New partner integrations make comScore’s video viewability reporting easily accessible.
RESTON, Va., July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a global media measurement and analytics company, today announced that the Media Rating Council (MRC) granted the company accreditation for video viewability measurement in the Ad Validation suite of validated Campaign Essentials™ (vCE®). comScore video viewability measurement includes the removal of sophisticated invalid traffic (IVT) for video ad impressions, and expands on the solution’s existing accreditation from the MRC for display ad viewability (which also removes sophisticated IVT), engagement, brand safety and geography.
In addition to this MRC accreditation, comScore has integrated its video viewability technology with a growing list of partners (integrations are not accredited by MRC) to make measurement easily accessible across a variety of publisher and technology providers. New partners include AOL, Brightcove, FreeWheel, Gannett, Innovid, Vindico and Videology.
“We are pleased to receive accreditation from the MRC for our video viewability measurement, as it underscores our continued commitment to transparency and alignment with industry standards,” said Anne Hunter, Senior Vice President at comScore. “As video advertising becomes a larger portion of an advertiser’s budget, being able to provide our clients with our video viewability solution that is integrated into the various tools they use every day is one of our top priorities.”
“MRC is dedicated to securing audience measurement services that are valid, reliable and effective for the media industry,” said George W. Ivie, Executive Director and CEO of the MRC. “The Viewable Ad Impression Measurement Guidelines are aimed at providing standards for the industry to follow to ensure quality measurements for display and digital video advertising. We congratulate comScore for meeting the rigorous standards necessary to earn MRC accreditation for its video advertising measurement solution.”