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SlingTV and Hulu reach the top of CTV Publisher Trust Indexes, CBC Gem debuts in the top 10 in the FireOS classification

Piotr Boiwka
Jul 19, 2021 10:00:00 AM

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Hulu and SlingTV achieved the top two spots in the CTV Publisher Trust Indexes in June in North America. Disney’s streaming platform reached first place in Amazon Fire TV ranking, while SlingTV secured the top rank in Roku classification. Both apps were runner-ups in rankings they didn’t win. 

Hulu remained at the top of Roku ranking

Hulu maintained almost perfect ad quality from May and scored exactly the same as it did last month to remain at the top of Amazon Fire TV ranking. It is worth mentioning that the app scored at least 96 in all measured metrics, including a perfect 99 in three categories - Popularity, Ad Density, and User Engagement.

SlingTV rising in Amazon Fire TV classification

SlingTV dethroned Hulu from the first place in Roku ranking by achieving the highest grade, “A”, across all metrics. The consistent and excellent performance allowed the app to rise from the second spot last month to the top. It’s worth noting that SlingTV obtained the highest score (96) among the top 10 apps in the Invalid Traffic category. 

Debutant in the Amazon Fire TV top 10

CBC Gem debuted in the top 10 best quality CTV apps for advertisers in June in Amazon Fire TV ranking. After reaching the 38th position in May, the app visibly improved its Popularity and Engagement metrics scores to achieve A’s in all measured categories. Thanks to improvements, CBC Gem earned 9th place in June’s edition of the Publisher Trust Index

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