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Redbrick conceives, acquires, builds, and supports the evolution of strong ideas—creating companies that consumers want to engage with and truly enjoy. Today, we’d like to recognize one of those companies, Assembly.
As one of North America’s fastest-growing digital publishers, Assembly is turning the publishing industry on its head. Leveraging cutting edge technology and premium content, we’re engaging audiences, scaling content and driving results.
We’re thrilled to announce that Assembly has been nominated as a Digiday Publishing Awards finalist in the category of ‘Best Use of Audience Data.’
“To sit alongside ‘industry heavyweights’ such as Bonnier Publications, and Al Jazeera, is a huge nod to our team, and a true testament to the success we’ve been able to achieve thus far. To be hand-selected by a panel of industry leaders is no small feat.” – Marco Pimentel, General Manager, and co-founder, Assembly.
As one of the most prestigious awards in the industry, the Digiday Publishing Awards recognizes publishers, brands, and tech providers alike for their triumphs in media. Over the years, industry starlets including Buzzfeed, CNN, NBC News, to name a few, have graced the stages of the Digiday Publishing Awards.
The shortlist of nominees for this year’s awards reflect an industry in the midst of transition. With changing consumer preferences and an ad ecosystem dominated by Facebook and Google, these companies are finding new ways to create value and tap into untouched revenue streams. We’re honored to be recognized as one of the trailblazers in today’s publishing world.
At just four years old, we’re incredibly proud of the success the Assembly team has achieved so far. With a combined audience of 25M+ monthly visitors and 100M+ monthly page views across our four brands, we’re shaping the future of digital publishing with our technology-driven approach.
Visit the Assembly website to learn more about how we’re innovating in the digital publishing industry.