Posts by Daisy Whitney
Daisy Whitney
Daisy Whitney is an author and a reporter covering new media, advertising and video. She writes for Beet.TV and MediaPost currently, and her pieces have appeared in numerous industry publications over the years. She likes dogs.

Mobile Ad Spend Poised to Catch-up, Medialets’ CEO Glassberg

While mobile usage of all kinds has grown in leaps and bounds, mobile ad spend hadn’t yet caught up, but that’s due to change, says Richy Glassberg, CEO at WWP-owned ad serving firm Medialets, in this interview with Beet.TV.  Expect a huge upswing in ad dollars in the next few years to…

Marketers Need to Build Brand Affinity for Years, Videology’s Ferber says

LAS VEGAS –Marketers need to ensure that they are reaching consumers not only at the moment of purchase, but years before when they are beginning to develop affinity for products, says Scott Ferber, Chairman and CEO of Videology, in this taped interview from CES. For example, if a car buyer first…

Hulu Grabs Spolight with Ad-Supported Web Originals

Hulu nabbed its first Golden Globe nomination this month, in yet another sign of both growth and burgeoning acceptance of the online service as a programmer. “We have been taking some big swings at original content,” says Peter Naylor, Senior VP Ad Sales at Hulu, in this interview with Beet.TV. Hulu…

How to Allocate Inventory, Synch up Data, Videology’s Gaskamp explains

FORT LAUDERDALE — As clients move deeper into data-driven marketing, the key is to look across the portfolio to understand which inventory is most valuable for using data in new ways, says Brent Gaskamp, business development SVP at Videology in an interview with Beet.TV. “We try to help our partners understand their…

A+E Taps Nielsen and comScore for Cross-Platform Measurement

FORT LAUDERDALE — A&E is focused on providing deeper digital measurement in 2016 via partnerships with both Nielsen and Comscore, says Lee Boykoff, VP Digital Analytics and CRM at A&E Networks in an interview with Beet.TV. As digital viewership grows on mobile and TV everywhere platforms, it becomes even more vital…

MultiChannel Providers Zero in on Partnerships, Ad Opportunities

FORT LAUDERDALE — As multichannel video providers adjust to the daily shifts in the TV, consumption and advertising businesses, many are diving deeper into advertising opportunities. At the recent Beet.TV executive retreat, operators shared their vision on how partnerships look in the years ahead especially as they dovetail with the…

Programmatic Experts Keen for Integrating TV and Digital Data

FORT LAUDERDALE — Marketers and agencies are trying to figure out how to manage the growth of addressable TV, especially as programmatic buying continues to overlap with the TV market. That was a key topic of discuss at the Beet.TV retreat in Fort Lauderdale on the programmatic opportunities in TV. For…

Nielsen Girds for Total Audience Measurement in 2016

FORT LAUDERDALE — One of Nielsen’s biggest goals for 2016 will be to introduce its multiplatform measurement tool tracking “total content ratings” into the marketplace, says David Hohman, Nielsen’s agency solutions EVP in an interview with Beet.TV. These sorts of advances can enable more “one-to-one marketing,” he says. The tool is designed for…

Bank of America’s Paskalis Bullish on VOD, Dynamic Ad Insertion

FORT LAUDERDALE — Bank of America is working with Starcom and NBC on dynamic ad insertion in live streaming sports programming as part of its ongoing efforts to dig deeper into customized advertising strategies, says Lou Paskalis, Senior VP Enterprise Media at Bank of America in this interview with Beet.TV. “That allows us…

Weather Company Charges Into Mobile Video, Buoyed by Data

CANNES — One of the biggest benefits of data is that it can personalize the media business, especially through video, says David Kenny, Chairman and CEO at the Weather Company, in this interview with Beet.TV  from the Cannes Lions Festival. “Weather is this place that is very personal, very local, uses enormous amounts of…