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Everything we know about the media, marketing and advertising business is being completely upended thanks to technology and data. We're talking with some of the top industry leaders as they steer their companies through constant change.... Show More

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October 21, 2020 40 min

The ad industry may need a bit of a reality check when it comes to ad targeting and the kind of consumer data brands can rely on. M&C Saatchi Performance's Managing Director, Americas, Guillaume Lelait says that recent moves by Apple and Google to limit how brands can target people across the web are making things more challenging for advertisers - and they may have to accept less precision. On the flip side, Lelait sees hu...

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Jeffrey Wong, Principal Data Scientist, Computational Causal Inference at Netflix discusses how the streaming giant uses data signals to help get you to notice -  and hopefully watch  - its shows.  Wong also breaks down the company embracing the measurement of ad spend effectiveness through incrementality and why he’s urging more marketers to take risks with their advertising budgets.

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Magic Spoon Co-Founder Gabi Lewis discusses the process of building a new food brand when suddenly everyone is stuck at home, getting almost everything delivered and watching their wallets. Gabi also talks about the opening he saw within the cereal category and how unlike many DTC success stories, the path to disrupt and innovate was about product, not price and supply chain efficiency. He also covers the vital importance of Facebo...

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Shana Sumers, Head of Community at HER, a dating and social app for LGBTQ+ people, discusses what it's been like to navigate a social and dating focused business during a time when people can't get together in person. Shana also shares what she really thinks of the Facebook ad boycott, and why she's hoping big brands graduate past just supporting black and LGBTQ+ audiences during events like Black History Month ...

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Nicolle Pangis, CEO of Ampersand, discusses how traditional media companies are trying to accommodate brands who want to bring the same kind of targeting they use in digital to TV. But, Pangis believes this shift, along with pandemic, will cause the TV upfront to change radically, while forcing agencies and brands to consolidate many of their ad buying operations. Pangis also talks about how big changes in consumer tracking may upe...

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Matt Story, Senior Director of Global Innovation Marketing at Visa discusses how tough it is to reach belt-tightening millennials who are wary of sharing data and think of Visa as a big bad credit card company. He also hits on how brands are dealing with having less sponsorship event opportunities due to Covid-19. Additionally, Matt walks us through his early career in the ad agency business, and how crucial it was to find leaders ...

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Jeffrey Imberman, Head of Sales and Brand Partnerships at Tastemade dishes on how the food-centric media brand figures out ways to produce content and sell advertising that it doesn’t control across the large platforms, including Facebook, YouTube and TikTok. Jeff also hits on how his team has adjusted to making content for brands faster during the pandemic and why Tastemade is even bothering with a live linear TV network.

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In our first-ever two guest episode, we talked to Jeff Miller, Senior Director, Global Creative Strategy at Snap and Alex Collmer, Founder and CEO at VidMob about the state of creative work in digital advertising. Jeff and Alex explore why now might finally be the moment that marketers embrace analytics and ad tech to improve the quality of their digital creative work and how platforms like Snap are shifting consumers' expectat...

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Global Chief Technology Officer for Merkle and the CRM line of business for Dentsu Aegis Network, Peter Randazzo helps break down what Apple is doing with IDFA and what that means for marketers and the mobile economy. In addition, Randazzo discusses the growing number of challenges brands face as they look to employ consumer data for targeting, ranging from privacy regulation to the elimination of cookies.

Produced by Kenya Hayes

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In the very first Next in Marketing podcast episode ever recorded, MediaLink’s CEO, Michael Kassan explores how major marketers and media companies have had to scramble to rewrite 2020 plans in light of Covid-19. Kassan also weighs in on how the streaming wars between Netflix, HBO, NBCU and others, and how he thinks the ad business will grapple with live events like Cannes in the coming years.

Produced by Kenya Hayes

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Profitero’s President Sarah Hofstetter discusses how marketers view customer acquisition, advertising and brand loyalty has been upended by the Covid-19 crisis, and how her company is helping unlock data to accelerate the growth of E-commerce.

Produced by Kenya Hayes

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YouTube’s Debbie Weinstein highlights the company’s plans for a series of customized virtual Brandcast presentations this summer, where she thinks the advertising upfront is headed, and how brands are looking to make TV ads faster and adjust campaigns constantly - just like they do in digital. Weinstein also delves into the viewership trends YouTube has experienced since the Covid 19 crisis, including how more viewers are watching ...

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Activision Blizzard's Jonathan Stringfield breaks down why marketers have been so slow to embrace video games and how he thinks the prolonged stay-at-home lockdowns are opening many brands eyes to the medium's power. Stringfield also discusses the various options available to brands, from traditional ads in mobile gaming to rewarding gamers with virtual goods - as well as how most marketers are funding big game initiatives.

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Twitch’s CMO, Doug Scott dives into how he explains the streaming service to non-gamer CMOs, and why he's so bullish on eSports. Scott also details the huge spikes Twitch has seen since the Covid-19 shelter in place orders and how a broader audience is seeking non-gaming content.

Produced by Kenya Hayes

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NBCUniversal’s Linda Yaccarino discusses the company's ambitions for its video service Peacock, and why she's convinced advertising will play a vital role in the streaming wars. Yaccarino also breaks down how marketers have been responding to the Covid-driven economic slowdown and what she thinks that will mean for the future of the TV upfront model.

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May 20, 2020 1 min

AppsFlyer presents: Next in Marketing, a podcast that chronicles the massive ongoing shifts and reinvention at the intersection of marketing, media and advertising. As these industries reorient their operations around technology and data, our host, former Wall Street Journal, Business Insider and AdWeek editor, Mike Shields, will delve into the world of top stakeholders and industry leaders as they steer their companies through con...

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