SpringServe Powering Video Advertising on SXSW TV Apps

SXSW Will Leverage SpringServe’s Ad Serving Technology to Deliver High Quality Video Ad Experiences to Attendees

SpringServe, the leading ad serving platform for connected TV (CTV), announced a strategic collaboration with SXSW, to power inventory on their video on demand content, both online and on the SXSW TV apps.

SpringServe’s advanced ad serving and inventory management technology helps publishers streamline their monetization to capture the full value of their inventory, all while ensuring high quality ad experiences. SXSW will leverage SpringServe to ensure high-quality in-app video advertising experiences for attendees.

“We created SXSW TV to provide our audience with a premium viewing experience wherever they are. SpringServe’s industry-leading technology has allowed us to effortlessly connect our sponsors to our audience in new and exciting ways,” said Justin Bankston, CTO, SXSW.

With their online schedule and connected TV apps, SXSW is able to bring its amazing content directly to attendees, whether they are in the audience in Austin or on the other side of the world. The chronological and geographic barriers have all come down, for both the creators who make the event, and the audience eager to learn from them. In the same way the physical event provides value by connecting sponsors to attendees, they will also benefit from visibility on SXSW TV and the online schedule.

“SpringServe’s platform can be used across any video environment. As the industry is gathering together, we’re thrilled to be a part of such a large-scaled event like SXSW, helping presenters reach consumers on the go. With SpringServe, SXSW will deliver a superior consumer and advertiser experience, ensuring high-quality video engagement,” said Joe Hirsch, General Manager, SpringServe.

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