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cross-platform/cross-device

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The Exploding Complexity of Programming Research, and How to Measure It, When Content is King

Programming researchers are not getting the data they need to make informed decisions and Joan FitzGerald (Data ImpacX) uses streaming’s complex ecosystem to explain the conundrum facing programmers. Key insights into monetization and performance are not supported despite the inundation of new forms of data, leaving programmers without a comprehensive picture of their audience. Together with Michael McGuire at MSA, Joan outlined a methodology funnel that combined 1st, 2nd and 3rd party data to create equivalized metrics that, once leveraged, could meet critical programming research demands.

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Enabling Alternative TV Measurement for Buyers and Sellers

Pete Doe (Xandr) and Caroline Horner (605) provided a case study of their partnership that derived results from alternative currency measurement with buy and sell side perspectives. Xandr’s nimble workflow method enabled 605’s shift from advanced targeting to a very specific, custom-built, “persuadable” target audience with a range between 2 to 10x increase in outcomes.

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Concurrent Track Panel Discussion: Innovation in Video Measurement

John Watts of CIMM moderated a panel examining presentations on innovations and changes in video measurement on day three of AUDIENCExSCIENCE 2022. The topics in this discussion included the decline in linear television, measuring new viewing habits, challenges created by the new viewing ecosystem and getting access to more personalized one-on-one data.

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The Cross-Platform Measurement Shift: Content to Ad Exposure

Bob Ivins of TVSquared by Innovid, presented a discussion on the shift to cross-platform measurement in television viewing. In this presentation, the speaker examined the changes in consumer behavior in television viewership, challenges presented in metrics stemming from audience fragmentation, new platforms and new currencies in metrics. Additionally, the speaker gave key metric areas to consider in the era of converged TV.

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ACR Data Uncovers the Inefficiencies of Linear TV Ad Delivery

In this presentation, Justin Fromm of LG Ads discussed how ACR data can help uncover the inefficiencies of ads delivered via linear television. In this session, the speaker examined linear TV as still playing a vital role for advertisers. Additionally, he pointed to changes in consumer viewing habits, shifting towards streaming. He noted much of the advertising industry's focus is on incremental reach when placing an ad on television. Leveraging ACR data, the speaker demonstrated how this more robust data source can help improve optimal reach and frequency, when advertising on television.

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Understand the Impact of Your TV Viewing Data Source

In his quest to understand and solve the challenge of "cross-screen measurement, John-Michael Del Valle of LiveRamp addressed the question, "How can I understand my media plan, where those impressions are landing and how do I get the full picture?" In addressing this and other related questions, the speaker examined combining ACR and STB data as a method to produce an all-encompassing way to measure ad lift on linear television.

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Navigating the Road to Cross-Platform Measurement (Event Summary)

  • INSIGHTS STUDIO

At the ARF’s Insights Studio on Navigating the Road to Cross-Platform Measurement, Nielsen provided details about Nielsen ONE, and how this solution enables marketers to gain visibility into total video consumption regardless of platform or device. The panel discussed the challenges of cross-platform measurement, including the decreasing reliance on cookies and the importance of consumer privacy and consent.

What Drives Media Users to Multitask?

  • Helen R. Robinson and Stavros P. Kalafatis, both at Kingston Business School
  • JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING RESEARCH

Given the prevalence  of multi-tasking among media users, planning multimedia advertising campaigns is more complex than ever. This study introduces a typology that identifies three types of multimedia users, each with its own distinct patterns. Practitioners can use this tool to increase the accuracy of targeting in an otherwise elusive digital native audience.

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Measuring Cross-Media Use and Recall

  • Andrea Ciceri, Giulia Songa, Vincenzo Russo, Giorgio Gabrielli, Jesper Clement
  • JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING RESEARCH

Many studies have compared advertising effectiveness online and in print. Where that research has fallen short is in comparing the ways people divide their visual attention, specifically when using different devices and media. Here’s how a team of academics and practitioners took a neuroscientific approach to measured that response using biometrics.

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