Airing a commercial in the wrong household doesn't make an impression.

At INVIDI we’re leading the new paradigm by transforming TV from a mass channel to a personalized brand experience, creating the first truly accountable way to use TV advertising. We use complex technology to achieve a simple solution and it delivers mass market appeal with pinpoint accuracy.

It's called addressable advertising and it reduces marketing waste by delivering your message directly to the right people using prime time, every time, everywhere.

Addressable advertising is the holy grail of television advertising…

Michael Kubin, Advisory Board Chair

INVIDI’s powerful suite of advanced tools enables operators to effectively target television viewers with the same precision as direct mail and programmatic purchasing power as the digital advertising world — enhancing customer relationships and cultivating significant new revenue opportunities without compromising viewer privacy.

Now advertisers, MVPDs, and broadcasters have the power to simultaneously deliver multiple and distinct messages to individual households during a single commercial break. For the first time you can send targeted television media exactly where it needs to go - to the right household, the right consumer, at the right time - and measure the direct result of your investment.



Welcome to marketing nirvana.

August 16, 2015 - Michael Wolff - USA TODAY

In the late 1980s, Time Inc., among the nation’s greatest senders of junk mail, figured out, in an epochal target marketing advance, how to replace “occupant” on each letter with the actual name of the recipient. A decade later, digital media figured out how to target relevant ads to specific users (if you’ve recently bought a shirt, by gum, you’ll see more shirts ads).

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Addressable Ads Move to the Forefront

August 11, 2014 - JON LAFAYETTE - Broadcasting & Cable

Starcom MediaVest clients spend millions, get access to valuable data with advanced targeting technology.Usually seen as something remaining a few years away, addressable advertising has finally arrived. It has even had its own upfront.

Comcast Set to Deliver Addressable Ads to U.S. Households This Year

June 10, 2014 - ANDY PLESSER - The Huffington Post

Comcast, the nation's largest cable operator, is ready to deliver addressable ads on a household level and will rollout the service fully this year. The ads will be the two-minutes that the cable programmers provide MSO's within each hour.

The CMO's Guide to Addressable TV Advertising

February 19, 2014 - JEANINE POGGI - AdvertisingAge

It sounds like a marketer's dream: Send a specific TV commercial to an individual household. But it's actually real -- just with plenty of caveats. You've surely heard of addressable advertising, but here's what you need to know.THE BASICSReach: Addressable ads are currently available in up to 42 million households through live TV and video-on-demand. The pool is expected to reach 50 million households by the end of this year.

Political Ads Will Soon Be Pinpointed To Individual Voters' Homes

February 17, 2014 - PHILIP ELLIOTT - Business Insider

The days when political campaigns would try to make inroads with demographic groups such as soccer moms or white working-class voters are gone. Now, the operatives are targeting specific individuals.

And, in some places, they can reach those individuals directly through their televisions.

Targeted TV Ads Set for Takeoff

December 20, 2010 - SUZANNE VRANICA - The Wall Street Journal

DirecTV to Pioneer Commercials Keyed to Each Household; Concerns About Privacy, Technology LingerAfter years of promises and false starts, TV commercials targeted at individual homes may finally be ready for prime time.

DirecTV Eyes Local Ads on 50 Channels in 50 Cities

December 10, 2010 - Multichannel News

Local advertising represents an opportunity of “a couple hundred to $400 million” for DirecTV, chairman and CEO Mike White said at last week’s investor day conference.

The box rocks

September 30, 2010 - The Economist

AS WESTERN economies slid towards recession three years ago, media and advertising executives began to ask worrying questions. Would the advertising slump prove structural or cyclical? Would marketing money return to all media, or just a few? The answers are becoming clear.