With technology providing numerous options for consumer access to content, we collectively have the responsibility to safeguard consumers and the brands we work.View Latest Updates
Business Insider estimates ad blocking could cost digital media companies $10 billion this year. Dive into the issue with our collection of resources and primers, or keep an eye on the latest updates.View Latest Updates
eMarketer predicts most mobile display and video ad dollars will be automated by 2018. We understand the impact and have curated a list of resources and learning opportunities.View Latest Updates
Explore the issue and discussions of media transparency (or media buying practices). Since 2015, this has continued to be a central point of discussion between agencies and advertisers.View Latest Updates
Integral Ad Science surveyed digital ad professionals to learn how the challenges they face will drive change in the digital advertising industry.
Kantar discusses media and digital predictions for 2019.
On April 27th Google announced that as of May 25th, the Doubleclick User ID would no longer be available in data transfer reporting from its Ad Server (DCM) and its DSP (DBM) for users in the European Economic Area. Google will also remove cookie IDs and User list names from data transfer from its exchange (AdX). Eventually this will roll out globally.
Today, at its Accelerate conference in Miami, the 4A’s, the leading trade organization for marketing communication agencies, announced the formation of the Advertiser Protection Bureau (APB). Through this bureau, agencies will share the collective responsibility of achieving Advertising Assurance, which is how the association defines its efforts to enforce environments where brands and consumers can coexist with trust.
On Monday, March 19, 2018, nearly 100 senior level executives from across the industry gathered at the 4A’s Advertising Assurance Forum held at Horizon Media’s offices in New York City.
The 4A’s Member Code of Conduct (formerly known as the 4A’s Standards of Practice) sets forth core principles, best practices and guidelines to which 4A’s members agree and adhere.
This white paper, prepared by the 4A’s Media Measurement Committee, the Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement (CIMM) and Sequent Partners, looks at offerings from the prominent providers in digital, cross-platform, multi-touch and television attribution, and marketing mix modeling, using comparable criteria.
More than 250 marketing professionals gathered at the 4A’s 5th annual Data Summit, a one-day event that brought together leaders from brands, agencies, media outlets and data firms. In this report, we highlight topics covered at the event — including unconventional uses of data, preparing for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, cross-device measurement and targeting, and upcoming industry standards.
The Media Leadership Council (MLC) of the 4A’s is issuing this Fair Play Charter to its members as guidance and agreement to fair and equitable treatment to owners of minority-owned and -targeted media. Fair Play represents a recommitment to nondiscriminatory practices in media buying process.
The one-day summit brings together leaders from brands, agencies, media outlets and data firms like Bank of America, Air Canada, GroupM, Cadreon, Google, Facebook, Viacom, Domo and Deep Root Analytics to discuss everything from smart data and programmatic to cross-device implications and opportunities afforded by AI.
The 4A’s and the Television Bureau of Advertising (TVB) have come together to propose a change to Nielsen’s published data streams that will better approximate daily consumer consumption and capture more delayed viewing behavior.
This communication serves to notify the local buying community and partners of the 4A’s, of our combined point of view, and proposes that the 4A’s will formally request Nielsen to change the local data streams in 2018.