SEASIDE, Calif. July 26, 2011 $5.65 billion AccuStream Research
Online and Mobile Video Advertising Networks, Serving Platforms and Exchanges: Comparative Business Model, Inventory, Media Spend and Revenue Analytics,
Media spend and net revenue growth trajectories are provided by sector, company and inventory format supported, that combined with business model analytics yields a complete inter-sector valuation, revealing multi-screen market dynamics and trends.
Mobile ad networks and platforms are forecast to account for 4.7% of combined inter-sector gross video media spend in 2011, up from 2.4% in 2010, measured against filled inventory of 107.5 billion global impressions.
Mobile video impressions are estimated to make up 7.9% of total inventory, often priced on a performance, or CPC basis (or eCPM equivalent), generating 18% of total billed mobile media.
By contrast, online video ad networks, serving platforms and exchanges are on track to clear 340 billion impressions in 2011, normally paid against a CPM model.
Online networks and platforms are intent on capturing a share of the mobile and connected devices ecosystem, making the requisite R & D investments and leveraging their existing client roster and relationships to do so.
Top line revenue (historical and forecast), net revenue (gross media spend minus publisher payouts), gross media spend, total inventory, filled inventory, paid media, click-through rates, CPMs, CPC pricing, participation percentages and extensive business model analysis are detailed in the report by mobile and online solutions provider.
Online entrants analyzed include Audience Science, Blinkx, Brightroll, TREMOR VIDEO, YuMe Inc., SpotXChange, TidalTV, TubeMogul, Collective, Adap.tv, Liverail and adBrite and others.
Mobile network and platform counterparts include Aditic, AdMarvel, AdFonic, Greystripe, MobileTheory, Millennial Media, Jumptap, Smaato and Zestadz, among others. In-depth Q & A’s by provider augment the report’s operations analytics.
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