The days of trying fit a round peg into a square hole are over. Yet, not too long ago advertisers were marooned into pushing one-size-fits-all creative and hoping that mass appeal messages resonated with the entirety of their audience.
The Automotive Industry is on track to spend an estimated 9.94 billion in advertising in 2017 with a compounded annual growth rate of 13.7% through 20201. Historically, the majority of paid advertising has gone towards traditional channels and budgets remain heavily skewed this way. As media consumption evolves to garner reach, advertisers need to avoid neglecting the lower funnel channels that are influenced by the upper funnel channels where media begins to converge.
Industry experts from Mediaocean, Omnicom, TBWA Worldwide, Videology, and Furious Corp discuss the current state and future of TV & video convergence, and what it all means for business.
Media convergence is hands-down the most critical, disruptive trend in our industry today. How can you leverage it to your advantage?
In this video, industry experts at agencies, publishers, and tech companies discuss the trends they're seeing and what we should expect in 2016 - including changes in mobile, convergence, programmatic, and the importance of content.
Mediaocean On Acquisitions And Media Convergence in 2016
by Tobi Elkin for MediaPost
RTBlog checked in with ad tech software firm Mediaocean for thoughts on 2016. Bill Wise, CEO, and Meghan Grienenberger, VP of Media Operations at MBuy, a division of Mediaocean, weighed in with predictions.
As digital viewing continues to become more popular, cable networks have experienced fairly steady ratings declines. This post breaks down viewing trends and changes over the last several years.
Marketers have long struggled to find a common measurement between television and digital. With the introduction of Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings, marketers are presented with a highly accurate method to identify and measure the true audiences exposed to online ad campaigns utilizing a combination of Nielsen panel data with aggregated, anonymous demographic data from online data providers.