The future of TV advertising lies in walled gardens

Examines how advertisers and agencies can reach their linear TV and digital streaming audiences by including walled gardens into their cross channel strategies.

Years ago, at the beginning of streaming, many thought that making the key parts of TV advertising work “cross-channel” (i.e., between streaming and linear TV) would be the biggest challenge in the future of video advertising. In other words, modifying planning, buying, and measurement tools, processes, and teams to work across all of the old and new channels that people would watch would be the industry’s biggest problem to solve. Preparing for a streaming video world seemed like a repeat of the transition that the media world went through when it integrated cable TV advertising into a world that had...

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