While the #MeToo movement has made a big splash in the media industry and more people are discussing sexism and racism, a majority of the publishing workers that Digiday polled said they think things have not changed very much.
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Until the ad tech industry standardizes video metrics and requires more transparency overall, people will never totally trust the numbers garnered from any source, first party or not. But after witnessing the fallout from Facebook’s faulty video metrics, marketers are a lot more prepared and smarter about how to handle things.
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Brands face some tough decisions ahead. In 2018 their demands for better control over the marketing landscape — from their agency partners to platforms — kept rising, and that trend will become increasingly pronounced in 2019. Meanwhile, brands face challenges as they figure out how to bring more capabilities in-house. At the Digiday Brand Summit in Palm Springs, California, marketers met to discuss these challenges and what the year ahead will hold.