On today's podcast episode, we discuss how much Amazon's new shopping chatbot can move the needle, what Planet Fitness' out-of-home ad network looks like, becoming a digital mannequin to see what clothes look like on you, whether minutelong soap operas will catch on, who the smartest people in the world are, and more. Tune into the discussion with vice president of content Suzy Davidkhanian, analyst Evelyn Mitchell-Wolf, and vice president of Briefings Stephanie Taglianetti.
Strategic partnerships boost Pinterest: Amazon and Google deals fuel revenue and international expansion—while MAUs nearly hit 500 million for the first time.
On today's podcast episode, we discuss Facebook turning 20 years old. We look back at how Facebook got started, its most significant highs and lows over the years, and predict what the social media giant will look like at age 30. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Jasmine Enberg and Minda Smiley.
On today's podcast episode, we discuss whether Google's recent performance was actually good (or not), how YouTube turned things around, and what could trip up the digital giant in 2024. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Evelyn Mitchell-Wolf.
Super Bowl ads pack stars and influencers: It’s a strategic blend aiming to charm Gen Z and boost brands beyond TV.
On today's episode, we discuss the appeal of Prime Video with ads, why we might see more honest and transparent advertising, the inevitability of face computers, Netflix's chances of becoming a significant gaming hub, how the average retirement age is changing and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Ross Benes, Blake Droesch, and Max Willens.
Meta looks to build for the future: Threads and Reality Labs come into focus as potential long-term growth engines.
Meta rings in two decades of Facebook: The company has undergone major transformations, and 2024 will bring more changes as AI and regulation shape its trajectory.
On today's podcast episode, we discuss what was behind the streaming giants staggering subscriber growth, how Prime Video's new ad-tier will affect Netflix, and how a deal with the WWE changes its sports strategy. "In Other News," we talk about an important milestone for ad-supported video streaming. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Daniel Konstantinovic.
US social network ad spend will reach $82.89 billion this year, according to our October 2023 forecast.
Google's Q4 in a nutshell: The search giant had strong overall earnings with a slight ad revenue miss, bolstered by cloud success and generative AI innovation.
Retail media ad spend will make up over one-fifth of total US ad spending by 2027, per our forecast.
On today’s podcast episode, host Bill Fisher and our analysts Paul Briggs, Matteo Ceurvels, and Man-Chung Cheung each pitch their most dramatic predictions in their coverage regions for 2024, in hopes of securing "investment" from the other sharks. Can you be convinced to "invest" in their 2024 predictions?
Prime Video's ad tier launches amidst skepticism: Amazon's strategic incentives aim to reshape streaming advertising despite market challenges.
The biggest player in US gambling and casino ad spend is TV, which reached $471.8 million between January and November 2023, according to a December 2023 MediaRadar study.
A lot will change when third-party cookies are deprecated in Chrome, but some general programmatic ad spending patterns will stay the same. Programmatic direct will remain the most popular transaction method, while mobile will keep its sizable lead over other device categories.
On today's podcast episode, we discuss why gaming is a digital advertising hotbed, how consumers are embracing shoppable media, and what happens now that the ride-sharing industry has bounced back. Tune in to the discussion with our forecasting writer Ethan Cramer-Flood.
Decoding Amazon's pitch deck: From Preferred Deals to Premium Sponsorships, Prime Video aims to set new standards in ad-supported streaming.
Social’s share of total media ad spending will grow much more slowly. Between 2017 and 2021, social’s share of overall media ad spending in the US nearly doubled, climbing from 10.5% to 20.0% in just four years. By contrast, its share of US media ad spending will climb less than 2 percentage points through 2027, inching from 20.4% in 2023 to 22.0%.
On today's podcast episode, we discuss what non-AI technology took the spotlight at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), second-tier TV audiences, what streaming will look like in a few years, what its like to shop with a chatbot, how digital grocery will take things up a notch, how big the sun actually is, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our forecasting writer Ethan Cramer-Flood, analyst Bill Fisher, and forecasting analyst Zach Goldner.
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