How Twitter Helps Brands Be Proactive about Safety
A look at Twitter’s policies, products and partnerships that are making Twitter a safe place for people and brands.
Striking the Right Suitability for Your Brand
Over the past several years, advertisers have begun to recognize the distinction between brand safety and brand suitability. Appearing beside unquestionably objectionable content poses a reputation risk for almost any brand. Brand suitability, however, is more subjective. What’s suitable for one brand may not be suitable for another — this is especially true when it comes to our evolving news cycle.
Why Front Page News & Professionally Produced Content Should Always Be Sold Out
Fake news is a worldwide concern that not only shares misinformation on the grandest scale, it also fuels fear into the hearts and minds of every human being without prejudice no matter the language, culture or geography. Now, more than ever, it is imperative to not only support, but where possible, fund professionally produced news on YouTube and any other news channel to ensure only the high quality, fact-based, content is seeing the light of day.
TAG Fraud Benchmark Results For Asian Markets
This session will feature findings from the latest TAG APAC Fraud Benchmark Study. Nick Stringer, Vice President, Global Engagement & Operations, TAG, will discuss how the Trustworthy Accountability Group continues to work towards a global solution to combat ad fraud.
Data, Public Policy, and the Legislative Environment in Europe
Rob Rasko, President, Brand Safety Series, will be in a fireside chat with Sheila Colclasure, Head of Digital Responsibility and Public Policy, IPG Kinesso, one of the world's largest holding companies. Colclasure is well-known as a voice of reason who has lobbied on the topic in Washington and European legislatures. Rasko and Colclasure will talk specifically about how advertising executives can prepare for new policies that are likely coming on the horizon.
Insights on the Future of Travel Readiness
Company executives across the globe are wrestling with how business travel has been and will be disrupted by recent events and business transformation. Rob Rasko, President, Brand Safety Summit Series, will share a preview of findings from the Event Travel Readiness Report set to publish later this month
A More Consumer Responsible Approach to Brand Safety
As brand safety matures across the globe, many advertisers and agencies are expanding the concept of brands being more socially aware and pushing for alignment to corporate values. These values now include diversity & inclusion, algorithmic fairness, data ethics, sustainability, truth, and a balanced approach to sources of (mis/dis)information. Media buyers are putting a finer point on their market approaches and are discussing how to manage through to achieve a better complement of media “responsibility". Some have dubbed it "Responsible Investment", while other have focused on "Brand Integrity" or "Brand Assurance". Hear from the practitioners on why these definitions matter.