How Simulmedia Tracks The ROI Of Linear TV: VP Storan

FORT LAUDERDALE — It may be old-fashioned linear TV, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring internet-like next-gen ad measurement to the ‘ol box. That’s what Simulmedia, the ad technology vendor, is doing. Although the company focuses on helping clients find the best inventory in linear television, not online video broadcasts, Simulmedia strategy VP Jeff Storan says buyers […]

 

Two Steps To Scaling Addressable TV Heights: Invision’s Marshall

FORT LAUDERDALE — This year, the promise of “addressable TV”, allowing advertisers to target individual TV sets, became a reality. But it remains just a slither of a US TV industry that is worth circa $75 billion. “There’s two parts to scaleability with addressable:,” says Invision CEO Steve Marshall, whose company helps deliver ads to “addressable” […]

 

TV Ad Super-Targeting Is Ready To Scale: Eyeview CEO

FORT LAUDERDALE — Last year was been characterized by the industry wondering when TV platforms would open up to support addressable TV advertising. This year seems to have been characterized by actual roll-out. Next year could mean larger-scale adoption. “The concept of being able to target according to CRM data on television is crazy-unique,” says Eyeview […]

 

The Three Prongs Of Adobe’s TVMM Platform

FORT LAUDERDALE — Adobe has announced its “TVMM”, or TV Media Management, platform. But what is it and what does it do? The new, Videology-connected software aims to help media owners better manage and monetize their ad inventory. Adobe’s Primetime group product manager Jonathan Tabak says there are three elements: “Data – being able to understand your audiences […]

 

Programmatic Is Not Addressable: DISH’s Gaynor

FORT LAUDERDALE — DISH recently began selling ads on specific set-top boxes programmatically – but that doesn’t mean programmatic ad trading and household addressability are the same thing. “To us, addressable and programmatic are two distinct words,” according to DISH media sales VP Adam Gaynor. “Addressable can be programmatic, but it doesn’t have to be, and […]

 

TubeMogul Aims For Broader Data, Addressable TV: Rondon

FORT LAUDERDALE — In the last year, the company that began as a humble multi-platform video upload site launched tools for buying TV ads programmatically and across screens, plus inked a deal with satellite TV firm Dish. So what’s next? “Right now … we’re able to buy across Dish’s different segments of their data,” says the company’s […]

 

Yahoo’s BrightRoll Roll-Up Unifies The Ad Interface: Horowitz

FORT LAUDERDALE — Take two bottles in to the shower? Now Yahoo has combined the platforms advertisers use to buy ads programmatically under just one. BrightRoll, the video ad tech company which Yahoo acquired 12 months ago, is now the name used to buy other kinds of ads, too. “The BrightRoll brand now will apply to the Yahoo DSPs as a […]

 

Advertisers Can Value Campaign Inventory: SpotX’s Cooke

FORT LAUDERDALE — So far this year, programmatic ad tech platform SpotX has nestled in to its new majority-owner RTL, been joined in a partnership with new stablemate Clypd and struck an audience advertising data partnership with TiVo Research. So how are things about to pan out? “(It) is going to allow us the opportunity to live-sync […]

 

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 “total audience measurement” and to […]

 

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 to get to the best […]

 

SMG Triples Addressable TV Business, EVP Scheppach

FORT LAUDERDALE — Everyone in ad land is wondering how realistic it is to apply internet-style targeting and programmatic control to the TV ad-buying process. So-called “addressable TV” gained ground this year – but what does the next year hold? “This has been an amazing year for addressable television,” according to SMG precision video SVP Tracey […]

 

AT&T AdWorks Goes After Multiple Screens For Ads

FORT LAUDERDALE — AT&T AdWorks says three clients are beta-testing its recently-announced cross-device ad targeting capabilities. This month, the division announced it would offer integrated addressable advertising campaigns across TV and mobile devices, letting advertisers reach the same consumers with the same message across multiple screens. “We’re in three betas with three Fortune-500 companies,”according to AT&T AdWorks ad […]

 

Clients Pushing Agencies To Make Programmatic TV Reality: Xaxis’ Beaumier

FORT LAUDERDALE — We’re not there quite yet – but we could be soon, if clients get their way. That’s the view of one industry exec casting her eye over the prospects for how so-called “programmatic” advertising technologies might revolutionize TV ad buying. “In the beginning of 2015, there were some big announcements that … made a […]

 

UK’s Sky Taps Videology for Programmatic Video Ad Solution

FORT LAUDERDALE – Sky, the U.K. satellite TV operator, has selected Videology to provide services to automate and manage its “converged video advertising solution,” the companies announced today. Last week at the Beet.TV executive retreat, we interviewed Videology CEO Scott Ferber about the the emergence of “agnostic” video and the new opportunities for broadcasters to manage […]

 

‘Creative Versioning’ For TV Ads Is Here And Now: GroupM’s Gotlieb

The talk in ad land is all about when advertisers will get to deliver super-targed, hyper-optimized TV ads with digital precision. But don’t wait for that day – it’s already arrived, says a top agency boss. “We do dynamic creative optimization on the fly based on each individual’s specific history,” says GroupM global chairman Irwin […]

 

Nielsen To Reboot Content Ratings Next Year

FORT LAUDERDALE — Audience measurement outfit Nielsen is gearing up to measure linear and digital audiences in a new way, that recognizes a distinction between viewers of content and viewers of ads. In this video interview with Beet.TV, Nielsen planning and precision SVP Eric Solomon says the company’s Total Audience suite – which already includes the cross-platform […]

 

Adobe Primetime’s Prime Targets For 2016

FORT LAUDERDALE — Adobe has spent the last couple of years getting its Primetime suite in to shape to help broadcasters deliver multi-screen video. So what does the year ahead hold? In this video interview with Beet.TV, Adobe Primetime business development director Jim Bennette says the team has three priorities for 2016: “Accelerating TV Everywhere adoption. Today, we’re […]

 

Viewability Will Hike Online Ad Prices: Xaxis’ Chair David J. Moore

Advertisers’ quest for buying only ads that can be viewed by human users may end up costing them more to advertise in the long run, says an influential digital advertising decision-maker. “If we work out the fraud and viewability issues, it’s going to have a constraining effect on inventory,” David J. Moore, President of WPP Digital […]

 

VivaKi’s Reorg Embeds Programmatic Through SMG: Delaney

Publicis’ VivaKi unit is rethinking the way it delivers programmatic services, moving from a centralized offering to threading the discipline throughout sibling agency departments. In this video interview, SMG programmatic SVP Mac Delaney tells Beet.TV the move mirrors the way digital has always been centralized first, distributed later. “My team is rolling into the individual […]

 

Publishers, Broadcasters Going ‘Programmatic-First’: SpotXchange’s Buckley

After originally being considered a last resort, so-called “programmatic” methods of trading online ad inventory are moving up publishers’ pecking order, according to one platform exec. “The traditional model is ‘let’s sell everything we can up-front through a direct sales model and then whatever’s left let’s push in to our SSP platform or exchange environments’,” SpotXchange platform SVP Sean Buckley tells Beet.TV. “Now we’re […]

 
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