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The 37th lesson in the Crash Course series will delve into addressable OTT, a method that allows advertisers to target different ads to different households on specific devices while they are watching the same program. Addressable OTT delivers ads via any device used to stream content via the internet. It combines digital advertising techniques, including granular targeting and frequency capping, with a premium video environment. While this sounds promising, there are several barriers preventing addressable OTT from becoming a major ad channel, both global and specific to Asia-Pacific.
In this lesson you will learn:
- What is addressable OTT?
- Benefits of addressability.
- Challenges of addressable OTT globally and in Asia.
- The future of addressable OTT.
Tracy Phan is a buyer account manager at Magnite, based in Singapore. She manages the relationships with key brands and agency holding companies across Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Taiwan. She provides programmatic consulting, delivers sell-side training for buyers, and supports Magnite’s audio, DOOH , CTV and OTT buyers.
Prior to joining Magnite in 2019, Phan was an account executive at Knorex and a business development lead at Geniee.
After you watch the above video, test your knowledge of addressable OTT with this quiz:
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