Why you should spend more time watching MTV, according to a new study
A study released by MTV has revealed that its digital ad strategy has not been as effective as people think, despite the fact that it has generated more than $1.2 billion in revenue.MTV launched its first ad campaign in 2009, when the company was struggling to compete with Google’s AdWords.
However, the ad campaign proved to be too much for MTV’s brand to handle, and the ad agency decided to sell its digital assets.
The result was the sale of the company to AdRoll, which was acquired by a different company in 2016.
Since then, MTV has been working hard to turn its digital strategy around, and recently launched an online channel that includes ads for some of its other brands, including Nickelodeon, Nickelodea, and Nickelodean Family Channel.
The company also launched a YouTube TV channel, which currently has a million subscribers, and has plans to launch a TV channel in 2018.
However, the recent launch of a new channel on YouTube, called MTV Unplugged, which is being marketed as a free channel to anyone, has also attracted attention, and is being touted as the best way to get rid of MTV’s digital ad campaign.
The channel is an attempt to turn the channel into an independent digital TV network that will not rely on advertising and is set to launch in the first quarter of 2018.
MTV Unpackaged is set up to compete against other streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu, and will also offer a full line of entertainment programming.
The new channel will be free to subscribers, but the first two seasons of the channel are expected to be available for $10.
MTV has promised that the channel will feature “premium” programming that includes a live DJ, an hour-long show hosted by comedian John Hodgman, and a variety of other programming.