Travelers are dreaming, searching, and booking travel across devices through a variety of advertising channels. Travel brands need to diversify their ad channel mix to stay relevant.
What’s in the Report
You have the opportunity to connect with travelers as they watch what they like, when they like, and how they like. Download this report to learn more about Connected TV as we cover:
- Explanations of Connected TV
- Benefits and industry trends
- Why Connected TV works
- Reach linear and programmatic buyers
Diversifying Your Advertising Mix
With CTV, advertisers can compliment their linear campaigns by extending reach beyond a network or show. A presence on both can only serve to connect with more travelers in the moments that matter.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What does LTV and CTV stand for?
LTV, linear TV, is traditional cable television, viewing in real-time. CTV, connected TV, is any TV that can be connected to the internet and access content beyond what is available by a cable provider. In this report, we break down popular TV formats, defining the industry terminology around them.
What are cord-cutters?
Cord-cutters are viewers who have canceled their LTV subscriptions for CTV services only. “Cord-nevers” are usually younger generations who have never subscribed to LTV. These consumers are making CTV one of the largest opportunities for advertisers.