- CEO  ——————————————————————————– Well, I think also video has shown I think a consistent pattern towards more managed service than display. I think display is rapidly going self-service, and just like display has gone a lot of direct-to-client, and then video agencies really control the spend, and that spend — there’s much more of an opportunity to drive both managed service and self-service. Remember, a lot of the managed service are dollars that aren’t necessarily coming from digital. There are also now agencies who are looking at their television spend and wrapping some of that into digital as well, so the managed service is compelling because it offers the sort of environment they’ve had in the past with respect to having things run for them rather than doing it all themselves, but delivering a lot more visibility, transparency, accountability in terms of the actual efficacy of the spend. And so we don’t see any scenario — and again, I think it’s reflected in our numbers and our guidance — where high-function buying and selling start to peter out like you see in display. We think, for at least planning-wise when you guys put together your model, it’s going to be part of our business. ——————————————————————————– Jason Helfstein, Oppenheimer & Company – Analyst  ——————————————————————————– Murali Sankar, Boenning & Scattergood, Inc. – Analyst  ——————————————————————————– Since you’ve kind of backed away of free cash flow and EBITDA profitability for the full year, how does it influence how you think about the use of your cash, in particular for buybacks? And the second question I had was related to international. click this siteHow do you see international ramping, and what are your expectations for the longer term in terms of the markets that you’re already in and in terms of the percentage of the total.
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