The recent class-action lawsuits filed against Disney, Viacom and Kiloo in the US have prompted the kids’ media industry, in particular publishers, to reassess how they operate. If you’re a publisher, here’s what you should know: Continue reading
Last month, we revealed Awesome Content Targeting (ACT), the latest generation of our content analysis engine. It caused a bit of a stir. ACT uses a range of machine learning techniques to build a deep, contextual understanding of the universe of kids content beyond anything that’s been available before.
The technology is complex but the concept is simple: to explain the real power of ACT, here’s a presentation which Chris Williams (our Product Manager for AwesomeAds) gave at our European Upfront presentation a couple of weeks ago.
So, grab a coffee and take a few minutes to look behind the scenes of SuperAwesome’s unique technology:
Following the huge success of Safer Internet Day across our platform in 2016, we were pleased to support this great cause for the second year in a row. Safer Internet Day 2017 (#SID2017), which took place on Wednesday 7th Feb, called on communities to ‘Be the change and unite for a better internet today’ – this couldn’t be a better fit for SuperAwesome and the work we do.
The need for a dedicated social platform to safely engage with under-13s in a creative, interactive and responsible way (versus a 13+ environment like Snapchat, Facebook etc) has been a major issue for too long. Today we’re fixing that by rolling out the first phase of PopJam PLATFORM>, a safe-social, COPPA-compliant layer for developers and publishers.
Kids and teens today have been familiar with digital media and advertising from a very young age. With technology at their fingertips, the need for our youngest generation to understand what exactly is being suggested, promised and sold is greater than ever. Media Smart, a media literacy programme for 7 to 16 year-olds, backed by a panel of industry experts and a range of supporters (including us), aims to fulfil this need by providing free resources to help young people think critically about the advertising they come across in their day-to-day lives. They called on us to help them in their mission.
This post was originally published on 14th September 2016 on Medium by our CEO, Dylan Collins.
Yesterday, news broke that some of the world’s largest kids’ brands were being fined for illegally collecting data on kids. It follows the recent (near-bankrupting) fine levied on InMobi for the same activity.