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Blog Oct. 9, 2015 | Share

It's Make it or Break it Time for the Fall TV Season

It's Make it or Break it Time for the Fall TV Season

September is here and with it comes fall foliage, back to school sales and the much anticipated start to the new TV season. Between now and December, networks will premiere almost 40 new programs in an effort to catch our attention and create this season's breakout show. Read more

Blog Oct. 1, 2015 | Share

The Future of TV: Audience Lift and Audience Shift

The Future of TV: Audience Lift and Audience Shift

The fact that viewing habits are driving TV to a multi-platform future is not anything new. However, when industry-leaders who remain innovative amid all of this change get together to talk about this future, I make a point to listen to their predictions. Read more

Blog Sep. 29, 2015 | Share

The Rise of the Super Viewer and Why Advertisers Should Care

The Rise of the Super Viewer and Why Advertisers Should Care

Consumers today benefit from new technologies that have dramatically changed how we watch TV ... or at this point, video in general. Yet, through the rapid adoption of new viewing options like binge-watching and time shifted viewing, a new type of consumer has risen: the Super Viewer. Instead of one platform competing with another for attention and... Read more

Blog Sep. 17, 2015 | Share

Is the Future of TV Programmatic?

Is the Future of TV Programmatic?

comScore’s first-ever industry summit on the future of audiences and advertising, brought together many of the leading lights from both the digital and the television businesses. So it was not surprising that the panel discussion titled “Is the Future of TV Programmatic?” was a program highlight. Read more

Blog Feb. 12, 2015 | Share

comScore and Kantar Partner on Global Cross-Media Audience and Campaign Measurement


Earlier today, comScore announced a strategic alliance with WPP’s data investment management division, Kantar. The alliance establishes a framework to bring the best of breed elements from the two companies – our products, technology, data assets, research panels and relationships – together to provide world class cross-platform audience and advertising... Read more

Blog Jan. 27, 2015 | Share

Solving the Multi-Platform Video Measurement Challenge

Solving the Multi-Platform Video Measurement Challenge

Technological innovation occurs rapidly, and consumers have always been quick to adapt. One area this is especially true is digital video, as mass adoption of smartphones and tablets, combined with faster 4G internet speeds have fueled explosive growth. Predictably, consumers have altered their TV viewing habits to reap the benefits of increased content... Read more

Blog Jun. 10, 2014 | Share

Six Questions: Gian Fulgoni, comScore

Six Questions Gian Fulgoni, comScore

For better or worse, comScore has been closely identified over the past 20 years with the measurement and verification of web traffic and audiences. As the herd moves to mobile devices and addressable TV, how much does that challenge your position? Read more

Blog Apr. 25, 2013 | Share

comScore at the NewFronts: UbiquiTV is the New Reality


At the NewFronts, everyone will be looking to decipher the dynamics of this increasingly multi-platform world we live in, where the lines between TV and digital video, and premium and non-premium content, are blurring. Once requiring a cable hookup, TV shows are now being watched on computers, tablets, smartphones and game consoles. And while YouTube... Read more

Blog Sep. 7, 2010 | Share

The Lure of TV Advertising for Internet Businesses

I’ve been struck recently by the number of Internet companies that are advertising on television. Clearly, this trend must reflect an acknowledgment by online businesses - big and small - of the appeal and value of advertising on TV, even as the Internet continues to gain share of all media spending. In fact, over the past decade TV has increased... Read more

Blog Sep. 3, 2009 | Share

My Two Cents on the Online Video Conundrum

It’s occurred to me as of late that the online video conundrum – simply put, the fact that online video advertising growth is not tracking at the same rate as that of online video consumption – is in many ways self-inflicted. While there are several reasons for the slow shift in ad spend, I can’t help but think that one of the biggest is the... Read more