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Hulu topped both rankings of the Top Grossing CTV apps owned by public companies in the US, Redbox makes the top 10 in Roku classification

Piotr Boiwka
Jul 8, 2021 9:30:00 AM

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Hulu, owned by Disney (DIS), achieved the top spot of both Roku and Amazon Fire TV rankings of the Top Grossing CTV apps owned by public companies in the US. The estimated ad spend for the app reached $99M for Roku and $46M for Amazon Fire TV. 

Advertisers appreciate the connection of popularity and quality offered by Hulu, as the app obtained the top spots in both CTV Publisher Trust Indexes for the best ad quality channels.

Strong runner-up as Pluto TV achieves two 2nd places

It is worth mentioning that Pluto TV, owned by ViacomCBS (VIAC), is a runner-up in both grossing rankings. The app’s estimated programmatic ad spend for Roku and Amazon Fire TV was $22M and $30M, respectively. The app also performed well in the Publisher Trust Index, gaining the top 5 spots in both classifications.

Philo in the top 5 of a range of Pixalate’s rankings

Philo, owned by a consortium of media companies, including Discovery (DISCA) and AMC Entertainment (AMC), reached the top 5 in both CTV grossing classifications. It is worth noting that most apps from the Top Grossing ranking are also present in the Publisher Trust Index, including Philo. It shows rising awareness of advertisers buying ads, not from the most popular but the most qualified sources.

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