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Our annual INTERACT Summit draws from the most creative, ingenious and forward-thinking marketers, influencers, C-suite innovators, researchers and advertising sales leaders from around the globe. In May, the Shareablee community got the inside word on what's working for high-performing brands, how to stay current on best practices and road-tested the newest analytics and tech. If you missed it in 2019, mark your diary for May 2020 and visit our YouTube page for video highlights.

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Jonathan Steuer

Chief Research Officer, Omnicom Media Group

Jonathan has been actively involved in emerging media for over twenty-five years and has been an innovator in media research and audience-based media planning for nearly two decades.

Jonathan manages OMG’s Research, Advanced Media and Investment Operations & Analytics teams. OMG Research consolidates all of OMG’s media and consumer research capabilities including primary and secondary research, research and data procurement, investment research and analytics, partnership research and consumer insights. OMG Advanced Media manages development and deployment of advanced TV solutions and other data-driven cross-platform audience-based media planning, buying and reporting solutions for use across OMG’s media agencies, OMD, PHD Media, and Hearts & Science. OMG Investment Operations & Analytics develops and manages marketplace demand and forecasting and media inventory tools to support OMG’s integrated investment team.

Prior to joining Omnicom Media Group, Jonathan served as Chief Research Officer at TiVo; before that, he managed the design and deployment of the pioneering cross-media (TV+ online+ mobile) research effort for AT&T AdWorks (now part of AT&T’s Xandr).

Jonathan holds a Ph.D. in Communication Theory and Research from Stanford University (1995) and an A.B. in Philosophy from Harvard College (1988). He originally hails from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and lives in the East Village, New York City with his wife Marjorie Ingall, two teenage daughters and two female cats.