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Pixalate Week in Review: April 5 - 9, 2021

Apr 9, 2021 1:30:00 PM

This week's review of ad fraud and quality in the digital advertising space.

1: How the NA programmatic CTV ad market responded to COVID-19

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This Pixalate blog details how the North American programmatic CTV ad market made its way through 2020. According to Pixalate's data, North America's programmatic CTV ad market increased 123% in 2020, when comparing Q120 to Q420. It was also up 98% year-over-year.

Learn more in our blog, or download Pixalate's full 2020 Connected TV Ad Spend Supply Trends Report

2: CTV is luring ad dollars, but challenges remain for political advertising

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"The rise of over-the-top and connected TV advertising is presenting unique challenges to political marketers, which may worsen as more money pours into the space," wrote Campaigns & Elections in an article detailing what political marketers face in the booming CTV space, including brand safety issues.

3. A new TV data consortium has arrived

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"A group of seven companies across television and ad tech—including ad platform Dish Media and credit reporting firm TransUnion—are joining forces to create the TV Data Initiative, which wants to help bring digital-like ways of ad targeting to TV," reported Adweek.

4. Publicis Groupe signs up for The Trade Desk's Unified ID 2.0

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According to the Wall Street Journal, Publicis Groupe has signed on to use The Trade Desk's Unified ID 2.0 solution, which has gained traction as a possible alternative to third-party cookies. "Trade Desk has been recruiting online publishers to create new user identifiers for ad targeting, but the Publicis deal represents new movement on the advertising side of the business," wrote the WSJ.

5. Digital advertising grew 29% in 2020: IAB

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"Internet advertising made a huge rebound in Q4, growing 29% YoY to $45.6 billion, according to the 2020 IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report," reported AdExchanger. "Overall online advertising in 2020 grew 12% YoY to $140 billion."

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