Despite being the world's largest music-streaming platform, Spotify is not profitable. Its recent move into the video space illustrates mobile video ads' valuable future.
Because consumers have come to expect personalized marketing, in the future, it will be key for brands to incorporate personalization in programmatic, wearables and branded content.
Traditional cable companies are in trouble as more people forego traditional TV-watching for streaming digital video from providers like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon.
Right after its acquisition by Verizon, AOL has enhanced its programmatic platform to help marketers not only target mobile app users, but attribute the effect of other mediums on those campaigns.
Telecom giant Verizon has agreed to buy AOL in a $4.4 billion deal. How might this move change the mobile video and programmatic landscape?
At NewFronts 2015, AOL launched a new series of year-round video offerings from actors like James Franco and Jared Leto, as well as NBC in conjunction with its new One by AOL ad platform.
AOL's ONE, an open, unified programmatic platform, will allow advertisers to optimize against various screens, formats, and inventory types.
A recent photo of an optical illusion has sparked a huge debate across the Internet as to whether a dress is white and gold or black and blue. Many brands have taken to Twitter to join the fun.
By bringing programmatic buying in-house and having their own data management platforms, brands like Allstate and Netflix are able to exercise total control over their user data.
In this video interview, Erika Nardini, chief marketing officer of AOL, shares why "barbell strategy" is so important to AOL, and how the media company unifies programmatic products.