Tag Archives: TV advertising

How to Use Audience Data Like Today’s Masters of TV Advertising

It’s a lot more complicated to be a marketer today than it was 25 years ago. Not surprisingly, I occasionally encounter marketers who feel dizzy at times by the overwhelming amount of tactical choices they have available. My reminder to them goes something like this: sometimes, the best way to cope with complexity is simply […]

My Interview with Radha Subramanyam, Chief Analytics and Research Officer of CBS

In the earlier stages of my career, I like to tell people that I literally played games for a living. That was just one of my responsibilities as a marketer in the video game industry, though. I also budgeted for and planned TV advertising campaigns. On more than one occasion, I remember asking my media […]

[Published in MKTGInsights]: The New CMO Data Mandate

Having a data strategy is as important to the modern enterprise as a product road map and a sales plan. In this article in MKTGInsights, I explain why marketing’s shift from “Madmen” to “Mathmen” mandates a proactive approach to acquiring, synthesizing, reporting, monetizing and protecting customer data. To read the full article, click here.

[Appearing in Broadcasting & Cable]: Delivering Precision and Scale on TV Requires More Than Demo Targeting and Dayparts

Last week, Broadcasting & Cable published a story I wrote about why TV advertising is still a marketer’s best tool for acquiring new customers, and why via taking an audience-based targeting approach that embraces audience fragmentation it can now be more effective than ever. Check out the full article on Broadcasting & Cable.