Results from a Trusted Media Brands study exploring the future of digital video found 65 per cent of surveyed marketers think social platforms (e.g. Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter) are the most important partners for digital video campaigns over video platforms (YouTube, Vevo); video demand side platforms or DSPs (Videology, Tremor Video); full episode players (Hulu, broadcast and cable digital properties); ad networks; publishers (BuzzFeed, Vice, Vox); and multichannel networks (Maker Studios, Awesomeness TV, FullScreen).
The Future of Digital Video study, commissioned by Advertiser Perceptions on behalf of Trusted Media Brands, asked more than 300 agency and client side marketers how and where they plan to spend their video advertising dollars in the coming months.
Key research highlights include:
“Facebook made a bold move with in-stream video. They followed that up with Facebook Live. At Trusted Media Brands, we’ve embraced both and wanted to get the facts from our clients and partners on what they see working in the marketplace,” said Rich Sutton, chief revenue officer of Trusted Media Brands. “Hats off to Facebook – it looks like they will overtake YouTube as the video advertising platform of choice.”
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