Explores the current reading and thinking on the topic of online video audiences, which are increasingly shifting to mobile - here, brand messaging is largely unwelcome, necessitating exceptional creative and controllable ads.
Julian Saunders, WARC Best Practice, July 2016
This article provides best practices for developing a content strategy on the most visited online video platform in the world, allowing brands to engage a different culture from the mainstream and find a place in the 'everything channel'.
Adam Smith, Rob Norman, Research on WARC, November 2018
This report examines current and future trends in the global video industry, including a decline in linear TV ratings (especially among younger audiences) and increasing data application to linear television.
LONDON: Most TV is still watched at scheduled times, and advertising is purchased accordingly, but more and more viewers are turning to Broadcaster Video on Demand (BVOD) and both media owners and advertisers need to understand the impact of this ...
SYDNEY: Some audiences are migrating to video-on-demand (VOD) services from their traditional TV broadcasters, but many media owners see this as an opportunity to try new ways of engaging young consumers.
GLOBAL: Consumers around the world will spend an average of 67 minutes a day watching online video this year, up from 56 minutes last year, according to new figures from Zenith, a shift that is altering how brands plan campaigns.
SAN JOSE, CA: Global mobile video consumption continued to rise in the first quarter of 2018, with almost three out of every five videos being watched on mobile, although there are signs that its growth rate is slowing.
SYDNEY: Younger Australians are turning away from watching sport, choosing instead to tune into streaming video services for regular doses of comedy, action and sci-fi, according to research conducted by Ampere Analysis.