Triton Digital has announced its integration with Amazon Publisher Services, expanding access to premium audio inventory at scale for Amazon DSP advertisers. According to Triton, this integration “enables Amazon Ads’ unique interactive audio ads on Alexa-enabled devices to appear across shared APS and Triton Digital publishers, delivering an engaging advertising experience to listeners and enhanced inventory monetization to publishers.”
Interactive audio ads are a creative ad format developed by Amazon Ads that invites customers to request more information via email or push notification, such as “Alexa, send more info,” set reminders (“Alexa, remind me”), or even add items to their Amazon shopping cart (“Alexa, add to cart”), without ever leaving the streaming audio content they were listening to.
According to Triton, its Audio Marketplace offers access to one of the largest single pools of audio audiences, with over 100 billion monthly audio impressions, allowing marketers and agencies to transact on all forms of audio inventory. The company says this breadth of supply paired with Amazon Ads proprietary audience signals offered by Amazon DSP, will help advertisers build more meaningful connections and publishers drive monetization for their inventory with a cutting-edge solution.
“Amazon has had a long-lasting impact in the advertising space, introducing new ad formats and delivery vehicles that have transformed the audio industry,” said John Rosso, president and CEO of Triton Digital. “We’re delighted that APS has invited Triton Digital technology to provide interactive audio ads to shared publishers and are confident in its enhancement of the listener experience.”
“We’re excited for publishers that use Triton Digital and APS to make their quality content more easily available to advertisers using Amazon DSP,” said Steve Rabuchin, VP of third-party supply at Amazon Ads. “We look forward to learning more about how audiences engage with interactive audio ads, which will enable listeners to respond to advertisements without being distracted from the stream.”