Succeeding With Programmatic Multiscreen Video Campaigns [SHIFT VIDEO]Wednesday, December 21, 2016, 11:05 AM ET|Posted by Will Richmond
eMarketer forecasts that by 2018 programmatic video ad spending will be $10.6 billion and programmatic TV ad spending will be $4.4 billion. But how will all this spending impact multiscreen campaigns, and what are the key challenges ahead? These were the primary topics of a session at the recent SHIFT // Programmatic Video & TV Ad Summit which was moderated by Videology’s Chairman and CEO Scott Ferber. Panelists included Ashish Chordia (Founder and CEO, Alphonso), Andrew Feigenson (Managing Director, Digital, Nielsen), Jason Kanefsky (Chief Investment Officer, Havas Media) and Rachel Schlanger (Head of Partnerships, Initiative).
The panelists discussed the issue of knitting together measurement across TV and digital platforms, which is required for multiscreen programmatic to scale up, and how this is being addressed. Other challenges included cutting through some of the confusion around how to select technology partners when many sound similar, reducing the use of acronyms, organizing teams properly to capitalize on multiscreen and improving trust and predictability.
Categories: Advertising, Programmatic
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