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Omnichannel Video Marketing

Know the history, practices and key outcomes of video advertising and how these can be applied to your business.

$99 non-members $149

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Course Description

Do you know the different between TV and internet video advertising? Should you be using video advertising in your campaigns?

In this module from DMA & MediaMath, we show you how video is an increasingly important – yet sometimes overlooked – channel for marketing and ad spend, how you can best leverage this medium, and what is on the horizon. You will learn the history and current state of digital video advertising, key terminology specific to video marketing, programmatic and video advertising goals, and best practices.


  • Introduction to Omnichannel Video
  • The State of Video Advertising
  • Key Terms
  • Digital Video Advertising Basics
  • Advantages of Video Advertising
  • Optimization and Reporting
  • Programmatic Video
  • Video Tags
  • Programmatic TV
  • Omnichannel Video Workbook


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Section 1: The State of Digital Video Advertising

  • TV vs. the internet: are they distinct channels?
  • How consumers are watching TV
  • How consumers are buying TV
  • How TV relates to other channels
  • TV ad spend trends

Section 2: Key Terminology

  • Completion rate
  • GRP
  • Transcoding
  • VAST tag
  • VPAID tag
  • Reach & frequency
  • and more

Section 3: Digital Video Advertising Basics

  • A History of Video Advertising
  • The Four Screens
  • Ad formats
    • In-stream
    • Out-stream
    • Native
  • Advantages of digital video
  • Viewability
  • Event trackers for video creatives

Section 4: Best Practices

  • Incremental
  • Branding
  • Direct Response/reach
  • Video targeting
  • Video length
  • Good questions to ask
  • Video Supply Sources
  • How to bid on online video inventory

Section 5: Looking Forward: Programmatic TV

  • The TV landscape is shifting
  • Linear TV, connected TV, VOD, & Set Top Box data
  • Programmatic FAQ
  • The 3 phases of programmatic TV

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