Definition[edit | edit source]

Addressable TV advertising refers to

technologies [that] enable advertisers to selectively segment TV audiences and serve different ads or ad pods (groups of ads) within a common program or navigation screen. Segmentation can occur at geographic, demographic, behavioral and (in some cases) self-selected individual household levels, through cable, satellite and Internet Protocol television (IPTV) delivery systems and set-top boxes (STBs).[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Gartner, IT Glossary (full-text).
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