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  • Building A Sustainable Broadcaster OTT Strategy In The New Decade

    How successful have European broadcasters been in developing sustainable over-the-top (OTT)  strategies? At the dawn of the new decade, this question—and challenge—is in the hearts of U.K.’s traditional media companies, as they battle to compete and prosper in a fragmenting media landscape where new rivals offer the convenience of viewing platforms and a vast variety…

  • Nielsen Views: Capturing Streaming Audiences

    With SVOD Content Ratings, the market now has an independent, syndicated measurement solution that provides a greater understanding of SVOD content in relation to linear television. In this week’s video, Brian Fuhrer, SVP of Product Leadership, discusses the over-the-top (OTT) landscape and explores insights from Nielsen’s SVOD Content Ratings.

  • Nielsen Views: Driving the OTT Marketplace With Connected TV Measurement

    Amanda Tarpey, SVP of Product Leadership-Digital, discusses the growing usage of connected TV devices in the over-the-top (OTT) landscape, how these devices are driving the growth of the OTT market and how Nielsen is measuring audiences to help clients value the viewership through these devices.

  • Hulu’s OTT Inventory Now Included in Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings

    Today, we launched measurement of Hulu’s over-the-top (OTT) inventory through Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings. Media buyers and sellers will have the ability to understand and verify audiences across Hulu whether they are watching on their computer, smartphone, tablet or connected TV.

  • Nielsen at NATPE: Over-the-top Growth and Opportunities

    During the 2018 National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) conference in Miami Beach, Fla., Kelly Abcarian, SVP of Product Leadership at Nielsen, presented the state of OTT, including OTT viewing behaviors and the platforms’ growth in local markets.

  • A Look Into What’s Next in Television Measurement

    When it comes to TV, consumers have more choice, flexibility and control over the programming they watch every day; program executives have new ways to reach fans; and advertisers have tools to reach consumers more effectively than ever before. On the measurement side, this new world of television is more complex than it’s ever been, and it requires a measurement infrastructure that can not only cover a wide variety of new technical configurations to meet today’s needs, but also evolve rapidly with the times.

  • Nielsen and Roku Move Advertising Measurement Closer to Covering Total Audience

    On April 30, we announced that we’re teaming up with Roku, the popular streaming platform, to enable advertising measurement in the Roku platform via Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings. We will be collecting data for Roku’s 10 million devices, which include their media players and TVs. This collaboration is an industry-first for over-the-top (OTT) devices, as…