The Misconceptions Of Addressable’s Youth: MODI Media’s Cestaro

Some world-changing technologies explode overnight, others take years to burn so brightly. Addressable TV may be in the latter category. The ability of marketers to target individual viewing households with specific messaging seems revolutionary. But, though it has existed for several years now and though consumer technology deployment is wider than ever, discussions from successive […]

 

Overcoming Local TV Inefficiencies: WideOrbit’s Zinsmeister

Local TV could be surprisingly effective for marketers – if only they had an effective way to buy the right commercial spots quickly, easily and with control. That is the view of a company that has long offered the infrastructure for local TV networks’ ad management around the US. But now WideOrbit wants to service […]

 

What’s Holding Back National Addressable? Nielsen, Cadent & Amobee Discuss

In the complex and fragmented US TV ecosystem, the roll-out of “addressable” TV advertising capabilities outside of an OTT environment is somewhat limited. TV networks give cable and satellite platforms the ability to sell just two minutes per hour of advertising in their live feeds of network programming. What is it going to take for […]

 

Xandr’s Ad Graph Will Scale Up To 5G

A few short years ago, few could have predicted that Game Of Thrones, Wolf Blitzer, basketball stars and broadband infrastructure engineers would be rubbing shoulders in the same company. But that’s what the modern AT&T – incorporating WarnerMedia’s Turner and CNN – now looks like. For the corporation – like Verizon alongside it – it […]

 

Addressable TV’s Growing Pains: Cadent, Dentsu, LiveRamp, Essence, Omnicom Discuss

SAN JUAN — It is the technology that can laser-target an ad at individual TV viewers or households, and then control how many more ads get seen across TV and other media. But what is the state of “addressable” television? A Beet Retreat panel convened by Beet.TV in Puerto Rico discussed that topic. Slow addressable […]

 

Disney Strives To Unify Diverse Data Sets: SVP Nelson

SAN JUAN — Spending $52.4 billion to acquire 21st Century Fox would be pretty transformational by anyone’s standards. For Disney, the acquisition a year ago added to an already-broad portfolio of assets, and came right as the company was figuring out a direct-to-consumer SVOD strategy and learning to get to grips with a whole new world […]

 

Viewers Ready To Give More Data, At A Price: Janus’ Shimmel Tells Prohaska

SAN JUAN — The world of TV advertising is evolving from generally targeting viewers of broad TV show categories, to one in which marketers armed with consumer data can make more specifically-targeted ad buys. But what if the presuppositions they made with that data could be improved on in yet another step-change? One leading TV […]