Viamedia, the large, independent ad sales management company for local cable, OTT, streaming and video, is seeing a 200% increase in political revenue when it comes to its average revenue per subscriber versus that of 2016.
Streaming executives from E.W. Scripps, NBCUniversal Owned Stations, CBC and Sinclair say the pandemic drove record numbers to their streaming sites, boosting ad impressions and creating more inroads to advertisers.
MadHive, an OTT advertising solutions company, today added Brian Lin as chief product officer. This comes on the heels of MadHive’s local reach extension products growing revenue and expanded partnerships with broadcast giants, the company said. “We are seeing explosive growth in OTT and local, and we have an exciting opportunity to avoid some of […]
Roku has revamped its ad platform on its quest to dominate the over-the-top advertising ecosystem. The company has rolled Dataxu into a new ad platform, OneView, that it says will let advertisers plan, buy and measure campaigns across digital devices in four out of five U.S. homes—including non-Roku households.
Discovery Inc. has partnered with localized digital advertising solutions company Gamut to offer premium local-market OTT inventory ad sales in the United States. Cox Media Group-owned Gamut will have access to premiere seasonal events airing across Discovery’s top-tier networks (no specific show titles available as yet).
AdLedger, a nonprofit consortium using blockchain and cryptocurrency to fight fraud, released a report Wednesday showing that 18% of the 8 trillion ad requests for OTT inventory are fraudulent. The report also found that the three main types of fraud plaguing OTT are misrepresentation, similar to domain spoofing in digital (where unscrupulous ad networks or exchanges obscure the nature of their traffic to resemble legitimate websites); app-based fraud, when the same OTT app shows a high rate of constant activity; and device-based fraud.
MadHive recently took a look at OTT advertising requests in the open marketplace and discovered that a large percentage of them were suspicious.
Executives from E.W. Scripps, Sinclair and Nexstar say there’s strong revenue potential in streaming their local content, provided they find scale and their sellers train up and buy in to OTT’s TV-like qualities.
OTT video ad spending is expanding at the fastest rate of any major medium and will approach $4 billion this year and $5 billion next year, according to a revised advertising forecast from IPG Mediabrands Magna Intelligence unit.
Premion, Tegna’s CTV/OTT advertising solution for regional and local advertisers, named John Vilade its new head of sales and vice president. Vilade joins Premion from TRUSTX, where he was chief revenue officer. He is responsible for leading Premion’s national and regional sales organization and driving revenue growth, go-to-market development and execution. Vilade is based at Premion’s […]
Premion, the seller of OTT advertising inventory for a number of platforms, says it is refunding money to advertisers for specific campaigns that ran during 2018 due to “system issues.” Premion, owned by Tegna, says its Premium Audience Selects segments have “not been delivered correctly,” and that it affects up to 17% of Premion total revenue.
CompulseOTT, a division of Sinclair, is an advanced video ad delivery platform that enables advertisers in local DMA’s to target viewers of OTT TV programming.