Sky Deutschland has chosen Yospaces dynamic ad insertion platform to monetise live channels on Sky Go, the leading TV Everywhere service in Europe.
The system allows addressable advertising to be served across Sky Deutschlands enviable suite of live sports coverage, including The Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League. Ad stitching is performed so seamlessly that it perfectly replicates the experience of linear TV, with the viewer unable to distinguish the replaced advertising from the underlying stream.
With live sports such an important draw for Sky Go subscribers, the quality of user experience goes hand-in-hand with platform stability. Yospaces solution has been proved to be robust enough to support huge audiences on a regular basis, across a full season of top tier football coverage.
Boris Haug, Vice President Product, Brand Solutions & Operations of Sky Media: Dynamic Ad Insertion empowers us to monetize Sky Go reach, that isnt considered in linear TV AGF ratings, but represents a growing part of the total reach of Sky live sports events. Besides, it offers targeting opportunities and exact measurement that is far more sophisticated compared to TV. Yospace happens to be an innovative technology partner that can even handle peaks like Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund reliably.
Tim Sewell, CEO of Yospace: This announcement marks an expansion of Yospaces involvement with Sky, having worked with Sky in the UK since 2015. We are delighted to be adding Sky Deutschland to our growing list of major broadcast customers around the globe. Its fantastic that Yospace is recognised, yet again, as the worlds leading provider of dynamic ad insertion technology.
Yospace is the foremost provider of Dynamic Ad Insertion technology in the world today. Its server-side solution allows live streams and on demand content to be monetised in a way that is true to the user experience of broadcast television, while allowing advertising to be curated to the interests of the individual viewer.
Yospace services major broadcasters and network operators across the globe, including DirecTV in the US; Sky Media, ITV, BT Sport, Channel 4 and STV in the UK; BFMTV in France; Canal 13 in Chile; TV4 in Sweden; Seven West Media, Channel 9 and Network Ten in Australia; TV3 and TG4 in Ireland.