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Is ‘Attention’ the New Metric Video Advertisers Need to Pay Attention To?

Impressions have always been the standard metric when it comes to video advertising, but there's a new KPI in town - the 'Attention Index'. This measures the shift in consumers’ attention, and the impact that has on ad effectiveness. Is 'Attention' the new metric the video advertising industry needs? ...

The Future of Digital Video: Why Brands Need to Follow the Consumer

The future of digital video is changing as consumers research their purchase decisions based on their needs, not on the needs of the brand or advertiser. Brands and publishers have to rethink their message and create amazing content, not just great advertising. ...

13-24 Year Olds Watching More YouTube Than TV – To The Surprise of No-one

Not only are 13 to 24 year olds watching more online video than traditional broadcast media, they consider YouTube Influencers more relatable, and trustworthy than traditional TV and movie stars. Which means it's time for brands to reconsider how they target this age group....

Long-Form Video Content Set to Increase its Market Share [Report]

A new industry report indicates that long-form video content is poised to increase its market share as publishers develop more original programming for viewers. Long-form video advertising is also proving popular, with a 43% increase in views on long-form ad content year-over-year....

Doritos ‘Crash the Super Bowl’ Video Contest Wins the Big Brand Game

The 'Crash the Super Bowl' competition, held by Doritos, is the largest online video contest in the world, and a huge driver of traffic to the Doritos website. Sure, the winner can expect some spectacular prizes, but it's the brand behind the contest that really scores a marketing touchdown....

Online Video Streaming Up 60%, TV Consumption Down But Not Out [Report]

A new report from Nielsen confirms that digital TV consumption is growing at a phenomenal rate, while traditional broadcast TV viewing is on the decline. That being said, TV still accounts for an average of about 141 hours watched each month, compared to 11 hours a month for online content. ...

Could 2015 Be The Year YouTube REALLY Takes Off?

YouTube has witnessed unprecedented growth since Google acquired it in 2006. But could 2015 be the biggest year yet in the site's history? We take a look at some of the possible changes ahead for YouTube, and what that could mean for the industry. ...

TV Everywhere Video Ad Views Increase by 368% in Q3 2014

Viewers who are signed up to TV subscription, or TV Everywhere, services are becoming increasingly receptive to online video advertising. 46% of long-form and live video ad views now come from users signed up to a TV Everywhere service, an increase of 368% compared to Q3 2013. ...

Candidates Miss a Trick, Ignore YouTube in Midterm Elections

Generation C is a very powerful force in today's culture and commerce. They can be a very difficult demographic to engage using traditional media, but many candidates running for office in the 2014 U.S. midterm elections have gone after the 'Walmart Mom' swing vote, and ignored YouTube - the spiritual home of Gen C - altogether. ...

5 Benefits of Having a Mobile TV App Over a YouTube Channel

While the go-to for your video “brand” has historically been to create your own YouTube channel, this may no longer be the best option in terms of brand exposure. Going forward, creating your own mobile TV App may be a more viable option, whether you’re a YouTube sensation or a casual video creator. Let us examine why…...

Netflix Won’t Own Binge-Viewing for Much Longer

These days, being the first place to binge-view a season of a popular series is nearly as important as being the first place to watch an episode. Netflix wants to own binge-viewing, but networks are starting to exert their authority to ensure that doesn’t happen....

What is the Video User Experience and How Do We Improve It?

Think about the last time you watched a video online or tried to. What prompted it? Was it just a distraction: a guilty pleasure in your Facebook feed? Or something you sought out but either couldn’t find, had to sign up for, or took too much effort? For all our advances, the typical online video experience is still somewhat random. So how do we improve it?...

68% of U.S. Viewers Choose YouTube to Watch Online Video

When it comes to online video consumption, YouTube is still the go-to site for the majority of viewers in the US, with live TV broadcasts, and VoD site Netflix coming in a way behind. According to a recent report, 68% of respondents said it was the Google owned video portal that fulfilled most of their video viewing needs....