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December 2019 Newsletter

IAB Australia's December 2019 Newsletter.

Growth continues for online advertising underpinned by strong video trading

28th November 2019: Although growth is slower than in previous years, digital has bucked the overall advertising slowdown, with the latest IAB Online Advertising Expenditure Report prepared by PwC revealing the market grew 3% quarter on quarter and 6.5% year on year to reach $2.381b for the September quarter.   The report, which is recognised as the industry standard for independent market level industry intelligence in Australia, has been revamped to enable members to review market data at a glance.  

November 2019 Newsletter

IAB Australia's November 2019 Newsletter.

New research finds brand building impact of digital advertising  has been underestimated

29th October 2019:  Digital channels are effective at delivering brand impact and more cost efficient than most offline channels according to an Australian first report released today by Kantar at IAB Australia’s MeasureUp conference. The report, The Digital Brand Effect, found that the long term retained brand impacts for digital campaigns are at least on par with those of other media; with 20% of the original brand impact of digital campaigns retained for eight weeks after the original exposure.

Online advertising continues year-on-year growth to reach $9 billion

Monday 2nd September 2019: Australian brands and agencies continue to grow their investment in digital advertising with total spend for the 2019 financial year increasing by 7.1% year-on-year to reach $9.0bn (2018: $8.5bn). Of the total spend, 45% was attributed to Search and Directories, 37% to General Display and the remaining 18% to Classifieds.

IAB Australia Statement on the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry Report

IAB Australia is pleased that the ACCC’s Digital Platforms Inquiry final report recognises the importance of an advertising funded model in allowing consumers to freely access a wide range of important content and services. The IAB will closely review the recommendations made in the report and will work actively with both Industry and Government to identify the best approaches to meet the new consumer focused privacy recommendations as well as drive further transparency in the ad tech supply chain.

IAB Australia launches industry mentorship program

Announces appointment of Rubicon Project’s Rohan Creasey as co-chair of Executive Technology Council

17 June 2019; SYDNEY:  IAB Australia’s Executive Technology Council has launched an industry mentorship program to support and enable the next generation of digital advertising and technology industry talent.  With a particular focus on supporting gender diversity and identifying the unsung heroes of the industry, the program will provide support for up to 40 mentees via 20 mentors every six months. The IAB will be accepting nominations on the IAB website from 20th June for mentees from member organisations with five years or less industry experience.

Guardian Australia joins IAB Australia Board

3rd June 2019; SYDNEY:  IAB Australia has announced the appointment of Guardian Australia to the IAB Board, effective immediately.  The company will be represented by Guardian Australia’s Director of Commercial Operations, Tereza Alexandratos and Managing Director, Dan Stinton. 

Online advertising Q1 2019 sees seasonal drop while year-on-year growth continues apace

Monday 27th May 2019: Online advertising has continued to climb in Australia with revenues increasing 4.9% year on year to reach $2.2billion for the first quarter of 2019. The data which was drawn from the IAB Australia Online Advertising Expenditure Report (OAER) published today by PwC, also showed that video, mobile and classified advertising were the stand out performers, increasing year on year by 15%, 26% and 7% respectively.

IAB Australia recommends adoption of apps-ads.txt to help fight ad fraud

23rd May 2019; SYDNEY: IAB Australia today that apps-ads.txt, its authorised inventory product for advertising within in-app environments on mobile and OTT (over-the-top) and any other app inventory, is now ready for adoption.  Digital buyers have been advised they should actively look for app-ads.txt files along with ads.txt files when reviewing inventory, to help shift programmatic media spend to authorised supply paths.  Additionally, IAB has recommended that local publishers adopt the solution immediately, so as to help limit the ability of criminal entities profiting via counterfeit programmatic advertising inventory.

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