Articles Tagged ‘Google’



Viewability debate: does size matter?

Research

New research from Google’s Active View provides insight on how ads are being seen.



Pick your Platform: Ryan Van Dongen on the power of Google

DigitalMobile

From creating VR with cardboard to building a smarter home, UM’s director of connection planning and innovation, on the company’s latest moves.



Ad fraud woes: what Google is doing about hidden ads

DigitalNews

The technology company is unmasking “bad actors” that deliberately hide ad slots on web pages with a feature that weeds out the perpetrators.



CRTC’s Jean-Pierre Blais defends tussle with Netflix, Google

DigitalTelevision

“Good decisions cannot be based on anecdotes about how your teenager is using his smartphone or gaming system…” he told the Vancouver Board of Trade.



Brands, know thy creators

screening-roomSponsorship

AsapScience founders Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown and YouTube’s Kathryn Friedrich give tips for getting the most out of branded content.



AOL makes Android TV deal with Google

DigitalMobileTelevision

AOL’s video library is now available on 16 different connected TV devices. (True Trans with Laura Jane Grace pictured.)



Mondelez makes formal video commitment with Google

DigitalMobile

The new pact focuses on online video, with Mondelez committing to shift 10% of its spend to the platform by the end of 2014.



CRTC backs down in regulatory tussle with Netflix and Google

DigitalTelevision

After Netflix and Google refused to provide the CRTC with business data, the regulator will write the US video portals out of the Let’s Talk TV proceedings.



Terse exchange between CRTC, Google sets stage for TV hearing

DigitalTelevision

The CRTC’s Let’s Talk TV hearing opened with Google voicing its opposition to online regulation.



Pick your Platform: Brock Leeson dispels messaging myths

blogsMobile

From sexting and Snapchat to opportunities for brands, Jungle Media’s group media manager with five things to know about working with messaging apps.