There Will Be No Kingmaking in the New World of TV Measurement
After decades of a “business as usual” approach to TV measurement, the industry has at last broken free of outdated paradigms and Nielsen’s quasi-monopoly on TV measurement.
Why Surveys Might Be Skewing Your Attribution
No matter how meticulously a survey is crafted, it will always inherently be prone to error. Learn how Tatari solves this problem with a highly accurate mechanism for estimating TV lift.
Tatari Gives Marketers Powerful Tools for Granular TV Campaign Analysis
See the new features we're releasing to help marketers measure TV campaigns with the sophistication and detail of a digital campaign, making it easier to compare one against the other.
Video: Streaming Incrementality Explained
Here’s a short video that walks you through our measurement of streaming TV, and how we deal with things such as: incrementality, device mappings, immediate and delayed response, and lower and upper-funnel measurement.
How 4 DTC Disruptors Use Digital Best Practices to Succeed on TV
We partnered with Adweek to look at how four top DTC brands—Roman, Made In, Ibotta and Rothy’s—are using a data-driven approach to drive performance with TV advertising.
Marketer's Guide to Video & TV in 2021
Digiday and Tatari surveyed more than 70 advertisers and asked them about their attitudes and practices related to overall video investment and how TV-related spending strategies are evolving. This state of the industry report creates a picture of the future of TV and digital video investment.
Video: Understanding linear TV measurement
Even though linear TV has been around much longer than streaming, deterministic attribution is typically more difficult. Here is a short video that walks you through our measurement of linear TV.
Validating incrementality in baseline+lift models for linear TV
In this article, we put Tatari’s incrementality approach for incrementality in linear TV (dynamic baselining) to the test by comparing it with a pure test-control experiment.
Mastering TV advertising with Roman: View-through and incrementality in measurement
In this video, you'll learn when to use view-through vs incrementality, the pros and cons of each, and how Roman uses these methodologies together to optimize their campaigns.
The importance of incrementality in TV
While search and social media – Facebook, in particular – are still the most popular, TV advertisers can be found on just about any platform, including radio, direct mail and out of home.
Incrementality explained: Comparing TV and Facebook
Marketers should always compare the performance of Facebook to that of TV, but this comparison can only be performed if both platforms are evaluated using marginal cost and incrementality