How Midsize Publisher Consequence Of Sound Sells Programmatic

Consequence of Sound prides itself on its independent coverage of the music and film industries. But it doesn’t have the mass reach and recognition that easily entices buyers to go direct. On the open marketplace, it kills: Over 1,500 advertisers spend more than $100 per month on the open exchange with Consequence of Sound. AsContinue reading »

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Horizon Media Uses Nielsen Advanced Audience, Closing In On Outcome-Based Linear TV Buying

Horizon Media is the first agency to use Nielsen Advanced Audience, a linear TV product designed to make measuring granular audience segments like “new parents” as easy as measuring age and gender with C3 and C7 ratings. Advanced Audience allows agencies to find viewers in narrower segments than age and demographic and do post-campaign measurement.Continue reading »

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Bully Pulpit Interactive Adds Another Obama Vet And Gears Up For An Ad-Heavy Cycle

Digital media and advertising expertise is moving up the political campaign hierarchy. The most direct example is Brad Parscale, the Trump campaign’s director of digital in 2016, who was made campaign manager for the 2020 reelection effort. But digital advertising is now the largest media expenditure for every major campaign on both sides of theContinue reading »

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Team Optimization: Easing The Tension Between Data Science And Marketing

“Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Katie Malone, director of data science research and development, at Civis Analytics. Seven years ago, I was hanging out at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, working as a graduate student researcherContinue reading »

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IPG’s Roth Bristles Over Questions About Acxiom; Xandr Finally Adds Video Partners To Community

Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Asking About Acxiom IPG outperformed its peers in Q2 with organic revenue growth of 3% to $2.1 billion. While the group will continue to face headwinds from client losses through the rest of the year, it was able to offset losses in theContinue reading »

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Snap Q2 Surprises As Users Embrace AR

Turns out people really like those Snapchat baby face and gender swap filters. The app’s daily active users hit 203 million in Q2, up 8% year over year, and revenue was far better than expected at $388 million, a 48% increase from this time last year, according to the company’s Q2 earnings disclosure. This isContinue reading »

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New GroupM Global CEO Christian Juhl Has Big Ambitions, But Faces Challenges

GroupM has a new global boss. Christian Juhl, the former global CEO of Essence, was named global CEO of media buying giant GroupM on Tuesday. Juhl takes over for Kelly Clark, who joined as global CEO in 2016 with a three-year commitment to the role. Essence has not yet named a successor for Juhl, butContinue reading »

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Not So Fast: Linear TV Remains Vital to Advertising Success

This article is provided by New York Interconnect. In 2017, digital drew more ad dollars than television for the first time – generating $209 billion worldwide compared to $178 billion for TV, according to MAGNA. But in the rush to capitalize on the perceived advantages of digital advertising, brands are ignoring some important facts –Continue reading »

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Wise Publishing Gets Wise To Latency Reduction

Slow-loading ads are still a perennial problem for publishers. Wise Publishing, a Toronto-based publisher of personal finance content with around 5 million monthly unique visitors, acquires a significant portion of its traffic through paid channels. But if an ad loads slowly and a visitor leaves, so does that monetization opportunity. “Dealing with latency is incrediblyContinue reading »

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Eating Our Own Dog Food: The Role Of Marketing To Marketers

“Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Maja Milicevic, co-founder and principal at Sparrow Advisers. While most ad tech and mar tech companies will seem like a classic B2B technology marketing use case, it’s easy to underestimate theContinue reading »

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