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CTV represents an extraordinary opportunity to create a better advertising experience – one that is relevant, tells a compelling story that matters to the specific household, and allows the consumer to take action in a way that is non-intrusive and fosters a closer relationship with the brand. So if creative is responsible for driving 47% of advertising campaign sales – more or less contributing as much to a brand’s in-market success as reach, targeting, recency and context combined – according to a recent Nielsen study, where do the creative opportunities for CTV lie? In this session, we will explore how CTV provides an entirely new canvas for marketers with new content capabilities, creative formats, and audiences with new expectations and challenge the industry to abandon legacy approaches and reinvent the medium by putting the consumer and the creative ad experience at the centre.
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