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Oath launches RYOT Studio in Singapore

Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, has unified and expanded its content marketing initiatives under RYOT Studio. With a presence in 14 countries across five continents, RYOT Studio is a next-generation creative studio offering an end-to-end content marketing solution that brings brands’ stories to life. Capabilities formerly available through Partner Studio by AOL and Yahoo Storytellers are now fully integrated into RYOT Studio.

“With continued growth in mobile, content marketing will be the key to successfully building the brands of the future. RYOT Studio is at the forefront of this disruption, helping top agencies and brands build deeper relationships with consumers with brilliant content marketing,” said John DeVine, Chief Revenue Officer, Oath.

“At RYOT’s core is impactful storytelling that highlights the beauty of humanity and inspires viewers to take action. We look forward to pairing our international network of creative expertise and curated talent along with Oath’s massive global scale, investment in innovative technologies and digital, mobile-first approach to expand our efforts around the world,” said Bryn Mooser (pictured), co-founder, RYOT.

The division works with brands and agencies to create successful content marketing campaigns, including for brands like American Family Insurance, Jack Daniel’s, Sleep Number and Sun Life Financial.

“RYOT Studio has shared our commitment to innovation, and we have found a partner to help us share the benefits of quality sleep, in cutting edge ways. From our inspirational video series to developing compelling custom content pieces, the RYOT Studio team’s content marketing expertise and execution has enabled us to reach, connect and genuinely engage with our key target audiences,” said Sleep Number VP of Media, Lisa Bailey.

RYOT Studio has a presence in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, the UK and the U.S. It is a division of RYOT, part of Oath’s house of media and technology brands.

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