Why addressable advertising is dependent on centralised ad copy

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Yospace recently presented a paper with Adstream called “Translating Broadcast Ad Copy Principles to the Dynamic Ad Insertion Age” at the excellent Streaming Tech Sweden event.  A video of the presentation was published this week and you can watch it here.

The paper calls for a centralised system for managing and delivering ad copy online.  In the traditional broadcast world ad copy is centrally managed to help ensure that:

1) Audio and video levels are up to standard
2) All ad creatives are rights-cleared and their contents is logged
3) There is reliable and effective measurement of ad views

These principles need to be carried across to the online world if broadcast channels are to continue to be the primary home for big advertiser spending.  There is also a huge amount of revenue potential in data-driven advertising and programmatic workflows, but the potential can only be realised if there is a centralised system for managing ad copy, metadata and measurement.

Find out more and download the paper here.

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Yospace to present Ad Copy Management paper at Streaming Tech Sweden

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Staines-upon-Thames – 30th October 2017
Yospace CTO David Springall is to present a paper, entitled “Translating Broadcast Ad Copy Principles to the Dynamic Ad Insertion Age”, at Streaming Tech Sweden.

The paper, which will be co-presented with Adstream CTO Andy Jones, looks at the ability to exploit hyper-targeting and programmatic advertising through Dynamic Ad Insertion and the need for effective ad copy management in the online arena, covering factors such as commercial rights, regulations and technical specifications, to fully exploit these new revenue opportunities.

Streaming Tech Sweden takes place in Stockholm on 22nd November.
Visit the website for more information and tickets:
https://www.streamingtech.se

“Translating Broadcast Ad Copy Principles to the Dynamic Ad Insertion Age” was originally presented at NAB 2017.  Download your copy here.