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  • China's Programmatic Buying Small But Growing; Most Agree AU Digital Ad Trading Should Be More Transparent

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: China’s programmatic buying small, but growing; Most agree AU digital ad trading should be more transparent; Kiosked invests in APAC expansion; Dentsu Aegis Network inks partnership with York Butter Factory; and Amobee lures Asia exec from Millennial Media.

    China’s programmatic buying small, but growing

    Spend on online display ads in China will hit USD$14bn (£9.9bn) this year, with [...]

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  • Half of ANZ Firms Don't Understand Customer Journey; Dentsu Aegis Acquires China's VeryStar

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sum up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: Half of ANZ firms don’t understand customer journey; Dentsu Aegis acquires China’s VeryStar; Radio ads climb in metro AU; Mobile Embrace expands into Singapore & Malaysia; Singapore ad firm unveils programmatic platform; and Oracle Marketing Cloud powers SEA e-commerce platform.

    Half of ANZ firms don’t understand customer journey

    Just half of organisations in Australia and New Zealand say they [...]

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  • European Digital Ad Spend Surpasses TV; 57% Ads In-View in Q1 2016

    ExchangeWire Research’s weekly roundup brings you up-to-date research findings from around the world, with additional insight provided by Rebecca Muir, head of research and analysis, ExchangeWire. In this week’s edition: Digital ad spend grew by 13.1% in 2015; Improvement in quality of online advertising; Mobile to dominate UK e-commerce; UK average CPM second-highest in Europe. 

    Record Spend for European Digital Advertising in 2015

    European online advertising has finally surpassed TV ad spend. According to the IAB’s AdEx Benchmark 2015, online advertising [...]

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  • Now & Next: Malvertising

    Now & Next is a feature written by the ExchangeWire Research team. Every four weeks, we review the latest research, provide impartial insight and analysis of current trends and provide predictions for the future of advertising and marketing technology. This feature focuses on malvertising.

    What started out as bad-taste pranks by computer geeks in the early days of the internet, has long become a million-dollar business, that is not only directed at the public in general, going beyond specifically targeted governments or individuals [...]

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  • Denakop & Adsolut Announce Joint Venture; DMP Navegg Closes Branding Deal with Friboi  

    This week’s RoundUp in Latin America covers a new joint venture formed by two local startups in Brazil: the Ad Network Denakop and the digital agency Adsolut; details of a deal that DMP Navegg closed with a food company, Friboi, applying automation and analytics in their branding initiative ‘Beef Academy’; and the confirmation of Grupo ABC’s acquisition by Omnicom through Brazilian regulators.

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  • Wego Goes Mobile Native in APAC; Tremor Looks to Fill Ad Tech Gap in NZ

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: Wego.com goes mobile native in APAC; Tremor Video looks to fill ad tech gap in NZ; Dentsu launches programmatic audio; AsiaMX unveils programmatic TV ad exchange; and Sizmek beefs up SEA programmatic team.

    Wego.com goes mobile native in APAC

    The travel search platform has launched its native advertising offerings for mobile devices in the Asia-Pacific and Middle East [...]

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  • No RTB Means Prices Can Be Controlled in Programmatic TV

    While real-time bidding is a common feature in most programmatic ad transactions, it is typically not deployed in programmatic TV, which allows broadcasters to decide how they want to package their inventory.

    There were initial concerns among broadcasters in Asia-Pacific that programmatic could commoditise inventory, acknowledges Nick Chuah, chief commercial officer of AsiaMX, which just launched its programmatic TV ad exchange. RTB had driven down prices in the digital media industry and there were fears it could do the same [...]

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  • AOL Announces Self-Serve TV Ad-Buying Solution; Gameloft & Mediasmart Partner Up

    ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Self-serve TV ad-buying solution by AOL; Gameloft and Mediasmart partner up; Strategic partnership for Ligatus and AppNexus; Bob Lord joins IBM; Exterion partners with Beyond Analysis; and Sizmek releases MDX-NXT.

    AOL Launches Self-Serve Programmatic TV Ad Buying

    AOL leaves manual TV ad-buying behind. The media company has just announced a new self-serve TV ad-buying solution as part of their ONE platform.

    The move to [...]

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  • Adblock Plus Defeats Publisher in Court; Facebook Instant Articles Gets Video Ads

    ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Publishers lose again against Adblock Plus; Video ads for Facebook Instant Articles; AMP-compliant header bidding solution by Rubicon Project; and LiveRail’s past and future.

    Adblock Plus wins court case

    A slap in the face for publishers? In an action taken against Eyeo, the makers of Adblock Plus, a district court in Southern Germany has ruled that the distribution of adblocking software is legal. The [...]

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  • Publicis Media Reshuffled; PubMatic UK Appoints Paul Gubbins

    ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Publicis Media reveals new structure; New country manager for PubMatic UK; AppNexus announces video SSP; AerServ and Pixalate cooperate; and Fyber releases ad server.

    Organisational shakeup at Publicis

    Publicis Media‘s reshuffling is complete. Announced a few months ago by Publicis Groupe’s CEO, Maurice Lévy, the French media group has now centralised its previously six agencies into four global brands, streamlining the company into what [...]

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