The Weather Channel and AMC Networks said Tuesday they have joined OpenAP, where national broadcasters can provide targetable audiences forRead more
Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. It’s A ’xu Out There OpenAP, a TV audience measurement and targeting consortium backed by Fox, Viacom and NBCUniversal, selected dataxu as its go-to DMP and data match service. Read the release. Dataxu’s OneView DMP will let OpenAP members build audience segments. In using
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On paper, the OpenAP consortium makes perfect sense: TV networks banded together to stave off growing competition from the walled gardens. In reality, it’s a bit more complicated. Although OpenAP still counts three powerhouse publishers among its ranks – Viacom, NBCU and Fox – a founding member, WarnerMedia, left the group in April to compete
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Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Adobe On A Cloud Adobe bragged about its customer data platform Tuesday on the company’s second quarter earnings call. The marketing clouds are going for broke this week on the CDP front – Adobe, Salesforce and Oracle all made CDP-related announcements – but Adobe
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Keep calm and … develop automated systems for advanced TV ad buying? A question mark loomed over OpenAP when founding member WarnerMedia announced its sudden departure last week from the targeted TV advertising consortium it helped create in 2017. But the group’s remaining members – NBCU, Viacom and Fox – are forging ahead with the
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WarnerMedia’s farewell to the OpenAP Consortium Friday was inevitable. The writing has been on the wall since February, when AT&T’s $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner was finalized. “It makes sense to pull out now [that] they’re owned by a company that has one of the largest data sets available,” said Tracey Scheppach, CEO and
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WarnerMedia has exited the OpenAP Consortium. It’s a major blow to the TV industry’s attempt to jointly promote audience-based buying on television by creating standardized segments and measurement across their networks. Turner was one of the consortium’s original members in 2017, along with Fox and Viacom. NBCU joined the following year. But now that WarnerMedia
“The Sell Sider” is a column written for the sell side of the digital media community. Today’s column is written by Devlin Jefferson, vice president of product at Operative. Bauer Xcel recently gave publishers advice about working directly with brands that take programmatic in-house. Note that the advice was written by Bauer’s new in-house programmatic
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NBCUniversal has joined the TV consortium OpenAP. Launched just over a year ago, OpenAP is a joint effort by broadcast networks Fox, Turner and Viacom to create a common data standard and provide a more accurate representation of advanced TV audiences across platforms. Through a multiyear agreement, NBCU will license its data platform Audience Studio
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