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Digital Video Measurement: There Will Never Be a Nielsen, So What Are Your Options?

When the first Nielsen ratings for television were released in 1950, the television world accepted Nielsen as their rating standard and it became the basis for everything. Then, things changed. The same can’t be said for the digital world, as there is no global reporting standard for the various forms of digital video measurement that companies are now using.

There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data being produced from different sources daily — and software is being purchased on top of that data to help make sense of it. In order to demonstrate ROI, modern digital marketers are becoming incredibly creative in the way they position and leverage these insights to inform their campaigns, strategy and measurement.

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How do Marketing and Advertising Professionals Feel about the Rapidly Evolving Video Landscape?

Today’s video content landscape is rapidly evolving, and marketing and advertising professionals need to keep up. But how do they feel about the changes, and what effects are they seeing as a result? writes, David Mason, Co-founder and CEO, StudioNow

It’s no surprise that the way marketers and advertisers reach their audiences has dramatically shifted over the last few years – just look at the influx of new video content channels and tech advancements. Now we have brands trying to reach the eyes of their target consumer on TV, on their phones, on their tablets, in their apps… the list goes on.

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Why The Industry Needs To Embrace Transparency, Not Fear It

A proliferation of platforms and screens coupled with more sophisticated targeting techniques and technologies is driving a massive digital transformation for the creative ecosystem (brands, agencies and production vendors). As a result, exponentially more content needs to be created for these new platforms to support micro targeting and increase user engagement.

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Survey: Brands spending more on online video, less on TV ads

A majority of video production and marketing professionals (78 per cent) are seeing brands invest more in online and digital video ads compared to traditional TV spots, according to the 2018 Pulse of Video Industry survey published by StudioNow, a content production solution for marketers.

It appears that this shift to digital video ads has introduced a number of different challenges, including decreased budgets from brands, a surge in the amount of content that needs to be produced and questions about the best ways to leverage emerging technologies.

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New Technologies Bring Opportunities and Challenges for Marketers, Study Finds

78 percent of video production and marketing professionals are seeing brands invest more in online and digital video ads than in traditional TV spots, according to a survey from StudioNow, a provider of a content production solution for marketers.

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Is it Worth Investing on Video Content for Smaller Screens?

Yes! Brands are Increasing Investments in Online Video Content, Spending Less on Traditional TV Ads

A large majority of video production and marketing professionals (78 percent) are seeing brands invest more in online and digital video ads compared to traditional TV spots, according to the 2018 Pulse of Video Industry survey published by StudioNow, the leading content production solution for marketers. It appears that this shift to digital video ads has introduced a number of different challenges, including decreased budgets from brands, a surge in the amount of content that needs to be produced and questions about the best ways to leverage emerging technologies.

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Shifting Focus to a Smaller Screen: Brands are Increasing Investments in Online Video Content, Spending Less on Traditional TV Ads

StudioNow’s 2018 Pulse of Video Industry survey reveals marketing and advertising professionals’ perspectives on key industry trends

A large majority of video production and marketing professionals (78 percent) are seeing brands invest more in online and digital video ads compared to traditional TV spots, according to the 2018 Pulse of Video Industry survey published by StudioNow, the leading content production solution for marketers. It appears that this shift to digital video ads has introduced a number of different challenges, including decreased budgets from brands, a surge in the amount of content that needs to be produced and questions about the best ways to leverage emerging technologies.

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TechBytes with Ben Tyson, Senior Vice President, StudioNow

In their current state, video marketing platforms are gaining massive traction by virtue of a marketer’s need for analytics and measurement. To better understand this dynamic state of video technologies and the role of marketing teams in creating mobile-first video personalization, we spoke to Ben Tyson, Senior Vice President at StudioNow.

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Marketers Aren’t Preparing for the Repeal of Net Neutrality; Should They Be?

If all efforts to stop the repeal of net neutrality are unsuccessful—and there are a lot of legal activities taking place—it will go into effect in a couple of weeks, on April 23rd, and the way we’ve grown accustomed to consuming the Internet may be fundamentally altered. With the repeal of net neutrality, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) will have the power to influence loading speeds for specific websites or apps, and if it ends up being anything like that Burger King commercial portrayed it to be, many consumers will not be pleased with having to pay more to see their desired content.

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Top 4 tips to improve video marketing

From streaming services to user generated content, video continues to be an important piece of strategy for brands. The problem is that many brands don’t know how or don’t have the tools to use video to its best effect. Here are four tips to improve brands’ video strategy.

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Ad Age’s 2018 Industry Predictions

There are a growing number of options for hooking up big brands with middling or micro influencers, and more transparent marketplaces like StudioNow where brands can find creative and production help for projects.

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Invisible Hand Behind WPP Wednesday: Transparency

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“StudioNow, which focuses just on video production using a network of more than 10,000 production companies, also has seen a direct impact from the DOJ investigation, says CEO David Mason. Besides more marketers using its network, others simply use its online platform to handle bidding among their existing production houses, cutting agencies out of that loop.”

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