Nearly a quarter of TV viewers no longer watch linear TV—they’re flocking to other options like ad-supported video-on-demand. Today’s advertisers must understand the nuances of the landscape to effectively reach customers.
Google goes ambient: New Pixel phones, the first ever Pixel smartwatch, and a future tablet that transforms into a smart display are all touchpoints to Google’s wider IoT and ambient computing aspirations.
The Roku Channel takes first place in value among free ad-supported TV services. Among US users of these services, 84% said it provides excellent or good value. The CBS app holds the No. 2 spot, cited by 80%.
Google Cloud’s $100B opportunity: Data residency and sovereignty in regions like Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia, and Greece could be Google Cloud’s competitive advantage in its pivot to a network provider.
Positive movement in the chip sector: Samsung aims for 2 nanometer chips, Intel tries its luck with GPUs, and Micron plans to invest $100 billion in a New York factory.
Ahead of its third-quarter earnings, Meta has expanded its ad offerings for Instagram, Messenger, and Reels.
Geico’s marketing layoffs should worry advertisers: The ad industry is unprepared for consumers’ shift to digital channels, and marketers are rethinking everything.
“Premium” publishers swoop into the advertising drought: Marketers are turning to owners of ad space rather than exchanges for more immediate results.
Omnipresent Amazon craves omniscience: The company’s latest products show it wants to get even closer to customers in the real world. But with concerns over privacy and security, there could be trouble ahead.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Evelyn Krasnow, CMO of Fernish, about furniture rental and how the company has succeeded in targeting younger consumers.
On today's episode, we discuss the details of Netflix's advertising push, which video streaming service has the most impressive content strategy, and how many Americans still have cable. "In Other News," we talk about what to make of Netflix's plans to launch its own video game studio and which is the dark-horse video streaming platform. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Ross Benes.
Podcasting’s questionable metrics could hurt its ad business: Major podcasters spent millions on mobile game ads that dramatically inflated listenership.
Google’s latest search features streamline the shopping experience.
On today's episode, we discuss how the digital ad duopoly is evolving, the most interesting dark horse digital ad giant, and whether Netflix, not TikTok, is a bigger threat to Facebook and Instagram. "In Other News," we talk about ad industry practices coming under fire as privacy lawsuits surge and who the winners and losers will be when the third-party cookie says goodbye. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Paul Verna.
On today's episode, we discuss how advertisers and publishers can adapt to the privacy and data strategy needs of a radically changing advertising ecosystem for the benefit of both brands and consumers. "In Other News," we talk about the implications of two significant legal cases for Google and what to make of Apple offering more ads. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Max Willens and Neustar's global vice president of marketing solutions Brett House.
Just as agencies came to terms with the pandemic wave, they were forced to contend with the war in Ukraine, ongoing supply chain disruptions, global political polarization and unrest, soaring inflation, and concerns of a recession
On today's episode, we discuss the significance of Super Bowl LVII ads already selling out, why personalization is so difficult, ad views in the metaverse, why folks are livestreaming in the wrong place, what to make of Oprah's content deal with Apple TV+ ending, an explanation of the most important sustainability features for retailers to offer, where tailgating came from, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Blake Droesch, Dave Frankland, and Max Willens.
Retailers’ theft-prevention strategies risk alienating consumers: But Home Depot, Wegmans, and Best Buy show the difficulties of striking a balance between shopper satisfaction and store security.
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