Entertainment is a battlefield for attention, relevance, rights, distribution and marketshare. Audiences worldwide have splintered onto million platforms entertainment, requiring innovative and impactful media buying to spark attention and attract viewership.
Entertainment Media Buying
“In Beverly Hills, they don't throw their garbage away. They make it into television shows.”
– Woody Allen
Global Entertainment Paid Media Strategy
Entertainment Media Buying
This fragmented, multinational entertainment landscape requires media planning and buying that is smart, nimble and global to successfully engage prospective audiences.
Great entertainment marketing is a force multiplier, driving profitability long after content has launched;We aim to spark engagement that sustains its own success. Across all platforms where entertainment is consumed, Criterion Global adroitly markets entertainment products through its international media buying expertise and infrastructure.
Entertainment marketing, especially film release, is built on a formulaic release of clips, trailers, and advertising spanning from billboards to digital. And while we certainly know the merits of this traditional approach, the fragmentation of content distribution platforms requires new strategies that are data driven, trackable and digital-first.
From creators to distributors, our international media buying stokes demand for “must-see” content. But what’s more, our knowledge of industries beyond entertainment – specifically retail, CPG and e-commerce – gives us a unique perspective on establishing and marketing multi-touchpoint franchises.
This new perspective to entertainment media buying translates equally well to our deep experience in multi-dimensional franchises and brand licensing for major players in global entertainment. This includes success in answering questions, such as:
- How can location-based measurement demonstrate positive ROAS for film?
- Where a toy and entertainment franchise renew its relevancy using traditional media?
- How can a 45-year holiday licensing franchise embrace digital transformation?
- Does COPPA regulation impact entertainment-brand licensing across distribution channels?
In tandem with our CRM and data partners, Criterion Global aims to know as much about our target audiences as possible, including entertainment preferences, where and when they consume content, and consumer social patterns. This experience, matched with Criterion Global’s heavy investment in current media research, helps us develop logical, measurable, and timely entertainment media buying campaigns to engage audiences at scale.
Paid Media Strategy
– Multinational Audience Acquisition Analysis
-Market Sizing, Budget Planning
– Paid Media Measurement Planning + Reach Modeling
– Media Plan Auditing
-Global Paid Media
-360* Digital (deep Digital Video Expertise)
-Broadcast/Traditional (TV, Out of Home)
– Market-specific growth reporting
-Quantitative + Qualitative Analyses