Posts Tagged ‘Local TV’

 

Local TV Advertising…2020 Elections and Then What?

Local TV advertising is a big business. With 20 billion dollar spend (29% share of the US TV ad business) and a looming election that will drive, at least in the short term), 6.55 billion dollars on local political ads with almost 60% of that going to local TV buys. 3 billion dollars will go […]

 

Are APIs The Key to Local TV’s Survival?

I posted a note on LinkedIn at the TVB Forward Conference recently, and it generated a fair amount of conversation. Here’s what I wrote: “Local TV is a beloved resource throughout the world. Will it be one of the many fond memories that is slipped into a scrapbook, only to fade over time? Not as […]

 

Why TV is Moving to Impressions-based Measurement and the Benefits to Local

In recent weeks, there has been a tectonic shift of sorts happening in the broadcast media business. One after the other, we have seen broadcast groups – including NBC, CBS, ABC, Hearst, Graham and Gray announce that they will move away from ratings and begin using impressions, as their basis for measurement and selling. This […]

 

View From The Top – What You Missed at the Programmatic TV Summit

The Programmatic TV Summit in New York on June 24 was, I believe, the beginning of the “Summer of Love” for the advanced television advertising business. (I wrote about this on LinkedIn.) The speakers at the conference were talking about their capabilities, as always –always pitching, always selling, all like such as that. But the […]

 

Adding Comscore Data Helps Make Change Go Down Easier for Videa Customers

Measuring viewing data in smaller local markets has never been easy, even for Nielsen. The ratings behemoth has often struggled to find enough panelists to create the sort of statistically valid data it built its reputation on, and so about a year ago, Nielsen made the decision to include Comcast set top box data in […]

arrow_upward