Mar 30 2022 Ryan Manchee Webinar Programmatic Brand Safety Empowering Responsible Advertising Featured: Cedar Milazzo CEO & Founder, NOBL Media Matt Rivitz Chief Purpose Officer, NOBL Media Misinformation, disinformation, alternative facts, and big lies—all are uncomfortable realities that advertisers must contend with in the Post-Information Age. With brand safety at stake, how can marketers sidestep questionable content and position their brands responsibly? Cedar Milazzo and Matt Rivitz of NOBL Media join the webinar this month to help us delve into the issue of misleading content from an advertising perspective. Tune in to learn how marketers can use tools like NOBL to ensure that their campaigns avoid misinformation and propaganda while supporting high-quality journalism. NOBL Media and Basis Technologies have partnered to provide solutions that empower advertising clients to run campaigns on highly trustworthy content. Watch Webinar ► View Slides What to Expect From Basis Technologies Webinars Basis Technologies' monthly webinar series features a variety of guests, and covers emerging trends and learned best practices within the advertising technology landscape. Get to know our experts Cedar Milazzo CEO & Founder, NOBL Media Cedar Milazzo has over 25 years of executive and senior engineering management experience with cloud-based software organizations, in both established companies and start-up environments. He has extensive experience as a technical architect in enterprise application design, development and deployment, embedded software development, and distributed systems design and architecture. Matt Rivitz Chief Purpose Officer, NOBL Media Matt Rivitz joined NOBL after four years of running Sleeping Giants, a grassroots media and social media responsibility campaign that he started after discovering that advertisers around the world were inadvertently sponsoring racism, sexism, xenophobia and disinformation across the internet. As Chief Purpose Officer for NOBL, Rivitz works with advertising, publishing, and corporate communities to create a safer, more equitable Internet.