News & Analysis | Street Fight - Part 2

Anne Marie Stephen Joins Street Fight as President

The Editors

Anne Marie Stephen Joins Street Fight as President

Anne Marie Stephen, a veteran of tech and retail, is taking the helm at Street Fight, the premier media, research, and events company covering local marketing and technology. As president, Stephen will oversee Street Fight’s overall strategy, events, and budget as it pursues aggressive growth in 2019.

Captivate Partners with Location Tech Companies to Deliver Geo-Targeted OOH Ads

Kate Talerico

Captivate Partners with Location Tech Companies to Deliver Geo-Targeted OOH Ads

Captivate is getting more sophisticated, collaborating with tech-savvy partners to deliver OOH ads based on its audiences’ interests and locations. This year, Captivate announced its “Places” platform, which centralizes its planning and data analytic tools and “puts them in one place for the marketplace,” Shapiro said.

Publishers, Advertisers Turn Focus to In-App Mobile Video

Anna Kramer

Publishers, Advertisers Turn Focus to In-App Mobile Video

Mobile video ad spend may capture more than half of all digital video dollars in 2018 and is projected to grow 54% year over year, according to PubMatic’s Quarter Three Quarterly Mobile Index. The popularity of mobile video ads is in large part driven by consumer behavior, said Osbaldo Franco, PubMatic’s director of marketing research.

GroupM Details the State of Digital Marketing’s Hottest Medium: Video

Joseph Zappa

GroupM Details the State of Digital Marketing’s Hottest Medium: Video

For marketers looking to capitalize on the video boom, Street Fight has the latest from GroupM’s second annual State of Video report. The highlights include continued difficulties with measurement, emerging options to target effectively across channels, a look at Amazon and Facebook’s quest for domination, and social video’s fallibility and how brands can overcome it.

Standard Cognition Democratizes the Cashierless Model, Providing Solution for Traditional Stores

Anna Kramer

Standard Cognition Democratizes the Cashierless Model, Providing Solution for Traditional Stores

Standard Cognition offers a product called Standard Checkout that retrofits cashier-based grocery stores into cashierless systems. Unlike the new cashierless Amazon Go, Standard Cognition is not a grocery chain itself, but instead a solution for chains that compete with Amazon Go, co-founder and COO Michael Suswal told Street Fight.