Digiday Media Buying Summit LIVE
We’ll explore how agencies are changing the way they operate as remote working has become the new norm, as social platforms tumble and as regulations and client requests get stronger.
Welcome to the Digiday Media Buying Summit LIVE. Please join us in our pre-event working session. This is an an open participatory discussion on the top challenges and opportunities currently facing media buyers.
At the top of our session content, tune in to hear our key trends in media buying.
In the era of big data, it’s more difficult than ever to separate the wheat from the chaff, especially when sifting through terabytes of information being generated across multiple platforms. Michael Murray of Wunderman Thompson will take us through how marketers can cut through the noise to find meaningful insights, and share actionable tips on how to ensure that your measurement tools are being deployed effectively.
PRESIDENT OF DATA PRODUCTS & CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER
WUNDERMAN THOMPSON DATA
Join CEO of Taboola, Adam Singolda, and Chief Strategy Officer of Digiday, David Amrani, for a conversation on the open web and its value for advertisers.
The state of retail as we know it is still undergoing a major shift, as e-commerce is more important than ever. In this session, hear from Jason Hartley of PMG as he discusses how this will continue to impact media buying, even as in-store shopping returns, and how to overcome some of the challenges it poses.
HEAD OF SEARCH, SOCIAL AND SHOPPING
What happens when the largest U.S. grocery retailer shares data science with the largest OTT streaming service? Join 84.51°’s Agency Collaboration Liaison, Jill Smith, to discover how two unlikely companions – Kroger and Roku – created a powerful new way for CPGs to target households most likely to buy. Learn how this revolutionary partnership combines the best of brand and performance marketing to boost demand and produce measurable ROI.
DIRECTOR OF AGENCIES
KROGER PRECISION MARKETING
The ongoing discussion surrounding DEI needs to keep momentum. Brands and agencies, alike, are forced to reckon with a new lens on brand safety: how can you appear genuine and honest when your teams are mostly white? Tune into this session to hear how buyers are authentically communicating in this space and showing up for an industry that has long ignored this overdue need for diversity, equity and inclusion.
EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR, EXPERIENCE DESIGN
Welcome to Day 2 of the Digiday Media Buying Summit LIVE.
2020 was a tumultuous year. While the United States faced social injustice and civil unrest, Havas Media recognized the need for equitable treatment of businesses that are traditionally underrepresented in the marketing industry.
Join Havas Media’s EVP, Head of Digital Strategy & Investments, Sargi Mann as she discusses how brands can show up for underrepresented business and be a positive force for change.
EVP, HEAD OF DIGITAL STRATEGY & INVESTMENTS
Phasing out third-party cookies is creating interesting challenges to effectively target users for advertisers. Coupled with the existing and emerging laws, like GDPR and CCPA, there is increasing pressure for innovative ways of targeting user activity. With the right technology, contextual advertising can serve as an effective targeting tool in a post-cookie world.
VP, DATA SCIENCE
As DTC brands grow, they are starting to diversify marketing initiatives away from just Facebook. In this session, hear from Duane Brown as he walks us through where that platform money is going, TikTok, Pinterest, even Snapchat — and what we should expect moving forward.
FOUNDER & HEAD OF STRATEGY
TAKE SOME RISK INC.
With the huge audience shift from linear TV to YouTube and CTV, brands are looking for ways to drive real value from streaming video advertising. Pixability, an industry leader in YouTube and CTV, will walk through 5 key things that every marketer should know about these platforms going into 2021.
In this session, JiYoung Kim, chief digital officer at Carat US will walk us through how they continually drive measurable results with performance marketing at the helm.
PRESIDENT, NORTH AMERICA
Welcome back to Day 3 of the Digiday Media Buying Summit LIVE.
Hear from John Nitti, chief media officer at Verizon, discuss how Verizon is leveraging a diverse ecosystem of partners, next-gen tech and 5G to enable experiences and create unique content to shape the future of media.
SVP, CHIEF MEDIA OFFICER
Cookies, IDFA, data and privacy. It’s a heady brew as we move further along 2021 and we know that there’s likely more disruption headed our way when it comes to identity and addressability. What can advertisers do to ensure they continue to build meaningful connections with consumers while optimizing ROI? What are the best approaches for partnering and testing privacy-centric ID solutions that add value to your advertising strategies? In this session, Chris Gurciullo, regional vice president of advertiser solutions at PubMatic, and Kayleen Ohneck, associate director, verified tech & contracts, data at Publicis Media, will discuss compelling strategies and concrete paths forward to help brands and agencies, prepare to thrive and optimize in the addressable future.
REGIONAL VP, ADVERTISER SOLUTIONS
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, VERIFIED TECHNOLOGY & CONTRACTS
Brand Safety and Suitability have been top of mind for advertisers for years. Now, there’s a new concept called Brand Integrity, for which brands need to establish new standards that allow them to invest and make decisions with confidence. Marketers have always been cautious about media placements and appearing alongside content that could negatively affect their brand, but often look to short-term fixes when issues arise. In proactively focusing on brand integrity and following a new set of standards, they can feel confident their values are maintained throughout the entire campaign process without interruption, while also beginning on a journey to enhance their inclusiveness with new partners.
4A’s President and CEO Marla Kaplowitz and Publicis Media’s EVP of Global Digital Standards Yale Cohen discuss the difference between brand integrity, brand safety and brand suitability and how our industry can move forward to benchmark success in these core areas and new ones.
EVP GLOBAL DIGITAL STANDARDS
PRESIDENT & CEO
Audiences are easy to find. But the right ones that produce successful marketing campaign results use a highly determinative combination of AI-driven response prediction and data science. In this session, you’ll learn how the Analytics and Sales teams at Wiland work together to create data-driven, custom marketing audiences that can target prospects with the highest likelihood of response and long-term value.
DIVISION VP, DIGITAL AGENCY & PLATFORM SALES
DIRECTOR OF PREDICTIVE CLIENT SOLUTIONS
Ad serving is easy. It connects the creative with the media. But what comes before, after and in between that connection is not so simple. Join this session to learn how a connected workflow, purpose built for every team involved in launching a campaign, is a simple solution to the everyday problems of video advertising. And that means you and your team can focus on what you do best.
DIGITAL MARKETING STRATEGIST
As live events begin making their way back into society in 2021, how are these companies looking at targeting the right audience? Hear from Gupta Media’s Founder Gogi Gupta in conjunction with Tom Russell,founder of Founders Entertainment — the company that brings NYC’s largest music festival, The Governer’s Ball — in conversation around the media and marketing strategy for their upcoming fall festival.
FOUNDER & CEO
FOUNDER & CEO
To close out the Digiday Media Buying Summit LIVE, we will go over the key trends that emerged over 3 days of content.
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Media Buying Briefing: Platforms are changing the rules of media agency teams, led by digital natives
Young, digital natives are guiding media agencies' investments in the platforms that they grew up using, namely Snapchat, TikTok and Twitch.
Why Google’s approach to replacing the cookie is drawing antitrust scrutiny
A U.K. regulator is investing whether Google's proposal to replace third-party cookies will reinforce the tech giant's digital ad dominance.
‘How to telegraph energy’: The coronavirus pandemic has agencies mulling the future of the pitch
Agency execs say elements of the pitch process may have changed forever — the amount of time and financial investment devoted to chasing new business, for example.
Why ethical dilemmas are putting brands and their media buying in the spotlight
As the U.S. presidential inauguration comes to pass, marketers are increasingly aware that what they buy has an impact on society.