Video was a big topic in this week’s industry news, as Twitter and Instagram introduce new offerings, and YouTube released its monthly ... read more
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Display is a long way from dead. In fact, new technology is making it possible for traditional display to be more beautiful and engaging than ever with the introduction of hyper-targeted video.
The IAB's recent update to its current cannon of industry standards and guidelines encourages cross-screen advertising. However, the need to optimize creative still remains.
Amazon is going to ditch Adobe Flash, a move driven by recent browser-setting updates from Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Apple Safari.
Advertisers have long used Flash to make interactive ads online, but the IAB is going to ditch Flash for HTML5 as the new industry standard.
An industry report shows that in the first quarter of 2015, HTML5 outperformed Flash ads by 400 percent in terms of interaction rate, and the latter resulted in 5.35 billion wasted rich media ad impressions. How to solve this mobile advertising problem?
Google Chrome has introduced a feature that automatically pauses Adobe Flash videos deemed extraneous to the browsing experience, which will silence many auto play ads.
While discussing mobile measurement at the IAB Marketplace, George Ivie, CEO of the Media Rating Council, said standards regarding viewability haven't yet caught up to mobile technology.
Pepsi has created an interactive video as part of its campaign for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which kicks off in Brazil in June. While the asset allows viewers to click through for additional content, experts say it may have missed some engagement opportunities.