Verizon Media’s Multi-Layered Data Offering: Lucas

It’s the mother of all roll-ups. Engadget, TechCrunch, HuffPost, AOL, Yahoo, Flurry, Verizon and a host of other media properties, all part of what once was called “Oath” and is now just “Verizon Media”. But how do advertisers take advantage of that mega media platform, and what exactly is Verizon Media’s offering? In this video interview […]

 

MediaLink’s Kassan Ponders The Impact Of TV Battles On Advertising

As the “battle of the titans” in streaming television rages on, advertising won’t be going away anytime soon, according to MediaLink’s Michael Kassan. “I think it’s going to have to find its level,” the Chairman & CEO says in this interview with Beet.TV at the 2019 Digital Content NewFronts. “I think it has to be […]

 

YouTube Mixes Premium & Personal In OTT Ad Pitch

With YouTube’s TV and Originals still evolving, the company is trying new ways to bring more valuable ad inventory to this year’s digital content NewFronts. In this video interview with Beet.TV, Tara Walpert Levy, YouTube VP, Agency and Brand Solutions, says YouTube TV, the cable-free $49.99-a-month TV service, is now being offered to advertisers outside of Google Preferred, […]

 

Hulu Will Test New Ad Format Suited To Binge Viewing

As Hulu unveiled a slate of new content offerings at its NewFronts presentation today, the streaming television service said it will beta test a new advertising format called the “binge advertising experience.” The new format will make it possible for marketers to target binge viewers with creative that is situationally relevant to their viewing behavior, […]

 

Twitter’s New Content Line-Up: Money For Publishers, Exposure For Brands

Twitter has gone in to the 2019 NewFronts with a new raft of content, revealing that last year’s line-up didn’t just benefit brands – it also led to a 60% hike in payouts back to the publisher partners. “Payouts to our publishing partners grew 60% over 2018 and they did the same in 2017,” says Laura […]