Welcome to this episode of the #BeetCast In this episode, I am very happy to welcome our good friend and industry leader Sean Cunnigham, CEO of the VAB, previously known as the Video Advertising Bureau. The VAB is the essential advertising industry organization for the television programmers, networks and the entire TV industry. An ad man in previous life, Sean has been at the helm of the organization for 18 years and has seen a lot of changes. Probably none as dramatic as what is happening now with the big switch to audience-based buying versus age and demo. Sean and his team have been guiding the industry through this transition. In this interview, speaks to the big changes in TV ad investment and what it all means from recent market research. Sean also addresses the value and shortcomings of panels and the problems with accuracy of the Nielsen ratings during the pandemic. He says the industry expects transparency and hopes the Nielsen will fix the problems which largely remain. A great conversation. Thank you Sean for this insightful interview. And thanks for your friendship and support for Beet.TV And thanks to our podcast sponsor Mediaocean And thank you for listening. I hope you enjoy the episode.
Should the Kings Give Marvin Bagley One More Season? - With Sean Cunningham
Locked On Kings - Daily Podcast On The Sacramento Kings
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Welcome to The Zone! Mike C and Rich are back to talk all things Horror! This weeks episode is coming out a little late due to some technical difficulties, sorry for any inconvenience for any of our listeners. Here's what we discuss this week: Horror Zone News: This week we discuss the huge opening for Godzilla vs Kong, the possible cancelation of The Collected, casting news for The Childs Play series, new Spiral trailer, and much more! Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/8122productions Visit our Website: http://8122productions.com Follow our Twitch Channel: http://twitch.tv/607podcasts Like us on Facebook: Horror Zone 607 Follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @horrorzone607
This Trade Deadline Could Get Tricky - With Sean Cunningham
Locked On Kings - Daily Podcast On The Sacramento Kings
Matt George is joined by ABC 10 sports reporter Sean Cunningham, who has covered the Kings since 2001. Sean & Matt discuss the Kings' approach to the upcoming trade deadline.Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order.BetOnline AGThere is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus.Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you.cbdMdCBDMD.COM makes it even easier to relax, regroup, and recharge, they’re offering all our listeners 25% OFF your next order when you use the promo code NBA at checkout. HeadspaceGo to Headspace.com/LOCKEDONNBA for a FREE ONE-MONTH TRIAL with access to Headspace’s full library of meditations for every situation. TheragunTry Theragun for THIRTY-DAYS starting at only one hundred ninety-nine dollars. Go to Theragun.com/LOCKEDON RIGHT NOW and get your Gen 4 Theragun TODAY. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode, host Nathan Barker and The Joe Gallow give some shout outs, talk about some Friday the13th merch, Joe Gallow being on a pillow, and Sean Cunningham suing Warner Bros. and Paramount for lost profits. You can find more shenanigan's on Facebook and Instagram @campbloodradio.
Episode 11 - Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday, Sean Cunningham is Trash
Happy Friday the 13th! We celebrate by discussing one of the worst Friday the 13th movies, Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday. Jeremy and Steven discuss frustrations with Sean Cunningham, their love of the Friday the 13th video game, and their love/hate relationship with Jason Goes To Hell. Why is Jason a slug? When did he get a sister? Who is Creighton Duke? How did someone walk from Youngstown, Ohio to New Jersey? We don't know but we talk about it all. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @AttemptedTopics & LIKE us on Facebook!
VAB CEO Sean Cunningham on Why Video “Simply” Works
Sean Cunningham is the son of a radio personality and the husband of grammarian. That may be why he expresses himself so fluidly and works hard to offer clear explanations about the video landscape at the same time. Those personal aspects combined with deep professional experience in the ad industry and as a strategic media advisor help him helm the VAB, the source for insights-driven research and thought leadership about premium video. As its president and CEO, Sean is laser-focused on maximizing outcomes and championing the medium as a must-have for building high-value brands and driving growth.It’s not easy in our changing environment, but the mantra at the organization is to simplify what is a very complex ecosystem and offer insights that help all those in the business of video to thrive. They've kept up a steady pace of conferences and reports even during trying times, even as consumers have made a steady diet of video during these at-home days.In Episode 19 of Insider Interviews, Sean tells host E.B. Moss about the definition and best practices around marketing with premium video (spoiler alert: the VAB defines it as multi-screen content that's professionally produced programming in any form -- linear, tablet, laptop, mobile, etc.).Sean and E.B. also discuss: Our radio dads!...and what happens around Sean's dinner table... The lessons he learned on the agency side that all media sellers should know The role of media in building your brand during the COVID-19 pandemic The power of including authentic messaging around diversity & inclusion VAB and IAB - important bedfellows The changes in consumer habits that marketers need to consider How to put your best foot forward to advance a career in this industry.Resources Mentioned: thevab.com IABSocial Media Links: Twitter - VAB Sean Cunningham LinkedInPlease share the podcast if you liked this episode, and follow Insider Interviews on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.You can also reach out to be considered for an episode — or suggest questions or a guest — or to have your own bespoke podcast series produced and/or hosted by E.B. Moss. Email us at email@example.com. We're “hear” for you!
ABC 10's Sean Cunningham on navigating the sports media world and the Kings restart in Orlando
The Deuce & Mo Podcast
Sports reporter and producer Sean Cunningham has been a fixture in the Northern California sports market for nearly two decades working in both television and radio. He's developed some great relationships with some of the best athletes in the area and goes way back with both Deuce and Morgan. They discussed approaching 10 years at ABC 10 (1:40), how he got into the business as a teenager (3:00), why it's important to be versatile (10:00), if he had doubts about his career after he got fired from radio (13:00), how he's built relationships with athletes (16:00), how he formed a bond with C-Webb, interviewing him in a limo and how Webber helped his career (24:30), what he remembers about 16-year-old Deuce and working with intern Morgan at ABC 10 (30:30), they reflect on the fun times at KHTK and how they'd stay after their shift was over (39:00), the challenge of producing multiple sports radio shows (41:30), his favorite Kings team to cover (48:30), his conversation with Lionel Simmons about the great Marty Mac (52:40) and they discussed the NBA's restart and if we'll see Marvin Bagley play for the Kings in Orlando (56:15).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.