Joe Mandese's MediaPost Article on November 6 highlights findings from a new study by Jack Myers, in which he sees the conventional TV buy's slice of the more than $75 billion spent on video advertising being slightly diminished in the years to come. The entrance of programmatic TV buying and all the first- and third-party data that comes with audience buying and audience segmentation is sure to contribute to the growth of the TV audience buying segment.
MediaPost's Joe Mandese mentioned AudienceXpress in an article yesterday, detailing IPG's latest endeavor into programmatic buying and what it means for media: Interpublic Strikes Deals Automating Buys With 5 Media Giants: Covers TV, Radio, Outdoor, Display, Video, Mobile
When it comes to possible marketing channels, advertisers these days have more options than ever before. The old worlds of TV, direct response, print, and other traditional means of reaching audiences have been supplemented by the shiny new digital realm. Whether display advertising, social media, email, or mobile apps, new marketing channels are now deeply integrated into the sales funnel for most advertisers. With so many new channels to focus on, how much attention can a marketer spare for traditional TV?