• Tubi Takes On The Big Guys With Cheeky Urban Campaign
    Billboards in four major markets encourage viewers to "cheat" on paid Netflix and Hulu with Tubi's "totally free premium content."
  • Let's Get Real About Tech And The Consumer 'Experience'
    At this point, not having their financial information and privacy routinely violated would certainly "surprise and delight" consumers.
  • Will Users Ever Get Centralized, Cross-Platform Video Content Access?
    Ultimately, platforms that expect to survive the Darwinian streaming environment won't have the luxury of denying viewers what they deserve: respect for their time and interests.
  • Why Netflix Will Never Become Ad-Supported
    On the eve of Netflix's Q2 earnings report Wednesday, it's worth reviewing some of the important milestones it has achieved, as well as speculation on where it might go next.
  • 'Stranger Things' Pulls Record Views, Netflix #1 With Millennial Latinos
    'Stranger' pulls 40M+ views in four days, and a study finds Netflix #1 in view time among millennial Latinos. But competition, content wars and viewer frustrations with content discovery could undercut Netflix's position.
  • OTT Surpassing DVR, But Growth Is Slowing
    Comscore's latest report includes hints of maturing amid the go-go OTT landscape.
  • Tubi Hits 20 Million Viewers, But Faces Intensifying Competition
    Equally critical, the open-access consumer data feeding both AVOD and SVOD models may not be such a given going forward.
  • The Case For Amazon's Sizmek Shift Into Ad-Supported OTT
    Why does Amazon need to bolt an ad server onto its tech stack? One reason might be video. While Amazon's Prime Video OTT service is an also-ran to Netflix, it's growing faster. An ad-supported variant might accelerate that growth.
  • When It Comes To Attribution, It Feels Like TV Is Selling Last Year's Model
    One of the most interesting developments I've seen in the video advertising marketplace over the past couple of years has been the rapid acceleration of TV attribution modeling, and for the life of me, I couldn't really understand why. Sure, TV has long used models. In fact, the original marketing mix models were developed mainly to measure and adjust the efficacy of big TV advertisers and it was only a matter of time before digital embraced the science of modeling and made it its own. But digital did it out of necessity, because it lacked the kind of currency-grade audience ...
  • TV's Make Or Break Year
    Some 70% of households use a streaming service, with virtual multichannel video providers among the fastest-growing options. Just about every big media company has some direct-to-consumer offering in the market or set to launch in the next year.
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