Media Governance & Guardianship
Media Governance & Guardianship
Steering Media from the Centre
In this paper, we discuss the advantages of steering media from the centre, as well as when and if it makes sense to do so.
ChannelsGamingIntegrated marketingDigital transformation
Gaming Demystified: Unlocking brand growth opportunities in video gaming
This research and report have been produced by 2CV in conjunction with the World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) and Branded…
Brand safetyProgrammaticDigital policyBrand safetyData collection & privacy
DGX meeting overview (September 2019)
Overview of the Digital Governance Exchange (DGX) meeting held on September 5th, 2019 in New York
ChannelsBrand purposeBrand reputation
Cannes 2019 Wrap
In Cannes this year, WFA with the help of The Economist Group, talked to a number of marketing leaders about their priorities and…
A campaign for better measurement
Global brands are calling for a cross media measurement model. Matt Green explains why.
Brand safetyDigital policyBrand safety
PAG Platform Policy Group Meeting Overview (July 2019, Brussels)
Overview of the Policy Action Group (PAG) Platform Policy Group meeting held on July 16th, 2019
ProgrammaticAgency managementAgency rostersMarketing procurementOrganisation & structure
Sourcing Forum meeting overview (June 2019)
Overview of the Sourcing Forum held on June 26th, 2019 in New York.
Ad fraud & verificationMedia governanceProgrammatic
Media Forum Meeting Overview (June 2019, Shanghai)
Overview of the Media Forum held on June 27th, 2019 in Shanghai
Ad fraud & verificationProgrammaticAd blockingAgency managementDigital transformationOrganisation & structureData-driven marketing
The State of Advertising
WFA has teamed up with The Economist Group for a study into the current state of advertising.
Brand safetyDigital policyBrand safetyFood marketingMarketing lawOrganisation & structure
PAG Meeting Overview (May 2019, Brussels)
Meeting overview, presentations and briefings from WFA’s Policy Action Group (PAG) meeting on 7 May 2019 in Brussels.
Webinar: The Global Media Charter
Published in 2018, the WFA Global Media Charter sets out what advertisers think needs to change in digital media today and eight…
Media governanceMedia transparency
Swedish Advertisers' guide to digital advertising
New guide from the Swedish Advertisers which aims to help advertisers better understand and demand more transparency and better…
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