According to Digiday, Apple is preparing a more serious push into monetizing its original video content with an “ad play.” Sounds like the tech giant is considering an ad-supported tier for Apple TV+ akin to what Netflix has implemented.

The article, quoting unnamed sources, says that Apple, led by Todd Teresi, the company’s vice-president of ads platforms, has been making the rounds with network executives. During these meetings, Teresi described what the agency sources characterized as an “unusual approach” to selling ad time on Apple TV+.

I’m not sure what that “unusual approach” might be. Guess we’ll see if/when it comes to fruition.

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