The Jun Group Promise: Always 100% visible, 100% opt-in, and 100%
brand-safe or we’ll refund the entire price of the campaign

Mitchell Reichgut Chief Executive Officer Prior to founding Jun Group, Mitchell headed up Bates Interactive, the online unit of Bates Worldwide Advertising, now owned by WPP. As General Manager/Creative Director, Mitchell helped grow Bates Interactive into a 70-person integrated unit, with clients such as EDS, Moet & Chandon, and Warner-Lambert.

Before joining Bates, Mitchell served as Creative Director at Think New Ideas, a leading Web development company with offices in New York and Los Angeles. There, Mitchell supervised development of major online advertising and e-commerce initiatives for Budweiser, Rockport, Reebok, Sony, Continental Airlines, and many others.

Mitchell began his career as an Art Director at Grey Advertising where he created print and television advertisements for clients such as Procter & Gamble, Parker Brothers, and Stride Rite. Mitchell wrote and directed The Scene, a 20-episode online drama that was viewed over 8 million times in 90 countries. He has published two national comic book series, and he wrote and produced an online drama for Comcast entitled Stream, starring Whoopi Goldberg.
Bill Common Principal Bill brings over 20 years of marketing, advertising, entertainment, and technology experience to Jun Group.

Before joining the company, Bill served as Senior Vice President at 141 Worldwide, Vice President, National Sales Manager at PLURAL, Vice President at Marketing Corporation of America, and Director of Business Development at E-Centives, Inc.

Bill’s client experience includes Allied Domecq, Coca-Cola, IBM, Philip Morris, Fuji Photo, Colgate, Volvo, Unilever, Perrier, Moet & Chandon, Woodstock ’94, Basia, Indianapolis 500, and NASCAR.
Corey Weiner Chief Operating Officer Corey serves as Chief Operating Officer of Jun Group, overseeing the company’s internal systems and ensuring that it is consistently innovating and evolving.

At the age of 17, Corey was a consultant for Sony and for the Federal Government. Corey helped found Jun Group while he was in high school, and he worked for the company throughout college, frequently missing tests or classes to attend meetings around the country. By the time Corey was 23, he had designed the mobile and social video systems that form the core of Jun Group’s offering. He earned his MBA with honors from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Corey also serves as the CEO of HyprMX, a multi-screen ad monetization platform.
David Wood Chief Technology Officer David’s technical management experience spans entertainment, media, and finance. Prior to joining Jun Group, David brought technology leadership and hands-on strategic and architectural direction to Gucci, TheStreet.com, and, most recently, Scripps Networks (Food Network, HGTV, DIY, Fine Living, and Great American Country).

At Jun Group, David and his team built the most advanced, flexible, and powerful social video network ever developed. As Chief Technology Officer, David is responsible for creating and maintaining the technology that delivers millions of opt-in video views across multiple devices, operating systems, and providers.
Jun Group gets millions of people to see your content. We deliver 100% brand-safe video views and traffic to any Web page, promotion, social media, or mobile site. All activity comes from premium native placements that reach over 100 million monthly active users.

Jun means truth. Our founding principle is clarity and honesty and we back this with the Jun Group Promise: always 100% visible, 100% opt-in, and 100% brand-safe or we’ll refund the entire price of the campaign.

Our clients include Fortune 500 brands, media agencies and major entertainment companies. Founded in 2005, Jun Group is headquartered in New York and has offices in Chicago and Los Angeles.


Jun Group clients include Fortune 500 brands, media
agencies and major entertainment companies.


Jun Group delivers true engagement, driving video views and traffic for brands. Our traffic and video solutions can be combined to provide a holistic solution tailored to the specifics of any campaign.

All Jun Group products are 100% visible, 100% opt-in, and 100% brand-safe or we’ll refund the entire price of the campaign.

Jun Group’s native video placements allow you to reach your target audiences on premium consumer destinations, such as: Rolling Stone, People and Us Weekly. Placements are highly-visible and integrated into the editorial feel of each site.

As with all Jun Group products, Native Video is always 100% visible, 100% opt-in, and 100% brand-safe or we’ll refund the entire price of the campaign.

Editorial Video
High-impact native units are embedded into relevant content.

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Jun Group has relationships with the biggest digital publishers to deliver
your branded content to millions of targeted and qualified viewers.
The publishers in our portfolio represent some of the most visible, recognizable and highly trafficked editorial and mobile destinations.


Press Releases

Brands "Liking" Owned Digital Destinations Over Social Media July 22, 2014 Jun Group data released today show that brand advertisers have shifted their digital goals away from Facebook and YouTube to promote their owned online destinations.
Jun Group Expands Its New York Presence July 7, 2014 Jun Group today announced the hire of six new employees: Russ Stewart, Andrew Weiss, Landan Rich, Alex Wakefield Wessner, Leslie Bargmann, and Jeremy Carpenter are joining the sales and operations teams.
Jun Group Partners with LiveRail to Deliver New Cause-Based Ad Platform June 11, 2014 For the first time, social charities and causes have a self-sustaining, dedicated home on the web for their video content. Jun Group has brought on LiveRail as its first monetization partner to launch SightSoundEmotion (SSE), a one-of-a-kind platform uniting cause-based content from the Ad Council and brand-safe advertising.

News Stories

Mobile Vs. Desktop: See Which Medium Wins in 5 Key Comparisons – Adweek October 2, 2014 Mobile's come a long way in recent years as an advertising and marketing category
Facebook to launch new ad tools as brands look elsewhere – CNBC September 23, 2014 Facebook plans to unveil new tools to help marketers better target ads and measure their impact at Advertising Week next Monday in New York, according to sources.
Brand Publishers Are Ditching Facebook in Favor of Microsites – Adweek September 22, 2014 As a result, marketers are now using social efforts to lure people to their own sites. Jun Group reported that clicks that led people to brand-owned-and-operated sites doubled between 2012 and 2013 from 28 percent to 57 percent–while the segment of clicks that ended at Facebook dwindled from 31 percent to 10 percent.


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