AdScribe has announced that it has successfully brought next-generation, targeted advertising to Italian television viewers on compatible HbbTV devices.
In partnering with AdScribe, Publitalia '80, the advertising sales house of the Italian free-to-air television network Mediaset Group, is now capable of displaying even more impactful and attractive creative output to engage brands' customers. Campaigns are built and managed using Engage Studio, AdScribe's innovative HbbTV authoring tool.
Drawing on AdScribe's experience in designing and deploying similar technology and campaigns around the world, Publitalia '80 have further enabled the interactive advertising features as part of a broadcast product offering, including full integration of campaign metrics with Mediaset's addressable advertising platform.
Further, Engage Studio will enable greater creativity and scaling of campaign creation through an intuitive and user-friendly interface.
The solution is a complete, end-to-end multiscreen platform that enables TV platform operators and broadcasters to create and operate an interactive advertising and promotions business. With the solution, operators and broadcasters can promote their own content and services or generate revenue from third-party advertisers.
The solution supports a wide variety of ad formats from static banners through to fully interactive applications with embedded video.
AdScribe Engage Studio authoring tool allows operators to build and deploy campaigns far quicker and with more creative freedom than traditional template approaches. The advertiser receives detailed reports on all interactions, as well as any data the viewers opt to submit. In some cases, viewer data may be auto-populated from a subscriber database, making the process seamless and ensuring a higher completion rate.
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