Brands Not Afraid To See Full Ad Data: Veenome’s Lenane

These days, many ad tech vendors offer to give brands and networks the data that reveals the true effectiveness of their ads. But which side wants to see that data, and which would rather look away? “If a big ad network doesn’t like what they see…  they don’t necessarily want to come back (to us),” […]

 

Content Indexing As Important As Traditional Data Collection: Veenome CEO

LAS VEGAS – The content that a viewer chooses to watch may be just as, if not more, important for targeting as traditional demographic data collected about said viewer, says Kevin Lenane, founder and CEO of Veenome. This concept, which Veenome focuses on, is termed the “viewing moment.” By collecting attributes about the content itself, Veenome […]

 

Veenome Looks Inside Videos To Help Advertisers

For advertisers, “viewability” – knowing whether a viewer has really watched their ad – has become an important metric. But some advertisers also want more granular information. Analytics startup Veenome wants to play that role. “We’re figuring out what content is inside the video, indexing the actual imagery of the content, figuring out how many […]

 

Innovid Inks Deal with Video Data Shop Veenome for Video Frame Categorization and Brand Safety

Video ad technology company Innovid struck a deal with the video data shop Veenome to provide deeper analytics into the true content of the actual videos that their customers run ads on, says Kevin Lenane, Founder and CEO of Veenome, during an interview at the Beet.TV executive retreat.  Under the deal, Innovid will use Veenome’s data for its work with […]

 

Veenome’s Video Load Set To Grow After ‘Collective’ Deal

Arlington-based startup Veenome is using some nifty-sounding analysis technology to help publishers get better bang for buck from their video. Now it’s about to process a whole lot more video, following a deal with the Collective video ad network. Founder and CEO Kevin Lenane tells Beet.TV the service processes viewers’ video page clicks: “We figure out […]