AOL Clients Can Now Access Highly Viewable Video Impression On Premium Publishers Including News.com.au, The Wall Street Journal and The Sun
SINGAPORE & SYDNEY – April 4, 2017 – AOL clients can now access 1 billion more monthly viewable video impressions through a new partnership with video ad technology company Unruly. The partnership brings new, premium outstream video ad opportunities to AOL’s advertising clients and gives Unruly’s publishers access to additional advertisers through the ONE by AOL platform.
Video ad tech company Unruly hosted marketing and ad tech accelerator Collider’s annual Demo Day this week.
The most exciting madtech startups in the UK pitched to brands and investors at Unruly’s London HQ as part of a new partnership between the two companies, which they hope will inspire the next big thing in the industry.
Amsterdam, Wednesday 8 March 2017: Today, Inspiring Fifty reveals the names of the fifty most inspiring women European technology in 2017. Inspiring Fifty is an not-for-profit that aims to increase diversity in technology by making female role models more visible.
Recent ground breaking research by Microsoft shows that girls cited a lack of female role models in STEM as key reason they didn’t follow a career in the sector. That underlines the importance of making role models more visible and inspire others to become active role models too.
Video Ad Tech Company’s New Video Targeting Tool Uses Watson Cognitive Computing To Help Increase Sales From Online Consumers Down Under
SYDNEY – February 21st, 2017 – Video ad tech company Unruly has turned to IBM Watson to create a new cognitive-powered psychographic targeting tool to increase the effectiveness of Australian video ads.
SINGAPORE, February 16 – The Trade Desk, Inc., a leading demand-side platform in global advertising, today announced that it is entering the Indonesian market, its sixth office in the Asia-Pacific and Japan region.
The company said the explosive growth of the Indonesian digital advertising market meant the time was ripe to open a dedicated office. The Trade Desk also said it has secured partnerships in Indonesia with Unruly, Grapeshot, Spotify, Tapad, and Mobilewalla.
Video Ad Tech Company Ranks Super Bowl Ads Using Unruly EQ Score, A New Metric Which Measures Social, Emotional and Business Impact Of Online Ads
NEW YORK, LONDON – February 9, 2017 – Hyundai’s “A Better Super Bowl” is the most effective ad from this year’s Super Bowl, according to new data released today by video ad tech company Unruly.
News UK’s News Academy is shaking up its annual journalism summer school to incorporate budding designers and developers to work alongside journalists.
In a change from the print newspaper created in a week by previous students, this year 15 aspiring young digital journalists will be working alongside 10 budding developers and designers to produce a multimedia digital news product.
- Fourth Time Beer Brand Has Topped Super Bowl Chart In Five Years, But Online Shares Down By Half From Previous Year
NEW YORK, LONDON, SYDNEY, SINGAPORE – February 6, 2017 – Budweiser’s “#BornTheHardWay” is the most shared ad of the 2017 Super Bowl, according to data released today by video ad tech company Unruly.
The beer brand’s 60-second commercial, which tells the story of its founder Adolphus Busch’s harrowing journey from Germany to America and his fateful meeting with fellow immigrant Eberhard Anheuser, has attracted a total of 435,892 shares across social media, ahead of Mr Clean’s second-placed “Cleaner of Your Dreams” (226,767).
- Unruly Pulse™ provides marketers with comparative, data-driven insight into the cultural, seasonal and demographic drivers of video engagement
- Data finds that Indian audiences are the most likely to buy a product after watching a video ad, with a reported purchase intent of 69%
MUMBAI / NEW DELHI – Friday, January 13, 2017 – Indian consumers are the most likely to purchase a product after watching a video ad.
Unruly Launches Super Bowl 50 Study, Shows Advertisers Did Not Create Ads With Strong Emotional Impact
NEW YORK – January 11, 2016 – Online engagement with Super Bowl 50 ads dropped nearly 20% from the previous year, according to new data launched today by video ad tech company Unruly.
Unruly’s Science of Sharing: Super Bowl 50 study shows that shares of Super Bowl 2016 ads across social media fell from 9.03M in 2015 to 7.84M last year – a drop of 17%.