Podcasting is a growing part of the audio market and for Nielsen it is an expanding part of its measurement business. Its latest product is aimed at measuring the effectiveness of digitally inserted podcast ads in real-time.
Veritone expects the GRID initiative to more rapidly scale its AI-powered energy business, helping to reach its goal of an interconnected, on-demand, green and autonomous electrical grid.
Veritone has unveiled its new Grid Reliability in Device (GRID) initiative, a plan to embed Veritone’s intelligent predictive controllers into common renewable grid assets, including solar and storage inverters, battery storage systems, EV chargers, wind turbines and hydroelectric power systems.
Veritone Announces GRID Initiative to Improve Grid Reliability in the Global Transition to Green Energy
Veritone announced its new Grid Reliability in Device (GRID) initiative, an aggressive plan to embed Veritone’s intelligent predictive controllers into common renewable grid assets, including solar and storage inverters, battery storage systems, EV chargers, wind turbines and hydroelectric power...
Where social audio builds on podcasting is that it’s more of a two-way dialogue, said Hilary Ross, vp of podcast media at the audio-focused agency Veritone One, which has sponsored a few podcast hosts on Clubhouse on behalf of clients.
“Subscription podcasting has been part of the podcasting landscape for years, but Apple’s announcement will help expand this as an option for consumers and creators as Apple seeks to remain competitive in the rapidly growing podcast environment,” said Stephen Smyk, svp of podcast and influencer mark
Veritone Energy Solutions wins highest honors in Business Intelligence Group annual AI industry awards program.
Although podcasting has surged in popularity in recent years and is a major growth segment for the radio industry, television companies are just now tipping their toes into the audio arena.
Aurora Media Worldwide chief strategy officer, Barry Flanigan, revealed the latest developments in how the company has kept up with audience demands.
Seven categories –– including Funniest, Best Pandemic-Related and Content Creator of the Year –– were selected by the virtual live audience. The VVVAs were held virtually on Tuesday, February 25, and gave fans and partners the opportunity to watch and vote for their favorite viral videos from 2020.