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Digital Strategy: At the Intersection of Anytime & Anywhere

Two central themes emerged from AdMonsters Screens held in London this past November: screens are everywhere and consumers can be reached on more than one at a time. Thanks to the proliferation of the Internet and mobile devices, the opportunity to interact with users anywhere and everywhere is totally viable…

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Video Everywhere, But Who’s Watching?

Video is everywhere, and everyone wants it. Whether from desktops or smartphones, 183 million people in the U.S. watched over 37 billion online videos in October 2012 alone, according to comScore. With daily unique views jumping 30% in the past year, video growth shows no sign of slowing, especially as…

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Eliminating the Ad-Related Culprits in Video Latency

Viewers hate waiting... But does waiting for content to load actually impact user engagement? Publishers instinctively know that better user-experience leads to a larger, more engaged audience, which in turn means more revenue. To help quantify this correlation, Akamai conducted a study (PDF) to measure the correlation between online video load…

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easeltv: Are Connected TV Apps the New Channels?

easeltv specialises in building apps for connected TVs, with clients including broadcasters, pay-TV operators, content producers and major consumer brands. I spoke to AdMonsters Screens speaker Bill Scott, COO of easeltv, and asked him to explain the company’s proposition.BS: Our differentiator is that our apps feel much more like a TV…

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Technology Vendors Should Be Partners in Disguise

Let's face it  –  it isn't easy to adapt to every change in our rapidly evolving market  –  even for the best of companies. Seemingly every day we learn about new platforms, new devices, new consumer behaviors and expectations, new forms of monetization, etc. And with startups continuously being launched…

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Easel TV: Are Connected TV Apps the New Channels?

Easel TV specialises in building apps for connected TVs, with clients including broadcasters, pay-TV operators, content producers and major consumer brands. I spoke to AdMonsters Screens speaker Bill Scott, COO of Easel, and asked him to explain the company’s proposition.BS: Our differentiator is that our apps feel much more like…

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