Digiday Technology Awards

Digiday Tech Awards 2020 nominate Mirriad

Recognising the technology, modernising media and marketing, the Digiday Tech Awards have named Mirriad as a finalist for Best Native Advertising Platform. Previous years have seen Digiday honour industry-leading companies including Adobe, as they highlight the tech companies driving the digital media industry forward—or as Digiday themselves say:

Sock Picks

Mirriad receives glowing write-up in The Motley Fool

The Motley Fool reports on Mirriad Advertising’s “exciting” interim results, which saw revenue increase by 109% to £897k, year-on-year. “I like what I see,” writes Kirsteen Mackay, referring to our two-year exclusive agreement with Tencent, a renewed and energetic focus on the music video industry and an impressive trajectory for growth.

Music Artists

Mirriad announces new partnerships with multiple music artists

Brands can now drive campaign messaging in-video in a contextually or emotionally relevant way, expand integration formats beyond brand and product, scaling across dozens of music videos in a short campaign window

CEO discusses interims and US listing with president of Edison Rachel Caroll

An exciting week for Mirriad with our shares trading in the US, positive interim results and new research from Edison which highlights the accelerating adoption of our award wining technology!

Mirriad’s AI slips ads into empty spaces in online videos

Mirriad’s AI slips ads into empty spaces in online videos

Software company Mirriad has developed a way for adverts to be “inserted” into films and television shows streamed online. It uses artificial intelligence techniques to recognize objects in a scene and spot slots where branded goods and posters can be added without looking out of place.

Univision brings dynamic product placements to telenovelas

Univision brings dynamic product placements to telenovelas

Spanish-language broadcaster Univision is spicing up its programming with advanced TV initiatives. “Linear is changing, consumers are changing, and we’re doing what we can to shift along with those changes,” said Luis De La Parra, SVP of partner solutions at Univision.

You see Pepsi, I see Coke: New tricks for product placement

You see Pepsi, I see Coke: New tricks for product placement

First came product placement. In exchange for a payment, whether in cash, supplies or services, a TV show or a film would prominently display a brand-name product. Then there was virtual product placement. Products or logos would be inserted into a show during the editing, thanks to computer-generated imagery.

Mirriad’s AI slips ads into empty spaces in online videos

Mirriad’s AI slips ads into empty spaces in online videos

Software company Mirriad has developed a way for adverts to be “inserted” into films and television shows streamed online. It uses artificial intelligence techniques to recognize objects in a scene and spot slots where branded goods and posters can be added without looking out of place.

Univision brings dynamic product placements to telenovelas

Univision brings dynamic product placements to telenovelas

Spanish-language broadcaster Univision is spicing up its programming with advanced TV initiatives. “Linear is changing, consumers are changing, and we’re doing what we can to shift along with those changes,” said Luis De La Parra, SVP of partner solutions at Univision.

You see Pepsi, I see Coke: New tricks for product placement

You see Pepsi, I see Coke: New tricks for product placement

First came product placement. In exchange for a payment, whether in cash, supplies or services, a TV show or a film would prominently display a brand-name product. Then there was virtual product placement. Products or logos would be inserted into a show during the editing, thanks to computer-generated imagery.