Kate O'Loughlin, SVP media business at Tapad... made the bold prediction that 2017 will be the year TV gets included in cross-device analysis.
Video dominates both Facebook's newsfeed and its advertising space, clocking up more than 100 million hours of views each day.
With sales of VR headsets projected to exceed six million units in 2016, and big names with big money signing on,
Although ad tech’s immersion into TV has been slow-going so far, Dish is bringing automation to the industry through its programmatic exchange and addressable products.
All of that data talk around this year's upfronts is paying off, to the tune of nearly $1 billion in addressable advertising spend this year
Although some observers estimate programmatic TV advertising will be a $17 billion industry by 2019, we may be getting ahead of ourselves a bit
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Facebook might have over a billion daily active users. But in an attempt to drive mass adoption of Facebook Live, it has turned to TV.
While the world has been fixated on trendy newcomers like SnapChat and Instagram, another medium has quietly seen an impressive surge: Podcasts.
Yes, our viewing habits are shifting, but it's happening slowly.
Remember when all the rage was to set up a “war room” for monitoring social media while a campaign was live?
Amid the plethora of platforms, devices and audience fragmentation issues faced by media buyers within the television ecosystem
Millennials have regularly been the subject of misunderstanding, even teasing, due to their unconventional beliefs and practices
In a recent finding and infographic created by advertising software company Videology, they compared the changes in TV and programming consumption from the 1940s to the present
Celebrities and endorsements have long gone hand in hand. But we’ve gone from “Breakfast of Champions” with Lou Gehrig