The rise of the web, and specifically the mobile web, are forcing companies to change the way they think about advertising. Traditional banner advertising is becoming less and less useful — but what will replace it? We look at how some innovators are approaching this challenge and the potential of native advertising.
Charlie Warzel - Staff Writer, Adweek Magazine
Lewis D’Vorkin - Chief Product Officer, Forbes Media
Kyle Monson - Partner and Chief Creative, Knock Twice
Jon Steinberg - President and COO, BuzzFeed
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