Robert Young bringt bei GigaOM jetzt eine ähnliche These
zu Papier auf den Schirm:
Simply put, Google is building what is essentially an operating system (”OS”) for advertising… one that will work across all media. […]
Google’s Ad/OS will optimize media buying across the spectrum & manage creative placement.
Google’s Ad/OS will be used to manage and buy ads at many of the top new media publishers like MySpace, YouTube, AOL, Ask, and Google itself, of course, along with hundreds of thousands of blogs. It will also be used to buy ads in the NY Times, the Boston Globe, the Washington Post, and all sorts of local papers owned by Tribune, Gannett and McClatchy… not to mention radio stations all over the country that are owned by Clear Channel and other radio conglomerates. And if Google executes on its plan, soon all the major broadcast TV and cable networks will join in to make their ad inventory available via Google’s Ad/OS.
Die spannende Frage ist dann, und auch das hat uns hier vor kurzem beschäftigt, wie dies sich auf das Geschäftsmodell der etablierten Medienhäuser auswirkt. Young ist da wenig zuversichtlich:
The only way for traditional media companies to leverage the core competencies they have today in order to compete with Google’s Ad/OS, in the long run, is to start breeding ad salespeople who will have the expertise and capability to sell across all media platforms. Sure, that’s feasible… when pigs can fly.