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The Year of Advanced TV: Leveraging Data in New Ways

In 2018, more than 50 percent of marketers are likely to include Advanced TV buys in their schedule. But for many traditional television advertisers, Advanced TV remains a daunting concept. That’s understandable. Advanced TV, as an umbrella term that encompasses everything from data-driven targeting to programmatic placement, is a fast-moving yet nuanced opportunity. (For more background on the market forces driving Advanced TV, as well as the requirements for advertising execution in this realm, check out part 1 and part 2 …

The Year of Advanced TV: How (and Why) Marketers Can Embrace the Opportunity

Advanced TV and all that it encompasses – programmatic TV, addressable TV, connected TV, linear audience targeting, set-top box video on demand, interactive TV and even second-screen syncing – is coming into its own in 2018, and the benefits to marketers are substantial. And the word seems to be out: Per Forrester Research, more than 50 percent of marketers are likely to include Advanced TV buys in their schedule this year. That said, despite investment intentions, many marketers still struggle with the definition of…

The Year of Advanced TV: Why It’s Finally Arrived

Media consumption habits have changed fundamentally over the past 10 years. Checking Instagram, reading news online, doing business on the phone, and watching TV on the tablet now mix seamlessly with old habits like channel surfing, listening to radio, and reading magazines. The entire media consumption pattern has changed, and the new media paradigm is one of choice. Perhaps nowhere are these transformed consumption patterns as evident as in the realm of TV and digital video. Over the past decade, TV viewing habits have…