Sports advertising helps agencies, big or small, beat market fragmentation and harness the reach of live sporting events to make their clients’ brands stand out among sports fans, one of the most diverse and passionate audiences in today’s media landscape.
From traditional TV and subscription-based streaming platforms to free ad-supported streaming TV (FAST) and genre-specific apps, advertisers have ample access to viewers. But in the heavily saturated video landscape, brands need to diversify their advertising approach to find and reach the right audiences.
There is no shortage of video content available for audiences to watch. Its ongoing proliferation combined with the convergence of new and traditional endpoints is shaking up the video ecosystem at large. And with TV’s evolution, the time is now to accurately define the medium.
With millions tuning into major sporting events, sports TV programming remains an effective way for brands to reach audiences—beyond just the biggest games. But are advertisers limiting their audience reach by reserving their budgets for specific sporting seasons?
Get the latest insights on engagement and consumption trends across streaming and linear TV advertising. The 2023 Comcast Advertising Report provides actionable recommendations for the modern multiscreen TV advertiser to navigate today’s complex advertising ecosystem.
Baseball’s new rule changes could positively impact the sport’s ability to reach engaged viewers on TV. Let’s look at the new rules in place that will likely have some impact for brands.
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