By 2025, ad fraud is predicted to cost advertisers and their industry partners more than $50 billion unless a dramatic change takes place. Mediaocean, as well as other companies, are looking to make those changes using blockchain technology.
Mediaocean and IBM iX announced the launch of a blockchain consortium for the digital media supply chain.
Marketers are under more pressure than ever before to improve transparency, maximize every media dollar, and measure and prove campaign impact. Effectively doing so requires greater accountability across the ecosystem and the need to embrace data as core competence.
TV viewers today are increasingly fragmented, using multiple devices, services, and subscriptions. Despite the challenges for marketers, this is actually an opportunity to reach audiences who are consuming more TV in deeper, more meaningful ways. Preferring the approach that better meets their needs, rather than perpetuating decades of TV imposing its own demands on them.
Fifty years ago, Michael Donovan, founded a company that would bring data-driven efficiency to Mad Men-era advertising. In 2015, we sold that company to private equity firm Vista at a $720 million valuation. And we continue to adapt and grow. In short, we’ve thrived as a fifty-year-old startup.
Marketers frequently reference the John Wannamaker quote, “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is, I don't know which half” when talking about their struggle with advertising spend, especially for cross-channel campaigns. But to overcome this, marketers can apply four principles of direct-response to improve their understanding of return on ad spend.
Is Google ready for the TV business of tomorrow? As TV and digital advertising collide, digital companies face real challenges in the convergence ahead.
If advertisers are to regain the trust of consumers, the government must enact new internet privacy regulations that meet and exceed the repealed Internet Privacy rules.
TV’s digital moment has arrived. Within the very week in which Netflix and Amazon scored Oscar wins, YouTube announced YouTube TV—its planned subscription service bringing major network content to YouTube viewers. The volume of IP delivered TV continues to grow, and the demand for more precise TV measurement grows.
In an op-ed on Linkedin, Mediaocean's CEO Bill Wise discusses how a robust TV ad market along with endless digital opportunity means TV is the real winner this upcoming Oscars week.