This month, we’re exploring Facebook’s clear history tool, transparency around political ads, Amazon’s next big move, the power of proving ROI, and Netflix’s eye on out-of-home advertising.
This month, we’re talking about brands partnering with nonprofits to increase impressions, how data privacy concerns are transforming advertising, YouTube and Hulu’s plans to act like broadcast networks, P&G’s shakeup of their agency models, and NBCUniversal’s new combined metric.
This month we’re talking about cutbacks on primetime ads, local OTT advertising, even more media mergers, sponsored direct messages on Facebook Messenger, and advertising in the era of Time’s Up.
This month, we’re talking about a possible CBS/Viacom merger, the mobile revolution of live sports, Facebook Watch versus YouTube, how brain studies could optimize advertising, and Salon becoming a mining operation.
This month, we’re kicking off the New Year by looking at the growing trend of smart devices, space marketing, coloring apps, science in advertising, and Facebook’s newsfeed makeover.
As 2017 drifts off into the winter sunset, we’re taking a look at some game changing trends in the advertising industry including Disney’s new deal with 21st Century Fox, net neutrality, Kroger’s venture into retail media, Condé Nast upfronts, and how cryptocurrencies will change advertising transactions.
This month, we’re talking about the potential for AppNexus to take on the great the Facebook/Google duopoly, the new Twitter Promote feature, Big News from Cheddar, a possible ad-supported version of Amazon’s Prime Video, and the increasing use of web-based virtual reality.
This month, we’re talking about Google’s new Insight Engine Project and Stamp tools, Amazon’s full-court press as an advertising platform, the ability to read minds and manipulate consumers, and Adobe’s programmatic platform for connected TV ad targeting.
This month, we’re taking a closer look at Facebook’s new video service, the vending machine renaissance, the growing number of brands shifting to in-house advertising teams, NFL’s ban on alcohol advertising, and Apple’s attack on ad tracking.