DVR Updates, GDPR Fines, Vendor Capability Confusion

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we come to you as an award-winning podcast, which is very humbling and exciting.  What has Comcast done to impact traditional TV ads? Who was hit with GDPR fines and what’s next? Why are brands wasting money trying to use the wrong vendors to solve for business problems? All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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Themes From Gartner Marketing

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we review the themes coming out of this year’s Gartner Marketing Symposium in sunny San Diego. Who gets the “A Little Too Personal” award this week? Why is connected TV so important to audience reach? What is most important in generating customer value? All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 26: Comcast, AT&T, and Data

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we turn back the clock to see what the Turn/Verizon controversy of 2015 has to do with my watching the PGA Championship final round yesterday.  What are Comcast and AT&T doing to compete against each other while also evolving their own platforms to future-proof their advertising spots?  What does this mean for advertisers and agencies?  All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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