Digital Transformation

TiVo launches new platform for advertisers to transact on its advanced TV data

By Adam Flomenbaum | Co-Executive Editor

January 9, 2017 | 2 min read

As IP-based intermediaries between content providers and viewers, companies like TiVo and Roku started to allow marketers to transact on the audience data they’re able to collect as platforms.

At CES last week, TiVo introduced its Audience Management Platform (AMP), giving media planners data-driven audience targeting and more effective ad inventory allocation.

“Advertising is being asked to do more today, and inventory management executives, media planners and service providers are challenged to deliver more value to their advertiser clients, executing on the promise of data-driven TV,” said Joan FitzGerald, vice president of product management and business development, TiVo. “With the Audience Management Platform, media executives are equipped with the tools to help them manage advertising in a more complex and rapidly changing media environment.”



In addition to being an end-to-end inventory management and media planning system, AMP features advanced predictions to find audiences in future campaigns.

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