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Blog Aug. 3, 2011 | Share

AdXpose + comScore: A Gamechanger for Online Advertising Measurement

comScore is very excited to announce today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire AdXpose, a leader in ad verification, optimization and brand safety. Consistent with comScore’s track record of leadership and innovation, the acquisition of AdXpose, combined with comScore’s existing Campaign Essentials product, will enable the... Read more

Blog Jul. 11, 2011 | Share

Staying Ahead of Invalid Traffic in Digital Audience Measurement

Since the dawn of the Internet, spam has been one of the most prevalent issues plaguing legitimate digital businesses. This persistent pest exists in a variety of very familiar forms, such as email, link and search spam. In comScore’s business of measuring the digital world, we have recently encountered new varieties of spam affecting digital audience... Read more

Blog Mar. 17, 2011 | Share

Oscar Efforts Successfully Court Younger Demographics Online

In yet another effort to court a younger demographic, Oscar producers picked 29-year-old Anne Hathaway and 33-year-old James Franco to host the famed awards show this year. It was an unusual choice not only because the two are not seasoned comedians—recent hosts have included Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Rock, and Jon Stewart—but also because they are... Read more

Blog Mar. 8, 2011 | Share

Digital Media in Canada: Looking Back at 2010 and Forward to 2011

2010 was a year of recovery, innovation and progress. For publishers, advertisers and agencies alike, the Canadian digital media industry was a rewarding place to be in 2010. With today’s release of the 2010 Canada Digital Year in Review, comScore provides a comprehensive summary of Canadian digital media usage, trends and user demographics across... Read more

Blog Oct. 1, 2010 | Share

comScore Unearths Gems from the Data Mine for You!

At comScore, we are constantly mining our vast mountain of data and surfacing interesting new findings that we don’t always get the opportunity to share publicly. So today we are introducing a new website, the comScore Data Mine. This site is our way of bringing more insights to you by regularly publishing new “data gems,” which are colorful,... Read more

Blog Jun. 17, 2010 | Share

Latin America – A Story of Growth

Earlier this week Alejandro Fosk, senior vice president of comScore Latin America, presented the State of the Internet in Latin America, which provided a look at recent region and market trends in this dynamic and growing part of the world. Read more

Blog May. 26, 2010 | Share

comScore Announces Media Metrix 360 Measurement Platform Now Open + New Program for Start-Ups

Today comScore made two very important announcements at the TechCrunch Disrupt Conference in NY that we are extremely excited to share with the industry Read more

Blog Apr. 7, 2010 | Share

Unified Digital Measurement™: Not Just Another Pretty (Hybrid) Face

By now, many in the digital space have heard of comScore’s Media Metrix 360 initiative. This represented a major enhancement to comScore’s original panel-only audience measurement approach, where we blend server side data with our panel data to create a more holistic, comprehensive and granular view of the digital landscape. What might not be so... Read more

Blog Jan. 24, 2010 | Share

Update on the Evolution of comScore Media Metrix 360

It’s been nearly seven months since comScore first announced the introduction of Media Metrix 360, our new panel-centric Unified Measurement of digital audiences. Our stated premise behind this initiative was to bring the digital media industry a solution which integrates server-side web analytics which do a good job of measuring total page views... Read more

Blog Nov. 24, 2009 | Share

comScore Gets On the Map in Istanbul!

This past week I had the unique privilege of speaking at Google Day in Istanbul, Turkey. I’ll be honest – when I first agreed to take on this speaking engagement, I was a little apprehensive. This would be my first trip to Istanbul, and I’ll admit that my knowledge of the country was fairly limited. In addition to not knowing much about the... Read more