Kroger Precision Marketing on Wednesday announced the launch of a private programmatic ad marketplace that enables agencies and brands to reach consumers through Kroger's audience data and preferred
Centro rebranded to Basis Technologies on Friday, and next week will add research and benchmarking tools to its automated software offering for enterprise marketers.
While time spent expanded 0.5% to 2.86 hours weekly, U.S. out-of-home ad spending fell 21.1% to $8.73 billion.
It's little surprise that programmatic advertising underwrites lots of nefarious activities, including ad fraud, organized crime and publishers of misinformation. But who knew it was all being funded
by legitimate advertisers? NewsGuard did.
Buyers and sellers have widely different views on the data available for streaming campaigns and the effectiveness of programmatic and direct targeting, a new Conviva study finds. More than half of
viewers abandon streaming when ads fail or take too long to load, and also say too many ads are repeated during the same break/episode.
The "Publisher Trust Index" uses algorithms to measure metrics, including brand safety, invalid traffic (IVT, or ad fraud), programmatic reach and viewability.
The OAAA's atrociously written, muddled, and flawed guidelines ignore the ARF's long-established "media model" and include various new bizarre terms, such as "viewshed!" Are you kidding me?
Ad agencies say there are many openings for the ideal candidate. Publicis performance marketing agency Performics continues to hire based on the need to support new business and organic growth of
On the heels of the Association of National Advertisers' announcement that it is embarking on a new study of the "mind-numbing" programmatic digital media marketplace, a new study suggests that
digital media has a far deeper -- and higher up -- problem with corporate America. Specifically, in the C-suite.
CTV ad demand continues to surge, according to an analysis published today by a leading Wall Street equities firm, based on recent calls with digital ad execs, and one of the major reasons is the
ability to buy it programmatically.
The AI Standards Working Group, co-chaired by IBM Watson Advertising and Nielsen, has released a guide on Ai and machine learning for execs, marketers, and technologists. Bias is one key topic the
group will address based on feedback from industry participants.
A number of recent trends in media-buying including the ascendance of procurement and shifts to machine-based programmatic buying may have appeared to have shifted industry perceptions of the value of
media as more of a commodity than a "quality," a new study from consultant ID Communications indicates it has actually moved in the other direction over the past couple of years.
How do you stand out when launching your first retail store in New York City, the fashion capital of North America? Add to that an extremely limited budget due to prior financial commitments, and
that's what PUMA faced when opening its flagship store on Manhattan's bustling Fifth Avenue. The German sportswear company knew they needed to be strategic with how and who they reached in order
to get the most from their investment. For that they executed a digital-out-of-home (DOOH) advertising campaign with geo-targeting technology. By programmatically serving ads in motion fixed on top of
taxis and rideshare vehicles, the street-level campaign successfully leveraged dynamic messaging that directed consumers to PUMA's NYC grand opening.
The data shared Thursday by Analyst Aaron Kessler marks the beginning of challenges that advertisers will face this year -- not only as the U.S. tries to recover from a year-long battle with a
pandemic that is not subsiding, but to straddle the guidance under a new U.S. president as he tries to put people back to work during record-high unemployment rates.
In 2021, Peacock is estimated to hit $604 million in revenue -- $197 million coming from advertising and $407 million from subscription revenues.
As marketplaces like Amazon see dramatic growth, one wants advertisers to take advantage of behavioral data from a variety of actions to support a range of media buys.
Nearly 50% of all programmatic OTT and CTV advertising goes to Roku devices, dwarfing other device makers, according to a Q3 2020 survey from ad-tech company Pixalate.
In a sign that the CTV ad market is benefitting from a shift of traditional TV ad budgets as advertisers follow viewers, two leading suppliers -- The Trade Desk and Roku -- reported strong Q3 ad
VidMob's Insight Stream platform surfaces a continual stream of insights from data that tells marketers why the creative works or does not work at any given time. It also provides the ability to do
something with the information.
IAB Europe's Programmatic Advertising Spend Research reveals that revenue from programmatic ad models grew by 23% in 2019, topping EUR23bn, with 77% of display and more than 50% of video now traded
via programmatic methods.
What you spend says so much more than what you intend. Budgetary commitment measures get to the heart of marketing strategies and the stories that underpin them. 2020 has been a year with more plot
twists than an Agatha Christie novel.
MediaRadar projects first-half 2020 programmatic advertising growth of 36% despite a slump in April. Perhaps this is why the Google CEO pledged $10 billion to India's digital future. Looking at the
100 programmatic advertisers year-to-date, MediaRadar found that Tech Firms, Financial Services and Retail brands comprised more than half of the roster.
"Improved transparency" is the main factor driving programmatic trading models among the world's biggest marketers, according to findings of a new report from the World Federation of Advertisers.
Other top factors include "data strategy," "ease of control," and "flexibility."
The world's biggest advertisers have largely embraced programmatic media-buying and as they increasingly shift to independent and/or in-house trading models, the primary effect is greater transparency
in terms of the actual cost of acquiring inventory. That's the finding of a just-released survey of member of the World Federation of Advertisers, the fourth in a series of studies first benchmarked
U.S. programmatic digital out-of-home advertising spend will more than double in 2020 year over year, totaling $181.6 million, rising to $533.8 million by 2022, according to eMarketer's forecast.
The estimate puts programmatic DOOH accounting for 2.2% of total OOH ad spending in the U.S. in 2020. A OOH campaign can be set so inventory is programmatically purchased whenever certain
conditions are met. eMarketer explains.
When it comes to the fastest-growing segment of media-buying -- programmatic -- in-house is now the norm for most clients worldwide. That's the finding of a new report released this morning by the
IAB. While the trend should not be surprising to anyone who has been following media buying for the past decade, the stat may be: Only 15% of advertisers say they have no plans to bring programmatic
One of the unintended consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic appears to have been a marked increase in the number of marketers utilizing in-house teams to buy video advertising via programmatic
platforms, according to the findings of study of 350 advertisers and agency executives conducted by Advertiser Perceptions for the Interactive Advertising Bureau. The "IAB U.S. 2020 Digital Video
Advertising Spend Report: Putting Covid in Context" found a 64% increase in the percentage of marketers buying video advertising via in-house programmatic teams.
The biggest brands dominating the post-pandemic programmatic marketplace have been Verizon, the U.S. government (presumably the CDC), Facebook, Amazon, and AT&T. That's the finding of a fascinating
analysis of data derived from APIs and various programmatic trading partners by STAQ Insights, which delineated them in a series of charts plotting the top programmatic brands over the course of the
first 20 weeks of 2020.
The CW, Fox News Channel, Hulu, ABC and Sling TV showed big gains in the number of programmatic ad impressions from April 5-May 16 on the Roku Store.
First-quarter 2020 showed YoY ad growth, but the COVID-19 pandemic created significant pricing pressure on CPMs, with digital falling 16%. The IAB released its 2019 Internet Ad Revenue Report
Thursday, and included separate insights on Q1 2020 revenue and the second edition of its Coronavirus Impact Report on publishers. "We're seeing in this new CPM study that connected devices are
experiencing the least impact," said Sue Hogan, SVP of research and analytics, IAB.