There are two main types of video ads: in-stream and out-stream.
As the names imply, one type refers to ads that are streamed alongside a video — like pre-roll and mid-roll ads — whereas the other type describes video ads that appear independent of any editorial video content. Except the placement of these video ads is no longer the only distinction between the two types.
In August, the IAB Tech Lab issued guidelines for digital video and connected TV ad formats, and these guidelines introduced a new distinguishing characteristic that separates in-stream and out-stream video ads, as illustrated in the video below.
Future of TV Briefing: Where YouTube Shorts stands among advertisers on eve of creator monetization program’s launch
This week’s Future of TV Briefing looks at the state of advertisers' adoption of YouTube Shorts as the platform prepares to share ad revenue with Shorts creators.
Why TheSoul Publishing’s Victor Potrel isn’t overthinking how YouTube Shorts will share ad revenue with creators and publishers
Potrel weighed in on the methodology behind the YouTube Shorts monetization program in the latest Digiday Podcast episode.
How YouTube is calculating creators’ ad-revenue shares for Shorts
Calculating how YouTube Shorts ad revenue will be split is more like doing taxes than basic arithmetic, as this video explainer breaks down.
SponsoredWhy Best Buy Ads sees retail media as integral to its customer-centric purpose
Sponsored by Best Buy Ads Retail media networks have become critical for marketers, with retailers investing in ways that enable advertisers to engage consumers across online and offline channels. Given the wealth of retailers’ first-party customer data and measurement capabilities, retail media networks have become a natural fit for augmenting performance marketing programs. Alongside the […]
Disney plans to extend Hulu’s ad targeting options to Disney+’s ad tier
Disney ad boss Rita Ferro said the company expects to reach its goal of automating 50% of its ad sales this year.
Future of TV Briefing: TikTok’s revenue-sharing terms are turning off some creators
This week’s Future of TV Briefing looks at the language inside TikTok's revenue-sharing terms that has creators concerned.