ABC/Craig Sjodin — John Fleenor(LOS ANGELES) — Just as production was ramping up for the new season of The Bachelorette that starred Clare Crawley, a major shakeup is reportedly underway.Entertainment Tonight reports that Crawley, who is the oldest Bachelorette in series’ history, managed to find love just weeks into filming and no longer needs to complete her romantic journey. Instead of cutting her season short, however, producers are rolling out with a backup plan.Multiple sources say Tayshia Adams will be brought on to continue handing out roses to the eligible suitors after Crawley’s departure. Adding fuel to the fire was Crawley herself, who liked — and quickly unliked — a tweet that stated Adams was replacing her.ET asserts that Crawley left on great terms with the show that developed a habit of taking fans on wild rides over the past few seasons, from windmills to competitors having secret girlfriends.On top of having two different Bachelorettes in one season, fans area already gearing up for another major difference as competitors won’t be whisked across the globe in order to win the final rose. Instead, the Bachelorettes and their 42 suitors will remain in Palm Springs, California.Adams appeared as a contestant during Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor. She went on to compete on Bachelor in Paradise, but didn’t find her true love in the end. She now stands to become the franchise’s second Black Bachelorette, following Rachel Lindsay.The Bachelorette is set to air Tuesdays this fall on ABC.By Megan StoneCopyright © 2020, ABC Audio.
Posted on 11th May 2019Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Google shares details on how first price auctions in Google Ad Manager will workYou are here: HomeDigital MarketingGoogle shares details on how first price auctions in Google Ad Manager will work In March, Google announced it will shift to first price auctions for Google Ad Manager, its ad server and publisher exchange, by year end. On Friday, it issued an update with some additional details on the transition.How auctions on Ad Manager run now. Currently, there may be two different auctions run for a specific ad. A second price, real-time bidding auction runs among Authorized Buyers, which include Google Ads, Display & Video 360 and other DSPs. That’s then followed by a first price auction that compares the winning price from the second price auction with a publisher’s guaranteed and non-guaranteed advertising campaigns and bids from Exchange Bidding buyers.Currently, Google doesn’t require Authorized Buyers to share and receive bid data, which means there is often not complete historical auction data available for publishers and buyers to inform future inventory evaluations, Jason Bigler, a director of product management at Google, wrote in the blog post.How auctions will run after the shift. When Google Ad Manager shifts to first price auctions, it plans to require all partners to share and receive bid data, Bigler said.There will be a unified first price auction that includes publishers’ guaranteed campaigns and all non-guaranteed bidders — Authorized Buyers and everyone else — at once. Bids from publishers’ guaranteed campaigns are compared against all other bidders. Non-authorized will have the same opportunities as authorized DSPs.“Going forward, no price from any of a publisher’s non-guaranteed advertising sources will be shared with another buyer before they bid in the auction,”said Bigler.Google will also no longer have a “last look” opportunity to pay just above the winning bid after an auction to win the impression. With a unified first price auction Google, like all bidders, will pay the full bid amount (minus fees).Changes to floor price strategies and rules. Publishers’ floor (minimum) pricing strategies for second price auctions will of course no longer be relevant after the transition. Bigler advises publishers to “focus on understanding the true value of their inventory and adjust pricing based on their existing advertising deals and how buyers are valuing their inventory.”Google released a new feature called unified pricing rules to help publishers manage floor prices for all non-guaranteed bidders. Publishers will not be able to set different floor prices for different buying platforms.“For example, instead of setting up the same floor prices in multiple places — in the auction in Ad Manager, and with their Exchange Bidding and other non-guaranteed advertising sources — which can take a lot of time and can lead to errors, a publisher can set up a single unified pricing rule to control pricing from one place,” said Bigler.Initially, there is a limit of 100 rules, but Bigler said Google will work with partners to understand if that limit should be increased.Why we should care. Other major exchanges already support first price auctions. The industry has largely welcomed Google Ad Manager’s adoption of first price. As the dominant market leader, it means first priced auctions will essentially be the universal programmatic auction method.That means greater transparency, operational simplicity and fairer and more informed bidders. Buyers will have more insights into pricing, making it easier to value publishers’ inventory.Publishers will be able to get reporting on all bids submitted by buyers, including those from Google Ads and Display & Video 360, and Authorized Buyers and Exchange Bidding buyers will both be able to see the winning prices for auctions they participated in.Reminder. This move will affect display and video inventory sold through Google Ad Manager only. It does not impact auctions for Search, YouTube, AdSense for Search or other Google property inventory.The post Google shares details on how first price auctions in Google Ad Manager will work appeared first on Marketing Land.From our sponsors: Google shares details on how first price auctions in Google Ad Manager will work Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019
A private Embraer Legacy 650 landed at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport just after 9.30 pm Tuesday night. India’s beloved superstar, Sridevi, was back home. One last time. Actor Anil Kapoor, Sridevi’s brother-in-law, waited with other family and friends at the airport.Her fans had been waiting to catch one last glimpse of her for three long days, since news broke that Sridevi was no more. The actor breathed her last in Dubai, where she had gone to attend a family wedding.Her body was taken to her Green Acres home in Andheri. On Wednesday morning, her fans will be able to pay their last respects from 9.30am to 12.30pm at the Celebration Sports Club, where Sridevi’s body will be kept.Mumbai: #Sridevi’s mortal remains being taken to her Lokhandwala residence pic.twitter.com/uQiLy5EZcvANI (@ANI) February 27, 2018Sridevi’s last journey will then commence, from the Celebration Sports Club to the Seva Samaj Crematorium in Vile Parle, Mumbai. Her funeral is to take place from 3.30pm to 5 pm.Visuals from #Mumbai’s Celebration Sports Club, where #Sridevi’s mortal remains will be kept for people to pay tributes. Heavy security deployed. pic.twitter.com/jh895m1FrtANI (@ANI) February 28, 2018As her mortal remains reached home, a number of Bollywood celebrities were spotted at Sridevi’s Gree Acres residence. Salman Khan at Sridevi’s residenceThe Kapoor family earlier issued a statement thanking “the film fraternity, media, fans of late Sridevi Kapoor and all the well-wishers for their prayers, support and sensitivity during our moment of immense grief”.advertisement”We request you to kindly join us in paying our last respect to a remarkable actor, beloved wife and loving mother,” read the statement.PAY YOUR TRIBUTES TO SRIDEVI HEREDEATH IN DUBAISridevi took off to Dubai along with husband Boney Kapoor and younger daughter Khushi on February 18, to attend Kapoor’s nephew and actor Mohit Marwah’s wedding with Antara Motiwala.The festivities in UAE were over on February 20, and Boney and Khushi returned to India the next day, while Sridevi extended her trip by a few days. She had to shop for elder daughter Janhvi, who stayed back in Mumbai to prep for her Bollywood debut Dhadak, and auction off some of her paintings.On February 24, Boney Kapoor flew back to Dubai to ‘surprise her’.When Boney reached the hotel, around 5.30pm on Saturday, he and Sridevi had a brief conversation, and he asked the actress for dinner, said reports in local media.When Sridevi went to the washroom to freshen up and there was no response from her even after 15 minutes, Boney forced open the door, and found her unconscious in the bathtub. He then tried to revive her, failing which, he called a friend. This was around 6pm. They then informed the police, at 9pm.Initially it was believed that Sridevi had succumbed to a massive cardiac arrest. On Saturday night, her brother-in-law Sanjay Kapoor told the media that Sridevi had passed away following a cardiac arrest. However, her death certificate, that was issued Monday afternoon, said that the cause of death was “accidental drowning”.Gulf News also said that according to the autopsy report, there were were traces of alcohol in Sridevi’s body and that she lost her balance and fell into the bathtub and drowned.Sridevi’s death certificate, that was issued on Monday afternoon, said that her cause of death was ‘accidental drowning’.FORMALITIES POST DEMISEAfter Sridevi’s death, the Dubai Police conducted its questioning and investigation. After that, they handed over the body to Dubai Public Prosecution, who investigated the death separately.An NOC (No-Objection Certificate) from the Dubai Public Prosecution was issued only this afternoon, as Sridevi’s family waited outside the mortuary to claim her body and proceed for the embalming.After her body was released from the morgue, it was taken to the Medical Fitness Centre in Muhaisna for the process of embalming, following which, the family left for the airport.Around 6.45pm this evening, the Embraer Legacy 650 flight took off from Dubai to Mumbai, where Sridevi’s fans have been waiting for two days to receive their Chandni back.WHAT TOOK SO LONG?The Dubai Police and the Dubai Public Prosecution took their own time to conduct separate, independent investigations. There were several unanswered questions that the Prosecution needed answers to before they could issue the letters of release to the Indian Consulate and Sridevi’s family members.In the UAE, it usually takes about two-three days for the process of repatriation to be over in cases like this, where the death has occurred outside a hospital. Sridevi was declared ‘brought dead’ by the hospital.advertisementIndia’s Ambassador to the UAE, Navdeep Singh Suri, stressed on the fact several times in his tweets and statements to the media, “The media interest in untimely demise of #Sridevi is understandable. But the frenzy of speculation does not help. Imp to note that:1. We are working with local authorities to ensure that mortal remains can be sent to India at the earliest. We are on the job.2. We are in regular contact with the family of #Sridevi and other well- wishers. We share their pain.3. Our experience in similar cases tells us that it does take 2-3 days to complete processes4. We leave it to the experts to determine cause of demiseLet’s be responsible.”As a country waited for answers, authorities in Dubai declared on Tuesday afternoon that Sridevi’s death case was closed.FUNERALSridevi’s funeral is to take place tomorrow, from 3.30pm to 5pm. Since early Sunday, when news of Sridevi’s death broke, the who’s who made their way to Anil Kapoor’s house to console Janhvi.Sridevi, known for her work in films across several industries in the country, will be seen in Aanand L Rai’s Zero this December. One last time.ALSO SEE: Sridevi’s funeral tomorrow at 3.30pmALSO SEE: Sridevi died of accidental drowning, says death certificateALSO SEE | Farewell, Meri Chandni: Sridevi in small-town IndiaALSO SEE: What exactly happened on the night Sridevi died?ALSO SEE: B-Town visits Janhvi Kapoor after Sridevi’s deathALSO SEE | I saw Sridevi serving tea like an ordinary housewife: Ram Gopal Varma on why he hated Boney KapoorALSO WATCH: Sridevi hugs Boney Kapoor in last video from Mohit Marwah wedding