Posted April 13, 2007 9:59 am by with 2 comments

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Robert Scoble has a video interview with Drew Lanham, Senior Vice President for Nexidia, a company that can match contextual ads, such as AdWords, with keywords from audio files of podcasts or videos.

How’d they do it? They match the phonetics of the audio to a database and display ads that match the phonetics.

Watch the video to see how it works.

I’m guessing this matches up perfectly with Google’s recently expressed thoughts on acquisition targets. 😉

  • Sounds like a great idea, though you teased me with the “naked videos” title.

  • Jason – I knew it would get me at least one curious reader. 😉