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Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – NLogic launches ‘Catalyst’ real-time TV performance solution in Canada

Keith Pelletier

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NLogic is launching real-time TV performance management platform, Catalyst, in Canada with its partner Adgile. Broadcasters, agencies and advertisers will be able to access real-time TV impression-level exposure and consumer behaviour measurement to attribute business outcomes to advertising. Catalyst is able to look at TV’s effects over both the long- and short-term. Following NLogic’s partnership with Adgile this past Spring, both companies have worked towards integrating NLogic’s audience API into Adgile’s Catalyst platform which harnesses the structured first party advertising content data that Adgile creates through its patented visual recognition technology. “We have always believed in the power of TV and consider it one of the most effective channels to build growth for brands. With Catalyst, we can prove it”, said David Phillips, President and COO at NLogic, in a company announcement. “In addition, we have exciting plans to expand Catalyst further as we work towards building a complete picture of how all forms of TV contribute to brand growth.”

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