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Verizon Returns Its Ads To YouTube After A Five-Month Freeze

One of the last remaining holdouts from this year's YouTube advertising boycott has resumed its partnership with the world's top video site. Verizon, which was one of several brands to pull its ads from YouTube after learning that those spots could be running next to hate speech and terrorist videos, has decided to resume its pre-roll campaigns on the platform. Verizon's boycott began back in March, when it and AT&T pulled content from YouTube, citing brand safety concerns.
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