Apple's new gadgets not only feed consumers' insatiable desire for video content, but also cast the spotlight on mobile marketers.
People and Entertainment Weekly team up to deliver one of the first cross-channel video campaigns powered by HTML5.
Facebook is reportedly looking into video ads but is wary that it might alienate its user base.
In-stream video may feel like a bit of a mystery, but advertisers are finally ready to dive in and try it. Here are some tips on how to ease into in-stream.
Old Spice's new Muscle Music video advertisement went viral. We're talking 3.4 million views of Terry Crews making music with his muscles.
Consumers who watch videos online are valuable to advertisers, Hulu and YouTube marketing executives claim.
Jivox has added Brand Engagement Lift to its interactive video engagement analytics offering.
AdColony, a mobile video marketing platform company based in Los Angeles, has named Mike Owen as its first CRO.
Between now and 2016, mobile video is slated to grow 78% a year, pointing to an insatiable desire for content on the part of consumers. Add to that this tantalizing statistic: More people carry mobile devices with them — roughly 6 billion — than brush their teeth daily.
Video advertising gets personal with Youtube and Hulu's latest ad selections.
Google subsidiary YouTube rolled out to the general public Google AdWords for video, a self-service and pay-per-view video ad platform, said Lane Shackleton, product manager at YouTube.
Online television network Hulu will charge advertisers only when a video stream is fully delivered, said Jason Kilar, Hulu's CEO, during his keynote at the Ad Age Digital Conference in New York City.
Adfonic, a European mobile advertising network, has launched video advertising for mobile on Android and iOS phones, said Adfonic CMO Paul Childs. The product also measures real-time user engagement so brands can quickly determine a campaign's effectiveness.
Google and Visit Florida, the state's official tourism marketing organization, have partnered on a digital marketing cooperative program that spans display, video and mobile, the companies said on Dec. 12.
AOL promoted Jim Norton to head of AOL sales on Dec. 9. Norton previously served as SVP of AOL Advertising's advanced sales team.
WPP-owned digital marketing firm 24/7 Real Media acquired digital video advertising firm Panache, said David Moore, founder, chairman and CEO of 24/7 Real Media on Dec. 6. Moore declined to disclose terms of the acquisition.
Four months after WPP launched audience buying company Xaxis, CEO Brian Lesser discusses the firm's position in a crowded marketplace and what Xaxis has planned over the next year.
Adobe Systems acquired video ad management firm Auditude, both companies said Nov. 1. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Several technology vendors introduced products in October that put fresh twists on display advertising, videos and Web analytics that help marketers use new digital tools to enhance traditional marketing.
Neil Perry, president of video advertising firm Poptent, discusses how marketers are experimenting with online video ads and why mobile remains the format's frontier.
Sharpie combined a redesign of its website and packaging — as well as a launch of several new products — with a campaign that urges fans to "start something with Sharpie."
Company of the week
Data Services, Inc. meets the needs of today's data-driven marketer by providing front-end database management and data analytics platforms alongside our expertise in global contact data quality, database building and ongoing maintenance that comes with our 45+ years in business.
Spectrum Spatial attempts to make the world a small marketplace for B2B and B2C companies alike.
Intent, which tells you who, how, and when to target, is a common thread on the customer journey.
It's been a bad year for TV service providers.