New York Times Shows Growth Everywhere But Advertising

adexchanger | February 06, 2020

The New York Times posted strong results stemming from digital subscriptions; Facebook licensing revenue; its new TV show, The Weekly; Wirecutter and its Crossword and Cooking apps. But advertising wasn’t a bright spot. Coming off a tough comparison quarter, advertising declined 10.7% year-over-year to $171.3 million. Advertising accounts for one-third of total revenue. Overall Q4 revenue rose 1.1% as the Times’ two other revenue categories grew, offsetting advertising’s decline. Subscriptions grew 4.5% to $275.3 million. And “other” revenue, which includes new Facebook licensing revenue, The Weekly TV show and Wirecutter, grew 30% to $61.8 million.

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In 2022, as marketers meet audiences where they are, they are increasingly on the pages of individual creators. TikTok influencers, Reels creators, and YouTube personalities are dominating digital engagement, creating and producing consistent, high-quality content that rivals major brands.

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In 2022, as marketers meet audiences where they are, they are increasingly on the pages of individual creators. TikTok influencers, Reels creators, and YouTube personalities are dominating digital engagement, creating and producing consistent, high-quality content that rivals major brands.

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MobileFuse Unveils New Ad Tools to Help Boost Revenue

MobileFuse | January 02, 2023

MobileFuse, a leading digital advertising platform, has released a new mobile software development kit (SDK), mediation adapters, and a proprietary video player. These tools are designed to reduce friction and allow mobile app publishers and mediation platforms to access MobileFuse's premium inventory and increase revenue. This will help mobile app publishers and mediation platforms because it will give them access to MobileFuse's premium inventory and cut down on the costs of making their own tools. The MobileFuse SDK has reportedly allowed publishing partners to double fill rates and increase eCPMs by 20% or more. The SDK has duoBid, which lets advertisers run video ads in larger static banner inventory. It also has a proprietary video player with full VAST capabilities, support for rich media, lightweight technology, and support for the latest mobile technologies. With the help of these tools, publishers and mediation platforms have been able to make a lot more money and make more money from what they make. MobileFuse's SDK, integrated through an AppLovin MAX Custom Adapter, has yielded immediate success for our app. The SDK is generating higher fill rates, eCPM, CTR, and five times more revenue on a similar amount of bid requests than our oRTB connection. The implementation process was easy, and their team was responsive and always willing to help along the way." Amy Nicole Hernandez, CFO and VP of Business Operations at TextMe The SDK is the only way to get the proprietary video player, and the mediation adapters make it easier to connect to leading mediation platforms. With the SDK, publishers can also take advantage of the duoBid video ad-serving platform. About MobileFuse MobileFuse is a leading in-app advertising and CTV platform. In a variety of verticals, the company serves leading brands, agencies, bidders, and app developers. MobileFuse empowers its clients by reaching highly curated and receptive audiences through innovative solutions that combine location-based in-app and CTV exchanges, moments-based targeting, patented location verification, custom creative, and data-driven insights. MobileFuse, which was founded in 2009, is headquartered in New York City and has offices throughout the United States. The company will be carbon-negative by 2022.

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DeepIntent Reports Strong YoY Growth as Healthcare Marketers Invest in Digital Channels

DeepIntent | January 12, 2023

DeepIntent, the leading healthcare advertising technology firm designed to influence improved patient health and business results, accomplished a key milestone, attaining growth for the fifth straight year and a triple-digit growth rate across CTV campaigns. The firm added more than 100 employees in 2022, outpacing the expansion of the healthcare advertising industry as a whole, as pharmaceutical marketers increasingly embraced digital advertising, notably on CTV. In 2022, CTV spending on DeepIntent's demand-side platform grew by a factor of three, making it one of the fastest-growing channels for most pharmaceutical companies using the DeepIntent Healthcare Advertising Platform. In the last year, DeepIntent has released several innovations that blend data and technology to increase the efficacy of campaigns. For example, using the patented technology of DeepIntent OutcomesTM, DeepIntent became the first demand-side platform to provide a patient reach guarantee in May of last year. Founder and CEO of DeepIntent, Chris Paquette, said, "As we enter our seventh year as a company, DeepIntent has become more than the DSP of choice for healthcare marketers. Building upon our capabilities for campaign planning, activation, measurement, and optimization, we've made a number of strategic investments to keep that momentum going as we continue to lead pharma into the future." (Source: Cision PR Newswire) Additional achievements of DeepIntent in 2022 include the following: Employing its first Chief Operating Officer, Amit Chaturvedi, who expanded revenues by more than tenfold at WarnerMedia, to integrate and grow DeepIntent's sales, client success, campaign management, and business development teams Hosting a first-of-its-kind summit, "Innovating with Intent," on the future of CTV for healthcare marketers Integration with LG Ads Solutions' real-time ACR data store covers over 30 million LG smart TVs in the US. Winning multiple awards from PM360, which named Chris Paquette CEO of the Year and DeepIntent's Audience Marketplace one of the most innovative products of 2022. About DeepIntent DeepIntent leads the healthcare advertising business with data-driven, future-proof solutions. DeepIntent's technology, designed specifically for healthcare marketers, is proven to increase audience quality and script performance. Marketers can plan, monitor, activate, and optimize campaigns from a single platform. The company, conceived by former Memorial Sloan Kettering data scientists, enables nine of the top ten pharmaceutical companies and primary healthcare advertising agencies to enhance patient outcomes via the innovative use of advertising, data science, and real-world health data.

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Yieldmo and IRIS.TV Announce Smart Data Partnership to Drive Superior Advertising Outcomes

Yieldmo, IRIS.TV | November 10, 2022

Yieldmo, the smart advertising exchange that differentiates and enhances the value of ad inventory for buyers and sellers, today announced an agreement to collaborate with IRIS.TV, the only data platform built for video, increasing publisher and buyer adoption of contextually enriched CTV. This partnership offering includes omnichannel contextual curation to buyers across CTV, OLV, and display advertising from leading independent data companies. “This partnership is an important next step in demonstrating the way contextual and brand safety tools can overlap to enhance the media buying experience on CTV,” commented Jeremy Steinberg, Chief Revenue Officer & GM, Exchange, Yieldmo. “For years, Yieldmo has been building its ability to use combinations of smart signals and behaviors to predict an outcome, and then optimize the campaign toward the inventory that meets those outcomes. We’re excited to bring these same smart capabilities to new environments like CTV and beyond.” This partnership – due to launch early next year – will introduce Yieldmo’s Smart Signals and Smart Data Curation to CTV and omnichannel video efficient and effective deal-based packaging. The partnership will also support curation via IRIS.TV data partners, such as Oracle Advertising, Kerv, Pixability, and more, enabling contextual and brand safety targeting options from leading independent CTV data companies. By combining these options with Yieldmo’s unique data and format capabilities, advertisers will be able to drive better outcomes from their campaigns. “Yieldmo’s AI capabilities and contextual data reveal high-value and high-performing inventory to advertisers. IRIS.TV ingests and normalizes video-level content data by assigning each video with an anonymized IRIS_ID, which acts as a content identifier for videos that supports various planning, targeting, verification, and measurement use cases,“ said Field Garthwaite, CEO and Co-Founder, IRIS.TV. “Yieldmo’s AI capabilities and contextual data reveal high-value and high-performing inventory to advertisers. IRIS.TV ingests and normalizes video-level content data by assigning each video with an anonymized IRIS_ID, which acts as a content identifier for videos that supports various planning, targeting, verification, and measurement use cases,“ said Field Garthwaite, CEO and Co-Founder, IRIS.TV. “We are excited to partner with Yieldmo to integrate our technology in their smart exchange.” About Yieldmo Yieldmo is an advertising technology company that operates a smart exchange that differentiates and enhances the value of ad inventory for buyers and sellers. As a leader in contextual analytics, real time technology, and digital formats, we create, measure, model, and optimize campaigns for unmatched scale and performance. By understanding how each unique impression behaves and looking for patterns and performance in real time, we can drive real performance gains without relying on audience data. Visit www.yieldmo.com to learn more. About IRIS.TV IRIS.TV is the only data platform built for video. We provide video data connectivity to enable better viewing experiences and advertising outcomes. For CTV and online video, we structure, connect, and activate the world’s video-level data. Since 2013, we’ve enabled our partners to build scalable solutions on top of our platform for video-level contextual and brand-safe ad targeting, verification, planning, measurement, and video recommendations. For more information, visit www.iris.tv.

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