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Marketers Can Reach ‘Meerkats’ With Mobile: Weather Channel’s Dan Young

LONDON — Mobile video heralds a chance for advertisers to reach consumers who may appear to be distracted or in the outdoors – but who are actually highly engaged and watching TV, according to Weather Channel international yield and programmatic Daniel Young. “It’s personal,” Young tells Beet.TV in this video interview….

Ooyala Buying Videoplaza To Enhance Video Advertising Breadth

They are two of the best-known names in online video service provision – and now they are coming together as one. Video streaming service Ooyala, itself now owned by Australian telco Telstra, is acquiring its video advertising peer Videoplaza. The buying company says the deal “allows Ooyala to tap into the…

Facebook Passes YouTube For Desktop Video: comScore’s Fulgoni

CHICAGO — Less than a year after it began testing auto-playing video, Facebook is the winner in a tipping point against rival Google. “In the month of August, on desktop viewing, they delivered about a billion more views than YouTube – which is pretty amazing,” co-founder and chairman emeritus Gian Fulgoni…

Video Ads Boost TV Campaigns: UM’s Kinniburgh

LONDON — Online video content doesn’t just lift online video marketing results – they can improve the overall outlook for TV ads, too. Universal McCann global chief strategy officer Hamish Kinniburgh tells Beet.TV in this video interview how his agency did so for Coca Cola during the recent soccer World…

Screen Hierarchy Is Being Shattered: SMG’s Fryett

LONDON – Digital platforms no longer sit at the sad and sorry end of a video spectrum that has always placed traditional television on a pedestal, says an ad-buying exec – now, consumers are happy for their second screen to become their primary screen. “This screen hierarchy, where the television is…

Supply Constraint Benefits Video Publishers: Xaxis’ Bidon

COLOGNE — The odds are still stacked in publishers paper when it comes to selling online video advertising, industry executives continue to observe. “One thing that continues to be true is the scarcity of quality video inventory, which is a blocker for more widespread adoption of online video,” GroupM’s programmatic…

Xaxis’ Turbine Differentiated By Data: Grether

COLOGNE — GroupM’s programmatic ad-trading technology division Xaxis reckons its recently-announced Data Management Platform (DMP) – codenamed Turbine – one-ups rivals’, as video advertising booms. “We built it from the ground up … it allows us to get data that only we can have access to,” Xaxis global COO Mark…

TV, Online Video Collision Accelerating: Brightcove’s Gaydon

AMSTERDAM — TV and online video are colliding – and the result will benefit both sides, according to an exec at the epicenter. “We’re starting to see the convergence between the digital landscape and broadcast gather momentum,” video technology platform Brightcove‘s EMEA media VP Luke Gaydon tells Beet.TV in this…

Asia-Pacific’s Diverse Range for Programmatic: Xaxis’ De Rijk

COLOGNE — Advertisers expect an extension of quotas governing television content to soon encompass online video, dampening digital advertising prospects. “There will be a big change in the video landscape in China in the coming months,” Xaxis Asia-Pacific MD Michel de Rijk told Beet.TV in this video interview at DMEXCO. “The…