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Industry Leaders Explore New Advertising Opportunities at Free Online Conference

by David Mercer | 11月 11, 2009

Global advertising revenues are forecast to decline by 8.5% this year, according to Strategy Analytics’ latest Global Advertising Forecast. In such a tough environment the need to find new communications platforms and ad-based business models is more urgent than ever. In theory the arrival of so many new IPTV services, in both managed and over-the-top environments, should give cause for optimism. If IP technologies have any advantage over traditional alternatives it is that they enable closer, more measurable relationships between those with the message (advertisers) and those receiving it (viewers). So far, however, with a few exceptions, we have seen little commercial evidence of these capabilities in the real world. These are some of the issues we will be exploring at the forthcoming “Future TV Advertising Forum” in London on December 11th. I will be chairing a session on Advertising in the Age of Convergence, with speakers from Coca-Cola, Thinkbox, RomTelecom and the Co-Operative Group. Other keynote speakers at the event include Turner Broadcasting, Sky, Channel 4, ITV, Discovery, Telenet and Ford. It promises to be a compelling and thought-provoking event. Early bird conference passes are available until the 25th November or register to watch the event live online FREE of charge at www.futuretvads.com. Twitter: twitter.com/DavidMercer_SA Client Reading: Online Video: YouTube vs. Hulu - Let the Battle Commence! Add to Technorati Favorites
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