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Mood Media Appoints Seasoned Digital-Out-of-Home (DOOH) Media Industry Veteran, Paul Jankauskas, to Lead Mood Content Platforms

Today, Mood Media, the world’s largest on-premise and connected media solutions company dedicated to elevating the Customer Experience, announced the hiring of Paul Jankauskas as its new Senior Vice President (SVP) of Mood Content Platforms. Bringing more than 20 years of experience in the media industry, including within content development and out-of-home (OOH) sectors, Jankauskas is now responsible for growing Mood Media’s ad sales network, further building out Mood’s world-class sales organization and expanding our retail partnerships.

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Paul Jankauskas, Mood Media’s new SVP of Mood Content Platforms (Photo: Business Wire)

More specifically, he is overseeing the Mood Content Network, a media platform that enables brand partners to transform their current in-store audio and visual channels into new revenue streams by sharing paid, relevant and complementary entertainment, education and promotional content with their in-store customers.

“When we launched our Mood

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Can Digital Mortgage Platforms Reduce Discrimination in Lending?

Trevor McIntosh, 35, and Brennan Johnson, 31, secured a mortgage for their Wheat Ridge, Colo., home through Better.com in 2018. “We’re both millennials and we need to immediately go online for anything,” said Mr. Johnson, a data analyst. “It seemed more modern and progressive, especially with the tech behind it.”

Previously, the couple had negative home buying experiences. One homeowner, they said, outright refused to sell to them. A loan officer also dropped a bunch of surprise fees just before closing. The couple wasn’t sure whether prejudice — unconscious or otherwise — was to blame, but they couldn’t rule it out. “Trevor and I have experienced discrimination in a variety of forms in the past, and it becomes ingrained in your psyche when interacting with any institution,” said Mr. Johnson. “So starting with digital, it seemed like fewer obstacles, at least the ones we were afraid of, like human bias.”

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