Memorial Day Weekend signifies the start of summer, and in the TV buying community it also means the start of negotiations as the Upfront presentations come to a close. While there’s a lot of work to do, we think this is an incredibly exciting time to be in the TV industry. Change is afoot, with more high-quality programming being rolled out to feed the desires of fragmented consumers. Marketers’ quest for engaged audiences is directly influenced by consumers’ demand that brands and content experiences meet their ever-higher expectations. Despite shrinking budgets and inventory scarcity, advertisers know there is no better platform to engage with consumers at scale than TV.
As we kick off the new year, the FreeWheel Council for Premium Video, Europe (FWCE) has released its latest output: The European Video Measurement Matrix. The latest insights from the European advocacy group bring together methodologies and capabilities from some of Europe’s main players in today’s complex cross-platform measurement landscape to provide a unique overview […]
The unification (or convergence) of video is upon us but measurement remains the number one challenge for buyers to invest more in cross-platform executions. At the heart of that challenge is a constantly changing viewing landscape and the inherent differences between linear and digital television and all of its incarnations.
At FreeWheel, our partnership with AdMonsters is one that we truly enjoy being a part of. The community of operations professionals fostered in that environment allows us to really dig in with the people who use our technology and understand their businesses, their pain points, and how they go to market.
On the eve of dmexco, where global business leaders come together to talk about the digital marketing economy, TV and its evolving digital identity will continue to be at the epicenter of the conversation. How the industry adapts to a world of fragmentation and on-demand content continues to create innovation and frustration in equal measures.