Half Of The Most Shared Olympics Ads Of All Time Come From The Rio Games

Paralympics promo from British broadcaster Channel 4 takes gold in Rio as ads from Under Armour, Nike and P&G also make the all-time top 10

Monday, August 22, 2016 – Half of the top 10 most shared Olympic ads of all time come from the Rio Games.

That’s according to data released today by video ad tech company Unruly, which puts ads from British broadcaster Channel 4, Under Armour, Nike and P&G in the all-time chart.

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Launch Of Unruly Pulse Tracks Emotional Trends Of Australian Video Advertising

  • Unruly Pulse provides marketers with comparative, data-driven insight into the cultural, seasonal and demographic drivers of video engagement;
  • Data finds Australian consumers are twice as likely to be saddened by ads than the global average viewer

SYDNEY – Thursday, August 11, 2016 – Australian viewers are twice as likely to cry when watching an ad than the rest of the world.

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Tribute To Paralympians Leads Most Shared Olympic Ads Race

  • British broadcaster Channel 4’s ‘We’re The Superhumans’ is Second Most Shared Olympics Ad of All Time
  • P&G in 4th After Winning Gold At Last Two Olympic Games

August 3, 2016 – Channel 4, the British broadcaster airing the Paralympics, leads the way in the race to become the most shared Olympic ad of 2016.

According to data compiled by video ad tech company Unruly, C4’s “We’re The Superhumans” has generated 1,256,567 shares across social media since its release on July 14, putting it well ahead of Under Armour’s “Rule Yourself” spot featuring US swimmer Michael Phelps, in silver position (308,000 shares).

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Unruly Launches Dashboard In Japan Which Tracks Emotional Trends Of Video Advertising

  • Unruly provides Japanese marketers with comparative data-driven insight into the cultural, seasonal and demographic drivers of video engagement; advertisers can also compare brand metrics with competitors

  • Data finds Japanese consumers among the hardest audiences to engage in the world – viewers in Japan are less likely have a strong emotional response to video advertising

TOKYO, Friday, July 29 – Japanese consumers are among the hardest to engage emotionally using video advertising. That’s according to data from Unruly Pulse – a new dashboard launched in beta today by video ad tech company Unruly.

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Unruly Launches Lab To Help APAC Advertisers And Publishers Beat The Ad Blockers

  • Unruly launches Future Video Lab at its APAC HQ in Singapore; survey finds 90% of APAC consumers would consider using ad blocking software
  • New Lab to provide consumer insight – audiences in Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines 3x more likely to have an emotional reaction to ads than Singapore

SINGAPORE – July 28, 2016 – Video ad tech company Unruly has launched a new video lab designed to help advertisers and publishers harness the power of emotions and embrace polite ad formats in order to combat the rise in ad blocking software.

A recent survey from the video ad tech company found that 90% of APAC consumers (source: Unruly Future Survey) would consider using software to block adverts online because they feel there are too many ads and they find them “creepy”.

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New Era Of Transparency In Digital Advertising As Unruly Included In First Hundred Companies Approved For TAG Registry

Initial Companies to Receive TAG-ID Include American Express, AOL, AppNexus, Bloomberg, Disney, Facebook, Forbes, Google, GroupM, Horizon Media, Index Exchange, IPG, McDonald’s, NBCUniversal, Omnicom, OpenX, Publicis, Rubicon Project, Time Warner Cable, Viacom, Unruly, Warner Bros., Weather Company, WPP, Yahoo, Ziff Davis

WASHINGTON, DC – July 26, 2016 – The Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG), an advertising industry initiative to fight criminal activity in the digital advertising supply chain, today opened a new era of transparency in digital advertising as it announced the first hundred companies to be approved for participation in the TAG Registry.

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Nike’s ‘The Switch’ Is Most Shared Ad Of Euro 2016

Nike’s ‘The Switch’ is the most shared video ad from Euro 2016, according to new data released today by Unruly.

The video ad tech company has released a list of the top 10 Euro 2016 ads, ranked by the number of times they have been shared across social media.

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Unruly Working With The Wall Street Journal On Outstream Viewable Video Ad Formats

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In-Article Format Injects Video Ads Within Editorial Content on WSJ.com, Providing High-Performance Video Format in Premium, Relevant Contexts

NEW YORK – June 30, 2016 – Advertisers on The Wall Street Journal’s website can now purchase outstream video ad formats, which create new premium video ad inventory within WSJ.com’s article pages.

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Unruly Scales US Commercial Leadership To Meet Growing Outstream And Programmatic Video Demand

Omnicom Media Group Veteran Jeff Minsky Joins Video Ad Tech Company To Help Brands Future-Proof Their Video Strategy

NEW YORK – June 30, 2016 – Video ad tech company Unruly today announces three new senior hires to its rapidly expanding US commercial team.

Jeff Minsky and Steven Sottile join the video ad tech company as SVP Agency & Client Development and SVP, Sales, US, respectively, while Seho Lee joins as VP Programmatic Sales, US. All will be based in the company’s New York office. Sottile and Minsky will report directly into Unruly co-CEO Scott Button, while Lee will report into Sottile. All three bring industry expertise across all areas of video buying – brands, agencies and DSPs.

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Unruly, News Corp And Moat Partner To Bring Viewable Vertical Video To Advertisers

  • New mobile ad format launches on The Sun and The New York Post, with attention measurement from Moat

  • Unruly data shows quarter of consumers watch more than 10 videos a week on their phones; 53% of people are annoyed by having to turn their phone horizontally to watch videos

LONDON, NEW YORK – June 20, 2016 – Advertisers can now run viewable vertical video campaigns across News Corp titles thanks to a new mobile format launched at an event held at Cannes Lions today by News Corp and video ad tech company Unruly.

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