At the Consumer Electronics Show, currently taking place in Las Vegas, Audible Magic announced that it has set up several partnerships to roll out advanced television advertising solutions, including interactive advertising.
Audible Magic, specialists in automated content recognition (ACR) solutions and services, has joined with several partners to roll out advanced television advertising solutions including interactive and addressable advertising across smart televisions, set-top boxes and second screen devices.
Interactive advertising solutions use the company’s SmartID ACR technology to identify ads in real-time watched by users on TV and then, in real time, display supplemental, promotional and informational options. SmartID ACR technology also power’s Audible Magic’s solution for addressable advertising, which makes possible personalization of television advertising using ad identification and replacement.
Both brand and direct response advertisers benefit from these solutions from companies that have embedded the SmartID technology into their products and services. Solutions from
“Transforming television advertising from a fascinating concept into a pervasive and valuable reality is an enormous challenge for many companies today,”” said Jay Friedman, VP of Marketing, Audible Magic. “”When companies can team together as we have with our partners, the challenges simply become more and more manageable. The widespread adoption of interactive advertising could be a case of the future arriving well ahead of expectations.””
Other Audible Magic technologies and solutions to be on display at CES include Audini, the company’s browser-based ACR solution, and Live TViD, its platform to synchronize events to television programming.
Product of the Day7 days ago
Naspers invests R42-m in public transport
Product of the Day6 days ago
Opera launches Hype in SA
People 'n' Privacy6 days ago
POPI is NOT coming to get you
People 'n' Issues6 days ago
Loyalty points get tax break
Stream of the Day7 days ago
E3: What to expect from Ubisoft Forward
Stream of the Day6 days ago
Square Enix summer showcase comes to E3
Cybersecurity5 days ago
Biometrics set to replace passwords
People 'n' Issues5 days ago
SA needs national strategy for digital public service