AdTech Roundup: Top Things in Advertising Technology
Today’s AdTech Roundup covers the latest in Native and Programmatic Advertising, Technology, TV Advertising, Audience Data announcements from JCDecaux, HomeServe USA, Pixalate, Adapex, and Nielsen.
Jcdecaux and S4M Announce a Global Advertising Partnership, Enhancing Media Efficiency and Synergies Between OOh and Mobile
JCDecaux SA, the number one outdoor advertising company worldwide, announces its partnership with S4M, the drive-to-store platform, enabling advertisers to combine their Out-of-Home (OOH) and mobile advertising activations to drive store footfall.
HomeServe USA, a leading provider of home repair solutions serving more than 4.4 million customers across the US and Canada, today announced the acquisition of Vincodo, a Langhorne, Pennsylvania-based digital advertising agency. Vincodo will enhance HomeServe’s in-house digital marketing and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) capabilities to better reach potential customers.
Pixalate, a global ad fraud intelligence and marketing compliance platform, today released an update to its COVID-19 benchmarks: Programmatic Ad Spend in the Age of COVID-19: Connected TV/OTT Advertising Report, examining how U.S. programmatic advertisers have shifted budgets during the ongoing pandemic.
Adapex is excited to announce that it has been selected as a finalist for a Drum Award in two categories: Best AdOps Team and Best Overall Technology for Programmatic Trading. The Drum Digital Advertising Awards recognize the very best in adtech and programmatic.
Nielsen announced that Disney Media Networks is the latest U.S. programmer to join in the company’s Addressable TV beta program. By participating in the program, Disney will be able to test, evaluate and experience Nielsen’s addressable TV advertising capabilities and technology first-hand and prepare for its commercial launch. This collaboration is part of Disney’s approach to being ‘Addressable First’ and offering advertisers innovative ad solutions at the audience level. With the addition of Disney, the nine participating programmers in the beta program represent 75% of linear TV impressions in the U.S.
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