Unwavering Company Support Made the Difference for Amazon Ads’ Amy Armstrong During Breast Cancer Battle

Amy Armstrong’s health journey started 12 years ago when she learned she has a very rare dominant gene related to cancer called CDH1, which links to stomach and breast cancer for women.  Armstrong had been proactive, followed through on screenings and was diagnosed “in the nick of time,” first with stomach cancer then later breast […]

 
 

For Chase’s Laurinda Rainey, Supporting Breastcancer.org Is Personal

For Laurinda Rainey, Managing Director and General Manager of the United Airlines Cobrand at Chase, taking on the role of a committee member for the Women in Media & Marketing Luncheon benefiting Breastcancer.org was not just a priority, it was also personal. Held at JPMorgan Chase Headquarters in New York on May 2, the event […]

 
 

Breaking Out Of The Ad Pod: TripleLift’s King Sees Programmatic Power Creative Disruption

It used to be considered a technical tool for selling-off cheap inventory – now programmatic is helping facilitate major ad placements and drive creative innovation. Andrew King, VP of Product at TripleLift, highlights this shift, emphasizing the pivotal role of programmatic in the CTV space. In this video interview with Beet.TV editorial director Lisa Granatstein, […]

 
 

We Are Inspired by Kevin & Marina Krim and Their ‘Choose Creativity’ Movement

Fostering creativity in his family was essential after their tragic loss. It helped Kevin Krim and his wife Marina and their surviving daughter.  It motivated them to honor the short but creative lives of Lucia (Lulu) and Leo. It turned grief into a movement and the formation of a charitable foundation that offers a creative living curriculum to schools […]

 
 

TelevisaUnivision’s Riess Sees Streaming Starting With Social

MIAMI — They may have traditionally been considered different channels – but Dan Riess thinks social and streaming are colliding. In this video interview with Beet.TV, Riess, EVP, Chief Growth Officer, TelevisaUnivision, says his company, the Hispanic broadcaster, is seeking audiences with a “social-first” approach. He was speaking with Beet.TV at POSSIBLE 2024. Social-First Approach […]

 
 

Kroger Teams With Yahoo DSP on Purchase-Based Audiences for Brands

NEW YORK – Kroger Precision Marketing, the grocery chain’s retail media network, is collaborating with Yahoo Advertising to offer purchase-based audiences directly in the Yahoo Demand-Side Platform (DSP), according to an announcement on Tuesday. Yahoo DSP advertisers can now activate Kroger’s audiences to reach the right consumers and to measure campaign results without tracking cookies. […]

 
 

How Grocery Owner AD Will Grow Retail Media Through Omni-Channel

As more retailers enter the space and as forecasts for its size grow, one retail operator has its own big target for making money from retail media. Stop & Shop owner Ahold Delhaize is a global grocery supermarket chain, with a goal of making a billion euros from non-grocery revenue like advertising and data by 2025. […]

 
 

Roku and The Trade Desk Partner to Enhance TV Ad Control

These days, at their annual ad pitches, companies don’t only tout their content slate. In 2024’s IAB NewFronts, the tech targeting offering is being showcased, too. At its event in New York today, Roku announced it would let The Trade Desk customers harness its automated content recognition (ACR) data, in a sign that the leading US […]

 
 

Innovid Releases Harmony Direct to Optimize CTV Ads

Innovid on Tuesday launched its Harmony initiative to help optimize the advertising ecosystem for connected television. As part of the effort, the adtech company released Harmony Direct to help ensure that more advertiser dollars go to video publishers. “We’re about to see a significant jump in the growth of CTV,” Zvika Netter, co-founder and chief […]

 
 

Cadent CEO Troiano On $342M AdTheorent Acquisition: Reducing Silos, Taking CTV Programmatic

In a sign of a once-more buoyant ad-tech M&A market, Cadent says it reached an agreement to purchases ad machine learning company AdTheorent for $343 million. Combined, the pair will have almost 1,000 advertisers across all main holding groups. In this video interview with Beet.TV, Cadent CEO Nick Troiano, explains the rationale for the acquisition. […]

 
 

Anything Is POSSIBLE: OAAA’s Bager Sees A ‘Share Shift’ For DOOH, AI On Learning Agenda

As the sun comes out this spring, many marketers will be heading to Miami for the POSSIBLE conference, April 15 to 17, “The timing of it is great,” says Anna Bager, President & CEO of OAAA. “We’re in a very interesting year, full of challenge and change, and it’s an election year. There’s a lot […]

 
 

Telly’s Second Screen Is Smarter, But Not Intrusive: Lightshed’s Greenfield

The future of television is evolving before our very eyes, with the emergence of new technologies that aim to seamlessly integrate interactivity into the viewer’s experience. One such company is raising eyebrows for the way it is delivering on the connected TV ad opportunity. In this video interview with Beet.TV, Rich Greenfield, General Partner, LightShed […]

 
 

LUMA’s Kawaja Optimistic On 2024 & 2025 Ad-Tech Outlook

The digital ecosystem is bracing for a potential bonanza in 2025, according to Terence Kawaja, founder and CEO of LUMA Partners. It may have been a bumpy couple of years – but the industry’s leading deal-maker says the economy is back. In this video interview with Beet.TV in advance of POSSIBLE 2024 in Miami April […]

 
 

Media Industry Raises $125 Million for Sandy Hook Promise’s Gun Violence Prevention Campaign: Peter Naylor Urges More Industry Help

Executives from  leading media and advertising companies have joined together in a major campaign to curb gun violence. Created in the wake of 2012 mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school, the Sandy Hook Promise,  and its Media Council,  have raised funds and garnered some $125 million in public service airtime. The organization is focused […]

 
 

NBCUniversal Announces AI Audience Segments, New Ad Offerings

NBCUniversal told us it would leverage AI in its video advertising offering this year – and that is exactly what it’s doing. At its One24 event in New York, the company announced a set of technological advancements and strategic partnerships aimed at enhancing television advertising capabilities. We are republishing Beet.TV’s interview with John Lee, chief data […]

 
 

TikTok Competing For TV Ad Spend With New Features, Claiming High Effectiveness

TV may have long been king of the hill in the advertising world – but TikTok is coming out hard with new ad products, boasting to be more effective than a raft of traditional and digital ad options. Amongst the platform’s announcements this week: Shop Ads, extending to TikTok Shop. Video Shopping Ads available with […]

 
 

Mediaocean’s Magnite Partnership Aims To Blend Best Of Programmatic & Linear TV Ads

In a landscape where connected TV (CTV) is ascending and linear television decelerates, industry players are rethinking their approaches to media buying and selling. “I felt like we were in the gangly teenage years of our transformation,” says Ramsey McGrory, Chief Development Officer, Mediaocean. “We still have a lot of work to do.” In this […]

 
 

Context Can Unlock Commerce For TV Ads: Analyst Greenfield

How can the ad industry benefit from shoppable TV ads in a world where TV platforms weren’t build with shoppability in mind? For respected media industry analyst Rich Greenfield, the answer could be consumer-contextualized ad targeting. We spoke with Greenfield, General Partner, LightShed Ventures after his fireside chat on the stage of the CTV Connect conference  […]

 
 

CVS Media Exchange Adopts Pinterest/LiveRamp Clean Room To Attribute Sales From Off-Site Ads

CVS’ retail media platform, CVS Media Exchange, (CMX) will adopt the LiveRamp data clean room solution rolled out by Pinterest, so that its consumer packaged goods (CPG) advertisers can track product sales coming from Pinterest ads. It is another move showing the growing adoption of the clean room technology, which allows for anonymized consumer data […]

 
 

Index Exchange’s Casale Launches Marketplaces, For Integration Without The Friction

In a landscape where ad tech integrations can be as complex as they are necessary, Index Exchange is launching a new platform designed to simplify interconnectivity. Launching in beta, Marketplaces is an effort to support integrations without duplication across the ecosystem. Simplifying Ad-Tech with Marketplaces Casale outlines a vision where manual integrations, a persistent source […]

 
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