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  • Electric Advertising: Q&A with Adrian Keen, InstaVolt

    Amid the furore of the pandemic, last year it was announced that new petrol and diesel cars will no longer be sold in the UK from 2030 onwards, with similar measures imposed by nations including Canada, France, Norway, and the [...]

  • IPA Bellwether Report Q2 2021: Budgets Increase for First Time Since 2019

    The IPA Bellwether Report Q2 2021, released today 15th July 2021, has revealed that total marketing budgets across the United Kingdom increased for the first time since Q4 2019, rising by a net balance of 6% across surveyed companies. This [...]

  • 2021 Predictions: OOH

    With consumers around the world confined to their homes, and few venturing outdoors, 2020 looked disastrous for out-of-home (OOH) advertising. Yet, despite the pessimistic outlook, OOH proved resilient, and adapted to the landscape with agility and flexibility. Now, many OOH [...]

  • New Huawei Ban May Disrupt Tech Supply Chain; Havas Becomes First Agency to Join Prebid

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: experts warn that new restrictions imposed by the US government against Huawei could disrupt the global tech supply chain; Havas Media Group becomes the first media agency to join Prebid; and JCDecaux launches a new [...]

  • Clear Channel Brings Smart Billboards to Europe; AANA and Ad Standards Merge

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: OOH giant Clear Channel Outdoor announces its bringing its RADAR offering to Europe; Australian industry bodies AANA and Ad Standards combine; and the Evening Standard prepares for a restructure to focus on building its digital [...]

  • Australian OOH Sees Recovery; US Ad Demand Fuelled by DTCs

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the globe. In this edition: OOH sees signs of recovery in Australia; research finds ad demand from DTCs is up in the US; DSPs have [...]

  • OOH Sees Recovery in Australia; Programmatic Demand Shifts from Linear to CTV

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: out-of-home advertising begins to recover in Australia; analysts find programmatic buying demand is shifting towards CTV from linear; and Disney Advertising Sales opts for virtual video pitches to media agencies.   OOH sees recovery in Australia Out-of-home (OOH) [...]

  • Why 'Business as Usual' is Not the Answer for OOH

    Niklas Bakos (pictured below), CEO of Adverty, writes exclusively for ExchangeWire about how the economic downturn caused by the Coronavirus is impacting out-of-home (OOH) advertising, and how gaming can help the sector weather the pandemic. When lockdown started in most places, [...]

  • Disney+ Global Subscriptions Balloon to 50 Million; CNN Acquires Canopy

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: global subscriptions to Disney’s new streaming service soar to 50 million; news broadcaster CNN acquires content personalisation start-up Canopy as part of “NewsCo”; and HT&E buys 11 million shares in fellow media company Ooh Media.   Disney+ [...]

  • Google Reverses Cookie Changes; Australian OOH Revenue Down 2.6%

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: Google announces its plans to temporarily suspend and reverse its changes to cookies; Australian OOH revenue down almost 2.6% compared to Q1 2019; and location platform Foursquare merges with location-based marketing tool Factual. Google temporarily reverses [...]