BTS Launches Ad Sales Module For Integrated Linear And Digital Ad Campaigns

Broadcast Traffic Systems (BTS) has launched an advertising module that enables integrated linear and digital ad scheduling from one platform. The Digital Ad-Sales module is included it its Enterprise Channel Management System but can also be added to its Express solution.

The Digital Ad-Sales module allows advertising executives to integrate digital advertising on the major platforms into their linear campaigns. Broadcasters are able to manage advertising campaigns covering all media types. The module integrates both with broadcast automation solutions as well as with any ad platform server to ensure broadcasters can deliver and monitor the entire linear and digital campaign.

Craig Buckland, Technical Director, BTS, commented: “Advertisers are increasingly looking to book an integrated ad campaign covering all media types. This represents a great opportunity for broadcasters to maximise monetisation options, however the very complex nature of digital campaigns, coupled with the lack of integration to existing workflows, is causing them a challenge. With this solution, we are aiming to make it simple for broadcasters to deliver and monitor an integrated ad campaign for their customers.”

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