Posts Under: Northstar Travel

Northstar Travel Group Launches Studio 90

SECAUCUS, NJ (November 20, 2018) - Northstar Travel Group ("Northstar") announced the launch of Northstar Studio 90, a digital strategy team and content marketing team focused on delivering outstanding business performance for their clients' marketing investments.   As the market leader, Northstar delivers unrivaled reach and scale across the travel and meetings industries allowing Northstar Studio 90 to tap directly into the company's proprietary audience data and content expertise to fuel successful integrated marketing strategies on behalf of their clients. Matt Yorke, Chief Digital Officer is the driving force behind Northstar's ongoing strategic digital transformation. As well as reorganizing the existing teams and processes to deliver on this vision, Northstar recently recruited as the head of the marketing services initiative Jeremy Rueb, Vice President, Northstar Studio 90. Jeremy previously spent 11 years at IDG Communications where he built the company's first gl ...


Six Case Studies on How Information Companies Are Dealing with GDPR

The EU’s sweeping General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25 but now that it’s here, many companies are finding themselves scrambling even harder than before to make sure they’re in compliance. At a recent joint meeting of Connectiv’s Digital Media and Audience Marketing Councils, six different information companies (including Strategic Insight, Watt Global Media, EnsembleIQ, Brief Media, Northcoast Media and Northstar Travel Group) shared how they got their houses in order—and how they continue to make refinements to their audience data strategies as the realities of GDPR become clearer.


New Proposed IAB Standards a Good Thing, But Do B2B Buyers and Sellers Care?

The proposed IAB standards are open for public comment until Nov. 28. In that spirit, we asked some digital media executives within the Connectiv community for their thoughts on the new proposals. The collective response seems to be that the new guidelines are welcome and not difficult for publishers to accommodate on the technical side. However, getting both B2B ad sellers and B2B ad buyers to actually embrace these new types of ad formats is a far bigger challenge.