TVbeat measurement for VIPnet and Mobiltel
March 25, 2015
TVbeat, a real-time TV audience measurement company will launch their service with two leading operators, VIPnet in Croatia and Mobiltel in Bulgaria. The partnership means that both platforms will be able to measure their content performance and understand trends with granular data on viewing behaviour provided by TVbeat, live and on-demand.
Vipnet’s Adrian Ježina, CTO said: “Vipnet is innovation leader in the telecom market in Croatia and was one of the first European mobile operators that become convergent, thus completing its transformation process into a company that offers comprehensive communication solutions and multi-screen experience. We are offering multiple TV technologies like cable, IPTV, satellite and OTT and believe that our partnership with TVbeat will be beneficial for us to understand insights on what people are watching and when, to subsequently tailor our business offerings to these habits and needs.”
TVbeat offers TV analytics that measures viewing behaviour on all connected devices anytime, anywhere with fully anonymised data. Through using cutting-edge technology, TVbeat provides comprehensive insight into channel performance including; ratings, viewing share and real subscriber numbers. TVbeat can be used as an invaluable tool in decision-making from content selection and channel packaging to the creation of targeted packages and VOD offerings.
Magdalena Malinova, TVbeat’s VP of Business Development, said: “We’re delighted to begin working with Vipnet and Mobiltel, both part of the respectable Telekom Austria Group. People are now watching TV across multiple devices at a time and place convenient for them, so we developed a new solution to analyse all this data. These upcoming partnerships mark another great and exciting development for TVbeat as we expand across Central and Eastern Europe and we believe this will uncover new opportunities for Vipnet and Mobiltel as they will better understand content consumption, through in-depth insights and trends.”