Posts Tagged ‘TV Ratings’

 

Popular Opinion and TV Network Decisions: Should Execs Chase the Money or the Public’s Good Graces?

TV network decisions are occupying more of the public eye than ever. Audiences are reacting to the decisions via social media, but how important is that?

 

TV Audience Measurement: Takeaways from ARF’s AudiencexScience 2018

Industry players weigh in on the challenges of standardizing TV audience measurement, especially across platforms, at the 2018 AudiencexScience conference.

 

Automated Content Recognition (ACR) Part 1: What Is It?

Automated Content Recognition (ACR) reveals whether an ad was on screen for specific viewers, which will help local TV sellers and buyers value ad buys.

 

Multigenerational Marketing: New Audiences for Old Programs

Long-running TV shows like Jeopardy appeal to everyone—not just grandparents. Learn why a multigenerational marketing approach makes sense for many shows.

 

Why Sweeps Week Might Soon Be Swept Away

Is Sweeps Week irrelevant to modern media buyers? In a world of addressable advertising, is there a better way to understand TV audiences?

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