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Cost Per App Install Is 30 Percent Less Than Expected On Twitter, Lyft Says New ad program now open to all

Twitter is starting to sell app install ads to all, and the car service Lyft said that these campaigns cost 30 percent less to acquire a new customer than the…

June 30, 2014, 12:00 PM EDT

The New Video Ad Viewability Metric Is Drawing Scrutiny Advertisers not happy that impressions count after 2 seconds

The Media Rating Council today is adopting a viewability metric, or “currency,” for online video ads that defines when viewable display impressions count. It’s the industry’s first attempt to address…

June 30, 2014, 12:01 AM EDT

Horizon’s Marianne Gambelli Discusses Television, Programmatic and Life After NBC ‘It’s not just the TV Upfront anymore’

   Specs Who Marianne Gambelli New gig Evp, chief investment officer at Horizon Media Old gig President of advertising sales at NBC Age 54 How do you like being on the other side of the negotiating table? It’s…

June 29, 2014, 7:51 PM EDT

Foursquare Starts Selling All That Data Maps a business plan by charging developers

Foursquare is charging its largest Web partners for use of its location data, which a number of apps and Web services use for mapping needs. The New York tech company…

June 27, 2014, 12:59 PM EDT

Will Programmatic Advertising Take Over TV? Point, counter-point by Adweek experts

Illustration: Alvaro Dominguez YES Who needs ratings when you can buy TV impressions? All you need is a defined audience, the ability to deliver an ad wherever a person is viewing and…

June 24, 2014, 6:08 AM EDT

Google's Acquisition Shows It's Hungry for More Digital Video Advertising Buys mDialog to serve promos across screens

Google is buying mDialog, a small player in the digital video ad space to add to the search giant's DoubleClick collection. Canada-based mDialog provides technology to major media companies such as…

June 19, 2014, 1:45 PM EDT

New Software Disrupts Old Way Of Buying TV Ad Time Cox, Google, ad tech players embrace programmatic

A new advertising platform is set to inject automation into the buying of television commercials, thereby replacing the mechanics of an industry that still sells ads the old-fashioned way. Software company…

June 17, 2014, 12:52 PM EDT

Facebook Is Beginning to Look Like a Bona Fide Online Ad Network Web interest targeting is a step toward Google's biz model

Now that Facebook will include users’ Web behavior to fine-tune targeting, it’s only a matter of time before it expands its ad network to outside publishers, according to marketing experts. Facebook…

June 16, 2014, 6:00 AM EDT

Horizon Media Can Now Buy Programmatic Ads Based on Engagement Forget CPMs, thanks to True[X] deal

Horizon Media is working with True[X] to programmatically buy ads for its clients where engagement metrics—such as video views, social media likes/shares, clicks, submitted survey forms, etc.—are the "currency," in…

June 12, 2014, 2:25 PM EDT

Newcastle Reveals the Secrets of Facebook Advertising Plans Fourth of July brand blitz

If you have no TV ad budget, would all-digital work? Newcastle Brown Ale would argue yes—digital content is just as effective if not more effective. The Heineken-owned beer brand only advertises…

June 10, 2014, 5:50 PM EDT

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