Brid.TV and Protected Media Partner to Detect and Prevent Video Ad Fraud
Brid.TV and Protected Media Partner to Detect and Prevent Video Ad Fraud.
Los Angeles, California, October 16, 2020: Brid.TV, a state-of-the-art online platform and an enterprise-level video monetization solution, announced today it has partnered up with Protected Media, an MRC accredited real-time traffic detection and filtration technology provider. Relying on Protected Media’s advanced technology, the partnership is part of Brid.TV’s commitment to detect and prevent video ad fraud.
Brid.TV offers extensive monetization options to companies, publishers, and content creators, enabling them to earn a steady profit and grow their business. Taking proactive measures for fraud protection, Brid.TV looks to safeguard its clients from spending wastefully on fraudulent inventory. They are now able to tap into Protected Media’s service to detect fraud in real-time before an ad is served.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Protected Media as we continue to help publishers protect their revenue,” said Fabien Ricard, Chief Executive Officer at Brid.TV. “Those who leverage this solution will be able to detect and prevent video ad fraud while also maximizing their advertising revenue.”
Implementation of Protected Media’s technology on the publisher side is extremely simple, as the plugin can be enabled with a single click on Brid.TV’s platform. The plugin monitors all traffic and ensures that every ad request is made by a customer rather than by impersonating bots. The major advantage of Protected Media’s technology is that publishers can check beforehand whether or not an ad request is fraudulent.
For more information on the Protected Media plugin and how to get started, contact Brid.TV here.
Brid.TV is a powerful enterprise-level cross-device online video platform, which offers a wide range of ad solutions. Publishers can host, encode and monetize their videos any way they want, with free ad support from our platform.
You can find out more on the website: https://www.brid.tv