Thursday, July 27, 2017
CNN, Turner Sports Agree To Nielsen Measurement
The long-term agreement between Nielsen and Turner delivers program and commercial ratings for live plus seven days of time-shifted viewing. The National Out-of-Home Reporting Service is a key component of Nielsen’s Total Audience framework, the only electronic measurement solution that provides viewing estimates for both in-home and out-of-home linear TV consumption.
“Sports viewing is an immensely social activity; taking in a game at the local bar, for example,” said Jay Leon, Vice President of Turner Sports Research. “These are highly engaged sports fans, and it’s important to accumulate a full understanding of those out-of-home audiences as a key component of how video is consumed on all devices and platforms. With Nielsen’s National Out-of-Home Reporting Service, we are taking another step forward in delivering those holistic insights for our advertising partners.”
CNN broke new ground as the first television network to leverage PPM to measure their out-of-home audiences. Now, the participation in this new opt-in service provides CNN and Turner Sports with syndicated program-level data on a weekly basis, revealing a more complete picture of their total audiences. These additional insights enable Turner to demonstrate the fuller value of their linear TV content to advertisers.
“As part of our Nielsen Total Audience framework, we deliver measurement solutions that empower clients to be flexible, help drive more informed decisions and play a key role in working with clients to deliver increased value to advertisers,” said Peter Bradbury, Managing Director, Nielsen National Client Solutions. “For more than a decade, Turner has been a key collaborator in our efforts to pioneer and develop an out-of-home service that allows for the measurement and monetization of the known viewing that’s happening away from the home. This agreement is an example of the joint effort and we are pleased to have an expanded relationship.”
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