The overall adult population will spend an average of 1 hour and 43 minutes (1:43) per day listening to digital audio this year. Among active listeners (monthly users), the figure will leap to 2:20. That’s not much more than last year, however.
Chewed out on Capital Hill: TikTok CEO testimony fails to convince lawmakers, leaving platform's future in the US uncertain
TV ad measurement hits growing pains: WBD partner picks, YouTube spat signal future of measurement will look fractured for some time.
Bing's new features take aim at Google: Microsoft is betting that ChatGPT-powered Bing Chat Answers and an image generation feature could keep recent search converts in the fold.
Gamers who grew up on PC and console games are seeking sophistication in their mobile hybrid-casual games, AAA titles, and multiplayer mobile games. We dive into the future of gaming.
Uber taps in to OOH and self-serve ads as its ad empire expands: Advertisers can now display car-top ads on 3,500 cars in several US cities, targeted by ZIP code.
As QR codes come to play a larger role in how consumers shop, buy, and interact with brands, marketers can use them to drive conversion across physical and digital spaces. Here are three ways marketers can use QR codes to increase consumer engagement and encourage purchase behavior.
On today's episode, we discuss what to make of a seventh consecutive US monthly ad market decline, how ad prices look compared to before the pandemic, and what we expect ad spending in Q2 to look like. "In Other News," we talk about an initiative aimed at reducing barriers to buying ad inventory and sponsorships for women's sports, as well as how many Americans still have cable—and for how long. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Paul Verna.
Meta announces a new round of layoffs, saving the company $3 billion: The social giant is discontinuing support for NFTs and killing other projects due to declining revenue projections.
By 2026, US spending on ecommerce channel ads—a large subset of retail media—will be more than triple its 2020 level, per our forecast. Within the ecommerce channel, both search and display advertising are growing rapidly.
Quiet storm brews over reclassification of instream ads: Advertisers welcome clarity on what they’re buying, but publishers want to protect their revenues.
Paid sharing will cost Netflix viewership in 2023: The streamer must avoid losing the long-term loyalty of Gen Z.
Amid privacy changes and macroeconomic headwinds, social media will be the channel hurt most by the digital advertising downturn. For 2023, we have reduced our US social network ad spending forecast by $16.21 billion.
Just two days ago, another TikTok ban bill was proposed. Though it’s not law, there are already state bans for the use of the social media app on government phones or accessed through Wi-Fi offered at some state colleges.
Latin America’s digital economy powers growth: Region will lead world in digital ad spending and ecommerce sales gains in 2023.
Marketers may be nervous about increasing advertising spend in an unstable economic climate, but doing so can be a strategic move given that recessions are often followed by periods of prosperity and growth.
Ad spending is increasing across all transaction types, but growth rates are higher for programmatic direct and private marketplaces (PMPs).
Most smart wearable users in the US are between ages 18 and 44, but the fastest-growing audience is older.
Meta’s response to ATT could turn off agencies: While AI and automation are improving CPMs, some marketers complain about a lack of control.
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