Tagged television

asiCast 171: Nielsen and YouTube expand measurement to CTVs

Nielsen is expanding its CTV measurement of YouTube into 11 markets so it seems an appropriate time to find out a little more about what the new service will provide. Our Research Director Richard Marks talks with Deirdre Thomas, Chief Product Officer at Nielsen Audience Measurement. Richard explores with Deirdre… Read more

asiCast 170: Managing change in challenging times for the JICs

As the TV industry and the JICs it serves face a number of common challenges around the world, Richard Marks, asi’s Research Director, interviews the new CEO of OzTAM, Karen Halligan, about the integrated VOZ service introduced in Australia to the measurement of total TV at the beginning of the… Read more

asiCast 168: 2024 – a pivotal year for the global streamers

If 2023 proved to be a very problematic year for the rapidly-developing streaming market, then 2024 will prove to be pivotal as the major players seek to establish some stability and outline strategies to provide comfort to sceptical investors. In this asiCast, our Research Director Richard Marks discusses the prospects… Read more

Measurement challenges for new CEOs

The recent gathering of global specialists in audience measurement provided a valuable opportunity for the two newly-appointed CEOs of both Kantar and Nielsen to outline their current thinking in managing the complexity confronting the industry currently in interviews conducted by Omar Oakes, Editor in Chief of The Media Leader. The… Read more

asiCast 166: What’s in a name? Why media language matters

Evan Shapiro is one of the most reliable ‘must-read’ contributors to LinkedIn. When he recently published a piece called ‘What’s In, A Name?’ which highlighted the extent to which as an industry the media use language that simply confuses everyone, bells started ringing in asi’s offices. This was a subject… Read more

asiCast 165: What will be the consequences of Barb’s governance of CFlight?

CFlight provides total deduplicated reach and frequency analysis of both linear and on-demand broadcaster campaigns and was originally introduced into the UK market by Sky. A couple of years ago this service was extended to include other UK broadcasters and recently it was announced that the oversight and governance of… Read more

asiCast 164: Key takeaways from Cannes

Now the dust has started to settle after the frenzied activity generated each year at the Cannes Lions Festival, our Research Director, Richard Marks, asked Ian Whittaker of Liberty Sky Advisors for his key takeaways from the event. Having already commented on the extent to which this year seemed to… Read more

asiCast 163: The likely impact of the US writers’ and actors’ strikes

With actors joining writers and striking in the US, we thought it would be a good idea to touch base with our West Coast correspondent Guy Bisson of Ampere Analysis to explore some of the implications. Richard Marks, our Research Director, explores with Guy the main issues that are driving… Read more

A question of priorities – setting the industry agenda

Getting thoughts together for this year’s asi conferences in Nice it’s clear there are very many hot topics, themes and industry issues fighting for attention just now. We thought it would be helpful to highlight the key themes that we think are significant, broadly organised by topic. As you will… Read more

asiCast 155: ‘Fit for TV’ – Barb Audiences expands its scope

How should Barb extend its measurement to include quality content on video sharing platforms? This was the question at the heart of the industry consultation the company’s CEO Justin Sampson announced would be undertaken at our conference last November in Nice. In this interview, our Research Director Richard Marks explores… Read more