Audit company’s
TV ads
Verify that networks run your advertisements according to your media plan
detailed description of the case
Companies allocate big budgets to TV advertisements. These expenses, like any other considerable expenses, need to be audited. TAPe enables the monitoring of TV broadcasts and reporting on when and where your TV ads were run. Thus, you can be confident that every cent was spent in full alignment with the media plan you paid for and that all your ads appeared in the right countries/cities, on the right channels, and at the right times.
Function
Search, Search+
SOURCES USED IN THE DEMO
TV Channels
You can get reports on the broadcast of any kind of videos (commercials, TV bumpers, parts of programs, etc.) on TV channels.
Sources used in the demo
Specially prepared sets of topical and popular videos collected from different sources.
Presets
Shows which fragment of the movie / series is used in the video.
Filmlibrary
Shows all the matching video fragments from different video hosting links returned in response to user request, with the exact location of the fragment and the number of repetitions specified.
Links
You can get reports on the broadcast of any kind of videos (commercials, TV bumpers, parts of programs, etc.) on TV channels.
TV Channels
Each video fragment is associated with a bunch of presets, FilmLibrary, links, and TV channels, i.e. original sources where the system found that fragment. You can access those sources by clicking Pause and selecting the fragment you want from the list of sources that appears in the pop-up menu.
Segmentation Details
Videos are divided into fragments that the system found in different sources and edited into a single preset. Fragments are sorted according to how frequently they are cited in the sources across which the search was done.
Timeline Segmentation
Content Oriented Web
Make great presentations, longreads, and landing pages, as well as photo stories, blogs, lookbooks, and all other kinds of content oriented projects.
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