• One-time-only (OTO) delivery

    Choose the right plan for you

    Broadcasters often refer Yangaroo as a method of delivering your advertising to ensure your spot meets the technical and government guidelines, providing you with an ability to track your spot, whist making sure your spot is presented at the best quality possible for air-time. Simply review the plan options below, determine what may suit you best, and kick off your immediate delivery following the three easy steps below whilst always having our expert team assisting you with every detail. Yes, it’s that easy…

    ONE-TIME-ONLY DELIVERY

    $55

    ONE SPOT TO ONE DESTINATION

    • Best for a no fuss single delivery
    • No account required
    • 3 x easy steps to follow
    • Full broadcast quality control check
    • Phone, email, and chat support
    • Complete tracking of your order
    • Immediate delivery
    • Proof of Delivery (POD) report
    • Major credit cards accepted
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    ONE-TIME-ONLY DELIVERY+

    $75 – $175

    ONE SPOT TO ONE DESTINATION

    • Best for a single delivery that needs some additional services
    • No account required
    • 3 x easy steps to follow
    • Full broadcast quality control check
    • Phone, email, and chat support
    • Complete tracking of your order
    • Immediate delivery
    • Proof of Delivery (POD) report
    • Major credit cards accepted
    • Slate creation option
    • Closed-Captioning option
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    PREMIUM ACCOUNT

    POA

    PER SPOT, PER DESTINATION

    • Best if you’re going to send spots on a more regular basis.
    • Easy account sign-up
    • Dedicated Account Manager
    • Your own platform for asset management
    • Streaming & downloading versions
    • An extensive list of production services available
    • Full broadcast quality control check
    • Phone, email, and chat support
    • Complete tracking of every order
    • Immediate Spot Delivery
    • Immediate Traffic Instruction Delivery
    • Proof of Delivery (POD) reports
    • Customized Invoicing
    • Discounts available for volume deliveries

    Making delivery easy

    Lets get started! Just follow the below instructions to get your spot and order ready for delivery.

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    START YOUR ORDER

    Use the One-time delivery Assistant (on this page) to get your order started.

    • Follow and complete the questions, then our Client Services team will process and be in touch with you
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    PREPARE YOUR SPOT

    Make sure you have followed the spot specifications using our guidelines.

    • Follow the easy VIDEO, AUDIO & FILENAME check-list
    • Support on hand if required
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    DRAG AND DROP UPLOAD

    Go to drop.dmds.com and follow the prompts – it’s that easy!

    • No account sign-up required
    • Easy drag and drop upload
    • Minimal information required
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    We help with every step

    Our Client Services team and we’ll make sure your spot incorporates all the required services you need, including captioning, subtitling, audio description and also other production related tasks. They will also help you complete and submit your Traffic Instructions, and finalize your payment with you

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    ONE-TIME DELIVERY+

    We provide a extensive list of production services to ensure your spot meets broadcast standards, is ready for publishing, and maximizes your audience reach.

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    TRAFFIC INSTRUCTIONS

    Traffic Instructions are required for TV spot delivery. We can provide you with a form and can help you prepare and confirm that your traffic instruction meets broadcasters requirements upon submission. It’s all just part of the service!

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    MAKE YOUR PAYMENT

    Simple online payment using stripe, accepting all major credit cards.

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    The latest advertising FAQ’s

    • How will I know when my spot is delivered?
      Once your spot has been sent to the destination by our team, the Account Manager working with you will send a POD, or proof of delivery. This delivery confirmation not only provides the time stamp your spot was made available to the destination, it also provides the date and time the spot was downloaded at […]
    • Why send my spots through Yangaroo instead of e-mail?
      Most e-mail services do not allow attachments over a certain size and in most cases, even compressed commercial spots are too large to send. All destinations also have their own formats and checks and balances that each spot must adhere to; since Yangaroo already has these requirements on-hand, each spot uploaded to us is automatically […]
    • What is an ISCI?
      An ISCI is an alpha-numeric identifier assigned to a commercial spot and can be created by the sending agency. ISCI’s allow traffic departments to quickly match a spot up with its traffic instructions allowing them to identify and air the correct content. ISCI’s should not contain any special characters, be between 5-12 characters in length, […]
    • Do I need to close-caption my spots?
      Closed-captioning is not required by law in the United States for commercial content so is optional. In Canada however, closed-captioning is mandatory for any commercial content to air. If closed-captioning is a service you’d like to add to your spot to increase its accessibility, contact [email protected] for further details.
    • What is a slate?
      Slates are placed before commercial content to provide the necessary information to traffic departments so that they can quickly and easily identify a spot. We recommend the following information be included on your slate: If you have any questions regarding slates or you’d like Yangaroo to add a slate to your spot for you, contact […]
    • Ok, my spot has been uploaded. Now what?
      Great job!   Once your spot is received, our expert video team will start both automatic and manual quality control (QC) efforts to ensure your content meets broadcast standards.  If we see any issues, we’ll quickly notify you via email or phone with details of anything that may need to be fixed or present options to […]