- adj. That travels across a channel of water; relating to somewhere on the opposite side of the channel
- cross- + channel (Wiktionary)
“It doesn't matter whether you use very simple "last touch" models or highly sophisticated econometric models that show cross-channel influence.”
“I must admit I wasn't expecting the interior of the BGT/X Factor dream factory to resemble the hybrid of a 1960s technical college and a cross-channel ferry.”
“She is also co-founder and managing partner of XL Alliance a cross-channel marketing strategy organization dedicated to helping business executives maximize their efforts into profitable growth.”
“This means that marketers need to understand which channels resonate most at various points in the consumer purchase cycle and incorporate a cross-channel strategy that leverages data and technology to communicate on a one-to-one basis ...”
“An unexpected finding was the limited cross-channel integration among the providers, said Trenton Moss, director at Webcredible.”
““A cross-channel promotion that would expose your viewers to some of our new programming directed toward women, and our female viewers familiar with some of your programming jewels.””
“Concentrating sufficient forces for a cross-channel invasion in 1943 would be exceedingly difficult, and the absence of any strategic consensus suggested that further “alarums and excursions” would arise.”
“FDR and Churchill approved a modified Allied buildup in Britain Operation Bolero and organization of a combined planning staff for a 1943 cross-channel attack, but Marshall stated flatly that Husky made any such operation “difficult if not impossible.””
“*** Transportation Alstom, the French train maker and power engineering company, has challenged in the U.K. high court a recent tendering process by Eurostar, in which the cross-channel operator chose German competitor Siemens to provide new trains, a spokesman said.”
“The goal of digital should be to increase the number of eyes on comics, and everything possible should be done to protect against cross-channel migration until the audience has grown sufficiently.”
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