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Video is getting more personal — literally. Personalized video is gaining traction as marketers and others seek to narrowly target their audiences. A couple of companies that specialize in personalized video recently have been acquired, and more businesses are clamoring to capitalize on personalized video. “Personalized video represents a return to forgotten values where your bank manager knew your name and when your kids were leaving for college,” Daniel Sevitt, marketing director at personalized video company Idomoo, wrote last year. “Personalized video is a way to deliver uniquely crafted messaging on a massive scale where every video has been specifically generated for an audience of one.” Marketers will get a chance to learn more about personalized video during a session at the upcomi

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