Reddit Is Pitching Brands at Cannes on Why It's Ripe for Advertisers

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Among the normal group of digital players like Facebook, Google, Twitter and Snapchat in Cannes this week is Reddit, which is pitching its still fairly nascent ad business as an anti-social network.

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