AppNexus also enforce its code against HuffPost, and no longer allow it to sell ads via its exchange, given the documentation on this page?
You can contact AppNexus at:
Brian O’Kelley, Chief Executive Officer
28 W. 23rd Street
New York, NY 10010
Or, Joshua Zeitz, AppNexus spokesman, who told the BBC:
“We think that all ad tech companies should have rules governing hate speech,” said Mr Zeitz. “We’re not in a position to tell them how to make their decisions. But [the rules] should be consistently enforced.”
Their “Contact Us” page
Read AppNexus’s “Diversity and Inclusion Statement” here.