Disruptive forces are changing the business landscape and while marketing leaders have a good idea of where they need to go, they don’t have a clear vision of how to get there, according to a new ANA survey: “Marketing’s Moment: Leading the Disruption.”
Twenty five companies have been selected as finalists, across 10 categories, in the ANA’s 2014 Multicultural Excellence Awards. The award program recognizes marketers that produced industry leading multicultural advertising campaigns between June 2013 and June 2014.
4A’s and ANA Join IAB in Launching Cross-Industry Compliance Organization to Combat Ad Fraud, Malware, & Piracy
The 4A’s, the ANA, and the IAB announced plans to create a cross-industry accountability program designed to fight ad fraud, malware and the piracy of intellectual property head-on, while increasing marketplace transparency.
The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) is pleased to announce three finalists for the 2014 Marketing Analytics Leadership Award (MALA): Citrix, C Spire, and Intel.
For the last year, AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing, the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), and the Asian American Advertising Federation (3AF) assembled a broad coalition of clients, agencies and associations to define an integrated strategy for driving growth. This coalition studied various models to develop an industry-sanctioned Total Market definition.
Millennial parents, like everyone in their generation, are enthusiastic consumers of social media and adept multitaskers. However, when it comes to education and entertainment, there’s an even more-important friend for these families: television.
The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) and online fraud detection firm, White Ops have launched ‘The Marketers’ Coalition’, a joint research initiative to determine the level of bot fraud occurring across the digital advertising industry. The coalition’s objective is to provide actionable data and insights which marketers can use to reduce bot fraud and improve marketing ROI. A new survey from the ANA (Association of National Advertisers), has found nearly two-thirds of client-side marketers—63 percent—plan to participate in branded entertainment projects in 2012, making branded entertainment a common marketing strategy for many companies.
Continuing its campaign to educate the industry about the new digital advertising viewability standards, Making Measurement Make Sense (3MS) today launched a new PSA video contest, inviting advertising professionals and enthusiasts to develop videos that dramatize the issue of online ad viewability. To launch the competition, 3MS unveiled the second of its own PSA videos, dubbed ‘White Wall’, which brings to life a metaphor for paying for ads that are never seen.
In a webinar to the ANA Alliance for Family Entertainment (AFE), a consortium of the nation’s top advertisers, Tumblr shared new possibilities and inspired ways for leading family marketers to effectively connect with their audiences who are both young and young at heart.
The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) is now accepting entries for its 14th annual Multicultural Excellence Awards. The awards recognize marketers and their agencies for their work in producing outstanding multicultural campaigns.
The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) and the Brand Activation Association (BAA) announced that their boards of directors unanimously approved plans for the ANA to acquire the BAA as of July 1, 2014.
As part of the Commercials Contracts negotiated last year between SAG-AFTRA and advertisers, all ads made under a union contract must now incorporate Ad-ID.
Changing media practices and technologies are driving marketers’ concerns around media buying effectiveness and media agency transparency according to Transparency, Machines, and Metrics; An ANA/Forrester Survey of the Evolution of the Media Buying Industry.
he Media Rating Council (MRC) announced today that it has lifted its advisory on Viewable Impressions for display advertising, giving a green light to the industry to begin transacting on the new metric for the first time.
Advertising Deduction Wrongly Targeted in Chairman Camp’s Proposed Tax Reform Legislation; Provision Would Stifle Economic Activity
Following is a statement by Bob Liodice, President and CEO of the Association of National Advertisers on the draft tax reform legislation released by Congressman Dave Camp (R-MI), which includes a provision that will, if enacted, severely impact the economy and lead to significant job loss.
Advertising is a driving force in the U.S. economy, serving as a generator of job creation and sales, according to a new study commissioned by the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) and The Advertising Coalition, which represents advertisers, advertising agencies, and media companies.
A new ANA (Association of National Advertisers) study entitled, “Payment Terms – Current Practices for Marketing Services,” reveals that 43 percent of marketers have extended payment terms this year on at least one marketing service in their portfolio. That portfolio includes agency fees, research, media, production, and talent payments.
Potential Changes in Deductibility of Advertising Expenses within Tax Reform Legislation Would Only Serve to Stifle Economic Activity
Senator Max Baucus (D-MT), Chairman of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, today released his discussion draft of tax reform legislation that includes a provision that will, if enacted, severely impact the economy and lead to significant job loss. This provision would allow advertisers to deduct only 50 percent of all advertising expenses in the first year and amortize the remaining 50 percent over the next five years.
November 20, 2013, New York – The Media Rating Council (MRC) announced today that it will lift its Viewable Impression Advisory by the end of Q1 2014. Prior to lifting the advisory, the MRC continues to identify and remove obstacles to widespread use of viewable impressions as a digital currency metric. The viewability measurement standard is expected to be complete by the end of 2013.
ANA Survey Uncovers Marketers’ Continuing Struggle to Validate Sponsorship / Event Marketing Initiatives
NEW YORK – November 14, 2013 – Sixty-eight percent of marketers measure all or most of their sponsorship and event marketing activities, according to a new survey by the ANA (Association of National Advertisers); however, a sizeable 32 percent measure only half or less.