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Media Governance & Guardianship

  1.    Survey Results: Transmedia and multiscreen marketing
    ChannelsIntegrated marketing

    Survey Results: Transmedia and multiscreen marketing

    Contains results from an online survey amongst members of WFA’s IMC and Media Forums.

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  2.    Benchmark on splitting strategic media planning from buying
    Media governanceAgency managementAgency rostersMarketing procurementOrganisation & structure

    Benchmark on splitting strategic media planning from buying

    Benchmark survey on whether clients have currently or previously aligned strategic media planning with a full service/creative…

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  3.    Survey on media management in the US
    Media governanceAgency rostersOrganisation & structure

    Survey on media management in the US

    Survey on client-side media management in the US, including the level of optimisation the market allows, the prevalence of media…

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  4.    Guide to Programmatic Media (2014)
    ProgrammaticAgency managementData & analytics

    Guide to Programmatic Media (2014)

    An introduction and guide to the programmatic media landscape, with focus on the suppliers and the different models of trading desks…

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  5.    WFA Media Charter (2008)
    Ad fraud & verificationAudience measurementBrand safetyChannelsMedia governanceMedia transparencyBrand safety

    WFA Media Charter (2008)

    This charter has been developed by the Media Committee of the WFA.

    Its aim is to state the advertisers’ principles and…
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  3. In August 2021, eleven of the largest global food and drinks brands agreed to further restrict advertising to children of products high in fat, sugar and salt. Join our webinar to understand the background to this voluntary global initiative and find out what compliance means in practice.

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