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Adobe announced an end-to-end offering with Adobe Primetime that extends the solution to help drive audience acquisition, engagement and monetization across every screen and platform. The new offering delivers more personalized TV and ad experiences directly to consumers via mobile, laptops and connected devices such as Apple TV, Sony PlayStation, Roku and Microsoft Xbox. With the integration of Adobe’s digital marketing tools, TV networks and pay-TV providers can more effectively package and sell subscription and advertising-based OTT services, offer highly engaging experiences and build audiences with more personalized content and advertising. “TV networks and pay-TV providers are eager to capitalize on OTT, but need a comprehensive platform to effectively acquire, engage and monetize viewers,” said Jeremy Helfand, vice president, Adobe Primetime. “By integrating Adobe’s advertising, analytics, data management, ad campaign and personalization engines with the video playback, ad insertion and DRM capabilities of Adobe Primetime, media companies are transforming their businesses with more personalized and engaging viewing experiences across screens.”
The new Adobe Marketing Cloud and Adobe Primetime offering is helping media companies launch direct-to-consumer services by addressing critical industry challenges, including:
• Building an audience: Adobe’s digital marketing tools convert audiences into paying subscribers. Adobe Analytics and Adobe Audience Manager help customers identify specific audience segments based on current content consumption patterns and grow those segments through outreach to similar audiences. Adobe Media Optimizer and Adobe Target increase conversions from trials to paid subscriptions through automated ad campaign buys across search, display and social channels. To develop consistently effective marketing messages, Adobe Target also offers A/B and multivariate testing and content optimization for both in-app and on-site experiences, which maximize the difficult challenge of audience acquisition.
• Engaging audiences: Adobe’s new video personalization engine, Adobe Primetime Recommendations, harnesses Big Data to increase viewer engagement and viewing time. Primetime Recommendations learns from more than 200 billion online video consumption points across most U.S. households that stream TV and film content. Deep contextual insights, such as how much and what content a viewer has watched, yield compelling personalized TV recommendations. To alert viewers to recommended TV content outside of a video app, Adobe Campaign can also orchestrate email campaigns and notifications based on known consumer preferences. Support for instant-on content delivery and dynamic ad insertion through Adobe Primetime offer viewers more personalized TV and ad experiences.
• Monetizing audiences: Adobe Marketing Cloud’s monetization capabilities enable TV networks and pay-TV providers to find the right balance among potential revenue streams: monthly subscriptions, rentals, electronic sell-through and advertising. Together with Adobe Primetime, Adobe Audience Manager and Adobe Target deliver more relevant advertising to viewers, execute and measure dynamic ad insertion across any screen or platform, and create targeted advertising based on the characteristics of identified audience segments.
• Measuring audience impact: Adobe Analytics makes it easy to understand how audiences are watching TV – the who, what, when, where, how, and most important, why of a consumer's viewing decisions across multiple devices. This treasure trove of aggregated and anonymous data improves the acquisition, engagement and monetization of audiences when fed into the rest of the Adobe Marketing Cloud activation capabilities.
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