Webinar: Bridging video monetisation to optimise revenues

The webinar will be held today, 3 pm onwards


Mumbai: Websites in India lose revenue due to various factors including inventory control, under-utilisation of video advertising, traffic quality, and not taking advantage of the latest technologies available. Although Google is the largest sell-side platform in India, many publishers do not fully follow Google policies. Many publishers also do not even properly utilise their own AdX account to run video ads, resulting in consistent revenue leakage.

Some of these issues, and their solutions will be discussed at the webinar - ‘Bridging video monetisation to optimise revenues’ – being organised by Indiantelevision.com in association with Aniview on Tuesday, 3 pm onwards.

The virtual event will be attended by Jagran New Media, AVP and head-ad monetisation and strategic partnership, Dinesh Joshi, HDFC Bank, vice president and head- digital marketing, Jahid Ahmed, Aniview, business director – APAC Matthew Bray, HT Digital Streams, chief content officer, Prasad Sanyal, and Social Beat co-founder and director Vikas Chawla. The discussion will be moderated by Indiantelevision.com Group founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief Anil Wanvari.

Apart from discussing the most common reasons for revenue loss for publishers in India, the webinar will throw light on the latest Google Policy in India, publisher Ad Ops, the latest video technologies, and how publishers can better utilise their own AdX. 

The role of Aniview, which provides end-to-end video advertising and monetisation solutions will also be discussed. The virtual event will also highlight how a self-serve player platform like Aniview can address some of these challenges that publishers tend to face. Publishers can make better use of video players to self-manage traffic that is typically sold as out-stream inventory. By running a video player in these placements publishers can make better use of their own video content to engage their users and create more ad opportunities. When deployed correctly this can lead to significant revenue lifts.

To join the discussion, register: https://indiantelevision.com/events/aniview/event-platform/registration.php

The event will be live-streamed LIVE on YouTube and other social media handles of Indiantelevision.com. 

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