Samba TV has announced an integration that allows broadcasters, networks, and media companies to measure lift in TV tune-in based on advertising across Google Marketing Platform. For the first time, TV programmers can attribute tune-ins driven by YouTube ads, as well as any digital media served through Google Campaign Manager and Display & Video 360 within Google Marketing Platform.
As a result, programmers can access tune-in campaign results directly in Google Marketing Platform. This enables quicker optimisation of media buys based on Samba TV’s insights, which can help improve ROI of tune-in campaigns. The turnkey solution is now available to all tune-in marketers using the Google Marketing Platform.
“The integration between Samba and Google Campaign Manager has provided Turner an ability to validate media investment across the Google ecosystem,” said Marie Hughes, SVP of Strategic Media Planning for Turner Media Group. “Having a clear view of measurement against such a critical performance indicator like tune-in conversion has been a game changer for our brands, as it allows Turner to refine our media tactics and make strategic pivots into our best-performing audiences.”
“Samba transformed TV analytics with the first attribution model built on Smart TV data, and our Verified Tune-In Rate measurement has become the industry standard for tune-in attribution. To partner with Google, the driving innovator behind so many pillars of today’s advertising ecosystem, makes perfect sense,” said Ashwin Navin, CEO and co-founder of Samba TV. “Thousands of advertisers and publishers utilise Samba data to quantify and amplify business outcomes, and our integration with Google platforms make our conversion analytics more accessible and actionable than ever before.”