Video Advertising for Indianapolis

OTT Channels


Video advertising has come a long way since the invention of television. No longer must an advertiser allocated dollars towards wasted impressions: people who happen to see your commercial on broadcast or cable TV but will never become your customer. As more US homes have connected devices, now a business can actually target people who have the intent to become their customer, cutting down on marketing waste and improving marketing efficiency.

QBall Digital provides targeted OTT/CTV advertising solutions for small and medium-sized businesses in Indiana and beyond. We provide advertisers with access to the most advanced “over the top” and connected TV video platforms available. Reach audiences on devices such as Roku, AppleTV Samsung TV, and Amazon FireTV, just to name a few. Get your message in front of those elusive cord cutters and audiences that are abandoning broadcast and cable television platforms in droves for streaming TV.

QBall Digital’s OTT/CTV video advertising solutions are powered by three distinct methods of audience targeting. Getting an advertiser’s message in front of the right people at the right time has never been more effective. Audience targeting is paired with the ability to target both the big screen and small screens. OTT/CTV with QBall Digital is the most effective and impactful way to deliver video ads to a specific audience. 

QBall Digital primarily serves businesses in Indianapolis and Hamilton County, Indiana (Carmel, Fishers, Westfield, and Noblesville.)

Contact us for a customized proposal for your business.

OTT and CTV Stats

  • More homes today have a connected TV than a Cable Box
  • 75% of US homes have one or more connected TV device
  • 210 million Americans have connected TV devices
  • In 2021, US adults will watch an average of 140 minutes of digital video per day
  • By the end of 2022, adults will watch digital video for an average of 145 minutes per day.
  • Roku estimates half of all U.S. homes will completely cut the cord by 2024