Advertising

Video Ads Perform Better On Mobile: Jun Group CEO

The booming video advertising segment stands an even better chance of ringing up success on mobile devices than it has on desktop so far. That’s according to one video ad platform boss. “Seventy percent of the video views we did were on mobile devices,” says Jun Group CEO Mitchell Reichgutt. “The…

Simulmedia’s Morgan: TV Finally Embracing Ad Tech

Tacoda and Simulmedia founder Dave Morgan is just back from a fun week chewing over the TV ad tech revolution at Cannes Lions with Beet.TV He is interviewed on stage by digital media investment banker Terence Kwaja. In this AdAge article, Morgan concludes channel fragmentation, a desire for accountability and digital envy are…

Mobile Ads Must Be More Interactive: MediaCom’s Phillips

CANNES, France — Ads on a mobile phone have to pull off the twin feats of being both smaller and more engaging than their desktop forebears. MediaCom’s global media head Ben Phillips tells Beet.TV mobile ad formats have moved on significantly over the last decade: “We’re seeing a lot more…

Mindshare’s Johnston: Real-Time Marketing Beast Must Be Fed

CANNES, France — Real-time marketing campaigns like those now being executed during the World Cup are now a mature opportunity; next, they must become a regular fixture, says one agency unit online boss. “There’s been a year or two of euphoria over it – Super Bowl, Oreos, these things,” Mindshare…

This Is The Year Of Real-Time Data: Mindshare’s Bitterman

CANNES, France — Forgive him if you think “the year of real-time marketing” was 2013, when Oreo dunked in the dark - but Mindshare’s north America strategy chief thinks 2014 is the real deal. “Real-time has been about owned and earned,” Jordan Bitterman tells Beet.TV. “Tent-pole events like the Superbowl –…

Digiday’s Morrissey: Native Is Growing Up, But Mustn’t Fool

CANNES, France — The blurring of editorial and advertising remains a hot topic. Now that implementations are commonplace, the opportunity needs to scale up to become easily repeatable, just like conventional ad formats. “Native is growing up,” says industry news site Digiday‘s editor-in-chief Brian Morrissey. “Custom things don’t scale. Advertising…

TV Networks Well Placed Despite Multi-Platform Boom: Nielsen’s Hasker

CANNES, France — How will the relationship between media agencies, brands and TV networks evolve as underlying media and marketing platforms continue to be disrupted? The incumbent TV industry remains in a strong position, a Beet.TV panel heard. “There’s been a sea-change in the attitudes but, more importantly, the confidence…

Mondelēz’s Bough Worried About Open Exchange Neutrality

CANNES, France — What are the pros and cons of scale and consolidation when it comes to programmatic advertising technology? One major marketing figure is worried about the possible effects. “The thing that concerns me the most as we go in to programmatic is the neutrality of exchanges,” Mondelēz International’s VP of global…

Half of Digital Video Ad Spend in 2018 Will be Mobile, eMarketer’s Hallerman

When advertising spend for digital video doubles to $12 billion by 2018 in the U.S., half of that will be around mobile platforms, says David Hallerman, Principal Analyst at eMarketer, in this interview with Beet.TV.  By mobile, he means both wi-fi-connected devices and phone devices connect via cellular. We spoke…

Mobile Ads Are 20x Harder Than Desktop: Medialets’ Glassberg

CANNES, France — The move from a desktop digital world to one that is mobile is forcing advertisers to work harder than ever, says a veteran digital media exec now at an Media Rating Council-approved mobile ad serving company. “Delivering in to mobile is about 20 times harder than it…