September 30, 2015Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

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During Advertising Week New York

Re-Programming The TV Audience

As the basic concepts, techniques and technologies of “programmatic” buying move across channels like video, OOH and TV, original definitions expand and morph. But one underlying principle remains – this is about following audiences now, not just media. Advanced TV practices are less about automation and real-time ad insertion than they are about the great infusion of more granular data and segmentation into the media buying process. At OMMA Programmatic TV we explore the range of ways advertisers can now more precisely target audiences wherever, whenever and whatever they are viewing. 

What is the real state of both programmatic and addressable inventory, local and national avails, and how do they activate different marketing goals? How has the great data infusion already altered the ways in which advertisers view the TV audience, content and the buying process? And how do marketers now measure the impact of these plans as we move far beyond the GRP? Finally we look ahead to what one of the pioneers of advanced TV targeting, political marketing, has in store for its high-stakes battle find and sway the most critical voters in the coming election cycle. 

At OMMA Programmatic TV, we follow the buyers as they follow the data to follow the audiences into the biggest disruption of TV buying in a generation.

Featured Speakers

OMMA Programmatic TV Attendees Include:

 

 



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Director, Consumer Insights
GroupM Next
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Kevin Klein
Head of Marketing, Global Display Advertising
Amazon.com

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