Google Aligns With Consultants On Cloud As Marketing Converges With The Enterprise

Consulting firms like Deloitte and Accenture are forming mutually beneficial business partnerships with Google around selling the Google Cloud platform to enterprise customers. Deloitte and Google expanded their relationship at Google’s Next conference in April. The companies have a goal of driving billions of dollars of business to each other per year, said Tom Galizia,Continue reading »

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The Bullish Case For The Skinny Bundle

“On TV And Video” is a column exploring opportunities and challenges in advanced TV and video. Today’s column is written by Scott Worthem, senior vice president, strategic partnerships, at Comscore. The skinny bundle – seen by many as the “bright spot” for pay TV – has garnered quite a bit of media attention of late.Continue reading »

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Data Consistency: The Real Challenge For Marketers In A Post-ITP World

“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 Hugo Loriot, managing director at 55. Are the recently announced Chrome privacy controls a good answer to the latest versions of Apple’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP)? Much has been saidContinue reading »

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Gmail’s Vast Store Of Purchase Data; AB InBev Brews An In-House Agency

Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. The Check Is In The Mail Google’s Gmail service provides an immense trove of ecommerce data, and even in-store purchase data when customers have a receipt sent to their account. You can check out your own “Purchases” history page. Google doesn’t use information fromContinue reading »

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Quantcast Is Starting To Make Money Off Its CMP Footprint

Quantcast began monetizing its consent management platform (CMP) business for the first time on Thursday with the launch of Choice Premium, a paid version of the publisher tool. Quantcast Choice was released about a year ago with the introduction of the IAB Europe’s CMP registry and the Transparency and Consent Framework (TCF), the collaborative industryContinue reading »

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The Walled Gardens Are Eating Open Programmatic – Here’s How They Do It

Beyond the money they mint with their owned-and-operated inventory, Google, Facebook and Amazon are, each in their own way, bidding into nearly every programmatic auction that takes place across the open internet. Although programmatic is growing year over year, independent ad tech players are increasingly fighting over the remaining crumbs while the walled gardens cutContinue reading »

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Digital Publishing Lessons For Navigating The New TV Landscape

“The Sell Sider” is a column written for the sell side of the digital media community.  Today’s column is written by Ben Dixon, CEO at Adslot. The traditional TV ecosystem still attracts immense money in advertising – an estimated $69.2 billion in 2019 – despite the continued proliferation of cord cutters, who shun content that can’tContinue reading »

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Amazon Eyes Sizmek’s Ad Server; Publishers Do In-Housing Too

Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Sizmek Rumbles Amazon is circling a deal for the Sizmek ad server business, as the ad tech company closes its bankruptcy review, Bloomberg reports. Amazon has built out a strong ad platform business that spans the demand-side and supply-side. Does it need an adContinue reading »

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Learning Google’s Dizzying Policies: 20 Minutes With Prabhakar Raghavan On His New Job Leading Ads And Commerce

It’s been almost eight months since Prabhakar Raghavan took the reins of Google’s advertising and commerce business, but it isn’t getting any less complicated. “I have to say, it took me several hour-long sessions before I could grasp all of our data policies,” Raghavan quipped during a candid conversation with four reporters at the GoogleContinue reading »

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