Why Marketers Must Integrate TV And Video Strategies
January 5, 2012
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In addition to the variety of media options that the digital age has brought forth, TV is the next medium to get a digital makeover. New access points to the living-room screen and the invasion of new screens have made watching TV a less monolithic activity. Linear TV is unrivaled in its audience reach, but various forms of digital video are emerging as efficient advertising channels that enable marketers to target and engage consumers on a deeper level. Forward-looking marketers will shift their approach away from planning silos and form a holistic video strategy that integrates TV and digital video into one team.
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Table of Contents
- TV Is Here To Stay, But Digital Video Is On A Fast Rise
- Unified TV And Video Advertising Strategy Will Reign
- Build Teams And Instill The Right Skills For Successful Integrated Planning
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