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Monetization Models in Digital Broadcasting: YouTube vs. Professional CTV Platforms

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital broadcasting, content creators and broadcasters are constantly seeking viable monetization models. YouTube, known for its cost-free net revenue earnings platform, has revolutionized the way individual creators monetize their content. However, when it comes to…

The Future of Programmatic Ad Trading in Streaming TV is short: A Balancing Act for Sustainability

In the rapidly evolving world of digital advertising, programmatic ad trading platforms have revolutionized the way ads are bought and sold. By automating the process, these platforms have brought efficiency and scale to the advertising ecosystem. However, as the industry…

Too FAST ….. no BRAKES

The FAST (Free Ad-Supported Streaming TV) industry is experiencing a surge reminiscent of the dotcom boom of the late 1990s. Much like the early internet companies, many FAST channels are focusing more on raising capital than on generating revenue. This…

Revenue Shares in FAST Channels – STOP – drive your premium content confidently

In the burgeoning world of Free Ad-Supported Streaming TV (FAST) channels, a pressing issue has emerged: the distribution of ad-generated revenue is heavily skewed, leaving premium content owners with less than 10% of every ad dollar https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/new-omdia-data-reveals-global-fast-channel-revenues-will-reach-12bn-in-2027-301729416.html. This imbalance poses…

The Future of CTV – FAST Channels and AVOD will only survive on integrated platforms that mirror the success of YouTube, Spotify and Twitch

The future of CTV - In the ever-evolving realm of television, the future is undeniably platform-driven, promising ubiquitous accessibility for viewers worldwide. Connected TV (CTV) stands at the forefront of this transformation, poised to revolutionize the way linear broadcasters, video…

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