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Sydney, 13th March 2017: Underpinned by solid growth across Display, Search and Classifieds, online advertising expenditure has grown to $7.4 billion in calendar year 2016, a 23 percent gain on expenditure in CY15. Results for 2016 and quarter ending Dec 31 2016 have been released in the latest publication of the IAB/PwC Online Advertising Expenditure Report. The full report is available for IAB Australia members.
Sydney, 23rd February 2017: Digital measurement, a trustworthy digital value chain, building brands online and growing mobile value will be the key priorities for IAB Australia in 2017 according to its CEO Vijay Solanki. Speaking today at a media briefing supported by the IAB Chair, Nicole Sheffield, Solanki noted the watchwords for the year will be simplify and inspire, as the IAB works with marketers, publishers, agencies and adtech vendors, as well as driving positive collaborations with other industry bodies. Solanki also announced the launch of three new Councils and the appointment of a new Regulatory Affairs Director, Kamani Krishnan.
Sydney, 23rd February 2017: IAB Australia has announced the appointment of Kamani Krishnan as Director of Regulatory Affairs. With ten years’ experience in government relations, legal advice and policy expertise, Kamani will take the lead on policy and regulatory issues facing the digital advertising industry.
SYDNEY, 8 February, 2016: Eight out of 10 media buyers have bought streaming digital audio advertising, according to inaugural IAB “Digital Audio Advertising: State of the Nation” trade survey. It also reveals Australian agencies are leveraging their existing audio expertise by using the same team for broadcast radio and streaming digital audio planning and buying.
Sydney, 1 February 2017: IAB Australia has announced that Libby Minogue, REA Group’s Executive General Manager of Media and Marketing, has joined the organisation’s board. Recognised as a digital leader in media advertising, Minogue brings to the IAB her 20 years of experience from diverse roles in Australia and overseas. Libby also is on the Board of Tennis Australia.
Unprecedented collaboration of three key viewability vendors and PwC delivers independent and transparent measure of average viewability as part of a discussion whitepaper
Sydney, 13th December, 2016: IAB Australia has confirmed its position on Viewability, announcing the publication of its promised white paper which details seven key areas around viewability and also delivers the first tranche of viewability benchmarking data. The data was collected by PwC and supported by Comscore, Integral Ad Science (IAS) and Moat who collaborated to provide industry data. IAB Australia has confirmed that the benchmarking data will be published every six months.
The Video Ad Serving Template (VAST) specification was created by the IAB Tech Lab in the U.S. and has been examined by a Working Group of volunteers from IAB Australia member companies.
DOWNLOAD THE VAST 4.0 DOCUMENT
Also included are:
VAST 4.0 FAQ
THE DIGITAL VIDEO IN-STREAM AD FORMAT GUIDELINES
Sydney, 30 November, 2016: Total online advertising spend continues to grow, reaching just over $1.88 billion for the three months ending 30 September 2016 according to the latest PwC/IAB Online Advertising Expenditure Report. The industry growth represents a 3.7 percent gain on last quarter and a 20.3 percent gain over Q3 2015.
SYDNEY, 23 Nov., 2016: A joint project between Nomad and Deepend has taken first place in Round 11.2 of IAB Australia’s Creative Showcase competition with “Sound Storm” campaign for the National Acoustic Laoratory which uses an iPad auditory training game to treat children suffering from Spatial Processing Disorder. Second place went to M&C Saatchi for “The Teleporter Adventures” for Commonwealth Bank and third was awarded to AnalogFolk for its work for CrownBet on the “Fanterpreter” campaign.
Sydney, 21st November 2016: Almost 30% of Australian consumers are now using ad blocking technology on one of their devices according to a new study released today by IAB Australia and conducted by Pureprofile. According to the IAB AdBlocking in Australia study, a fear of viruses and malware is the most common reason for installing the software (20 percent of respondents), but 16 percent of respondents reported that they had installed the ad blocker because they felt there were too many ads on sites.