BBC Global News chooses Taboola for its content recommendations provider
BBC.com has more than 145 million monthly readers and will use Taboola Feed outside the UK
"We are very pleased to be the exclusive content recommendations provider for BBC Global News,” said Adam Singolda, Founder and CEO, Taboola. “To take on this role, we needed to earn the absolute trust of the BBC that we can meet their requirements. As a result, we have built a true partnership and we cannot wait to further innovate together. This fits perfectly with our focus on premium publications and brands, and we're confident our products will help grow revenue across the BBC's sites."
BBC News is one of the world’s most trusted international news broadcasters and reaches approximately 438 million people around the world via its TV, online, apps, and social media presence. Taboola’s technology will be available outside of the UK, which is where the publisher is commercially funded. Those living in the UK who pay for the BBC via their taxes will not be exposed to the tool at the bottom of their web pages.
"As our readership grows and changes, we constantly seek out technology companies like Taboola which can help us keep pace,” added Errol Baran, BBC Global News SVP, Business Development and Innovation, Global Advertising and StoryWorks. “Our robust standards for data and quality are paramount and we have chosen to work with Taboola because of the adaptability of their recommendation platform and their understanding of our requirements. We are very much looking forward to forming a fruitful relationship going forward."
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Taboola was founded in 2006 and has raised more than $160 million across eight rounds. Each month, it serves 450 billion recommendations to more than 1.4 billion unique visitors on publishing sites such as NBC, USA Today, The Atlantic, Fox Sports, and others. Its algorithms recommend editorial and sponsored content, helping publishers monetize their content and drive higher engagement.
BBC World News is available in 200 countries and territories worldwide and more than 450 million households and 3 million hotel rooms.