Broadcasters are facing the reality of a shrinking audience as viewers move online in favor of streaming and on-demand content. In many ways, this trend resembles the disruption seen in the digital publishing industry. This session reveals how broadcasters can apply many of the same tactics and technology deployed by digital publishers to future-proof their business and drive digital growth in streaming.
Provide personalized customer experiences for engaged users with Piano with fully scaled customization and connecting audiences with offsite benefits
Every paid subscriber starts out as a casual user. Here are three ways to increase the value of fly-by visitors to your website.
Piano Academy returned in September 2021 with presentations for publishers and broadcasters on subscriptions, analytics and personalization.
Discover how first-party contextual data will allow you to build cross-device user profiles and drive conversions with personalized customer experiences.
Publishers and news brands are experimenting with different levels of personalization to improve the experience of visitors to their sites and to encourage them to become more loyal, regular readers.
If publishers want to convert website visitors into paying customers, they’ll need to master the art of using data to create audience profiles.
Contextual data helps you understand more about your users to deliver more personalized experiences to them and go beyond just a lead’s name to understand their industry, work, and content preferences
Progressive profiling is a method of gradually acquiring zero- and first-party data from your users and slowly piecing together detailed audience profiles using those insights.
Whether it's subscription or sponsorship, public media outlets leverage their content with the goodwill of their audiences. Brand loyalty is the secret to public media's success.
First-party and zero-party data are invaluable because both are provided directly by the user, so you know where it’s sourced, which means it also tends to be more accurate than third-party data.
A quick recap of the top stories we loved diving into over this last month! Right now, we’re tuned in to all the buzz about Google’s third-party cookie deprecation delay and what it means.
These fundamentals to safeguarding your business and your data will ensure you'll be prepared for the day cookies are eliminated.
Clear criteria can be helpful when looking for an identity solution. Here are five recommendations for evaluating and testing identity solution providers as the clock winds down on third-party cookies
With cookie deprecation approaching, now is the time for publishers and other owners of first-party data to align on forward-looking strategies
Google confirmed that it will now not phase out support for or use of third-party cookies until later in 2023, setting their deadline back two years from what was originally announced in ear
We recently continued our discussion of third-party cookie deprecation with Ad Age Studio 30 and ID5 on "How the right data can build brand value and protect consumer privacy."
A sea change in measurement is underway, as the industry begins to move beyond its longtime reliance on third-party data to target consumers. But what's really the best long-term option for companies
We break down the differences between zero- and first-party data, both helpful data types for building up a better understanding of your users.
Ad Age Studio 30 partnered with Piano for a virtual roundtable discussion in April with leaders from five media corporations moderated by Studio 30 Editor John Dioso, Peter Turner and Joanna Catalano.
Piano will give clients choice and flexibility in harnessing their own data for onsite in the lead-up to third-party cookie deprecation with a new solution and key partnerships.