Marketers and Publishers Find Common Ground on Hot-Button Topic: Viewability

This issue is referred to broadly as viewability. Though it has dogged digital media for years, chief marketing officers are now paying attention -- and they've put everyone in the digital ecosystem on alert: Clean things up or we'll spend our money elsewhere.As one result, a cottage industry of companies now measures viewability -- simultaneously providing new insight and starting new disputes by giving differing results.In negotiations, ad sellers are fighting advertisers over how quickly every ad can meet the Media Rating Council's definition of "viewable": for display ads, at least 50% of pixels must appear on-screen for at least one second. They disagree over whether that definition is sufficient. And they're struggling with the fallout they'll accept from a new, viewable regime: Should officially viewable ads cost more? Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

[ Advertising Age | 2015-04-13 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Academic Publishing in China 2017: Hot Topics in Chinese Academic Publishing

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Google and publishers edge closer to reaching common ground for GDPR standards

Major European publishers, agency groups and ad tech vendors have agreed on a compromise when it comes to serving ads under GDPR. The post Google and publishers edge closer to reaching common ground for GDPR standards appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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The International Publishers Association in India: Issues in a Hot-Button World

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Justice a Hot Topic for Religion Publishers

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Hot Button Issues for English-Language Publishers in 2014

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Book review: A father and son find common ground in 'Along the Way'

Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez examine the nature of their relationship and the ways it's shaped their lives in their loving, candid new memoir.Martin Sheen was a struggling 21-year-old stage actor when his first son Emilio was born. Sheen, seventh of 10 children in a family that knew him as... Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Association Publishing Priorities, Challenges and Hot-Button Issues for 2012

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Digital Publishers Find Shared Purpose at W3C Publishing Summit

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Survey Finds 60% of Publishers Agree that Print Publishing’s Time is Limited

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Longtime Publishing Marketing Executive Maryann Palumbo Dies at 75

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Matthew Paul Turner Finds His Voice in Christian Publishing

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