TronTV Selects Kubient as Premiere Transparent Programmatic Partner for Ad Fraud Prevention Through KAI
Marking Kubient’s First Programmatic OTT Desktop Partnership
Kubient, the cloud advertising marketplace that enables advertisers and publishers to reach, monetize and connect their audiences efficiently and effectively, announced its partnership with TronTV, the free AVOD streaming service reaching 85 million monthly viewers, as the platform’s first premiere programmatic partner to detect ad fraud. The partnership will mark Kubient’s first play in the desktop app space.
“As fraud continues to be prevalent in the media space, it continues to grow in the OTT video space which can be problematic for brands” said Bruce Warshaw, VP of Programmatic at Kubient. “We look forward to working with TronTV to ensure its ecosystem remains premium and free of ad fraud, continuing to attract advertisers to its platform.”
TronTV turned to Kubient for its expertise in fraud prevention and its proprietary Kubient Artificial Intelligence (KAI) to identify, flag, and prevent ad fraud in real time, enabling advertisers to bid on inventory without hesitation for fear of fraudulent traffic. TronTV has a unique advertising experience because their content and ads are distributed through multiple owned and operated platforms.
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Through the partnership, advertisers and TronTV will both have more visibility and transparency during the programmatic process, allowing TronTV to better understand the advertisers buying inventory and giving the advertisers more insight on the inventory and traffic they are purchasing.
“With an AVOD business model, we’re committed to providing a quality ad experience for our users, as well as providing a premium environment for our advertisers,” said Nick Brondo, Head of Global Programmatic Ad Partnerships & Platform at TronTV. “Fraud continues to negatively impact the advertisers and publishers, which is why we’re partnering with a leader like Kubient, to help keep our platform safe.”
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