NBCUniversal Will Unite Linear and Digital Ad Inventory With ‘One Platform’ Offering

Will be available in time for this year’s upfront

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In its biggest step yet to streamline advertising buys across all of its various platforms, NBCUniversal will soon unite its linear and digital inventory via a single tool.

The new offering, One Platform, will enable NBCUniversal to sell its ad inventory across all screens, the company said Tuesday at CES. Previously, it used separate tools to transact linear and digital advertising.

It will take NBCU three years to complete the new platform, but the company said an iteration of One Platform will be up and running in time for this year’s upfront.

Going forward, buyers will be able to use One Platform to create one plan across all NBCUniversal’s linear and digital offerings (including its Peacock streaming service, set to debut in April).



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