According to a new report from video advertisers YuMe, 92% of U.S. based Millennials use a connection device whilst watching TV, with 47% using those second screens to gain further information related to the TV content they are watching. That presents a huge opportunity for advertisers, but who do they target, and how to they target them?
Is YouTube the world’s second largest search engine or the world’s second largest social media site? And what is Digital Transformation anyway? These, and other questions, will be addressed at the ÜberTube Brand Summit this week.
The IAB was curious as to what agencies and marketers were doing with the ad budget in terms of TV and digital video. With the third year of the NewFronts upon us it seems like a good time to dive into the research. The trend? We all know the trend… TV is losing ground to digital video advertising. But is the money coming directly from the former’s budget and into the latter’s?
For those who’ve been following the latest news on Google’s ‘Preferred Program’ for Advertisers, the list of ‘Preferred YouTube Channels’ has been revealed, and there’s no real surprises. Most of the big names are included such as VICE, Buzzfeed, The Young Turks, iJustine and PewDiePie.
YouTube will be running television advertising spots to promote three of its major creators from next week. It’s the first time that the site has purchased TV commercials to boost individual creators and channels. Video and banner ads will also run on Google-owned web properties as well as off-line.
Tweets about TV are piquing the curiosity of TV watching Twitterers, and increasing a lot of marketing metrics for that audience. Could this be expanded upon and could it also work for online shows and web series?
Dunkin’ Donuts are the first brand to use Vine content as part of their TV advertising, and they kick off with their first commercial during tonight’s ‘The Monday Football Show’ on ESPN. The billboard ad will be used to promote and generate further Vines for the brand.
The online video ad industry finds itself in a very unique position in mid-2013; in some ways it is experiencing rapid growth while in others it is showing undeniable signs of maturity. This article summarizes the state of a very complex and exciting industry in five simple charts.
YouTube’s TrueView ads are all the rage for advertisers and viewers, because they are skippable. And anyone who watches the ad chooses to do so. And also, brands can use TrueView to test market ads before they hit TV. The IAB recently conducted a study that shows you really should be doing digital and TV ads.
Tsk, tsk… Can you believe that almost 75% of major TV advertisers aren't using online video advertising yet? Well, what Kantar Media said was that nearly a quarter of the top brands are using it, but really, it means the same thing. Clearly, they have …