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Long-time Olympics advertisers face controversy, waning viewership: Brands sponsoring the event are staying hushed to avoid upsetting domestic and international consumers.

Spotify confronts brand safety issues amid Joe Rogan dispute controversy: The podcasting giant is adding content warnings as it stands by its popular, controversial host.

Some brands are now dedicating up to 90% of their marketing budget to social advertising. Those who embrace automation and drive cross-platform campaigns are the advertisers that will win in 2022.

TikTok takes up more of its users’ time than any other social media platform in the US. This year, adult TikTok users will spend an average of 38 minutes per day on the short-video app. Twitter ranks second, with a daily average of 35 minutes, while third-place Facebook will see 31 minutes per day from the average adult user.

Winter Olympics provide Beijing the opportunity to scrub China’s internet clean: The door to a free and open Chinese internet is closing fast as regulators aim to reshape the Great Firewall of China.

As video ad spending continues to expand, its share of total programmatic ad dollars will grow.

Instagram introduces subscriptions as it vies for control of the creator economy: As Instagram’s cachet diminishes among younger audiences, it hopes monetization tools will keep creators from turning to other platforms.

Big Tech and government regulators set to clash over new merger guidelines: Industry lobbying and legal delays could outlast current crop of antitrust crusaders.

Mobile app gaming has managed to hold on to its pandemic-driven success and then some, reversing our previous predictions that time spent gaming with mobile apps would decline in the US after 2020.

TikTok aims to generate $12 billion in ad sales this year: Reaching that goal requires the social video platform to lure more large advertisers.

Retail media advertising had a banner year in 2021—one that will be hard to top. Although growth is expected to taper this year, there are several reasons why retailers looking to build their own media networks should take notice.

By 2024, we expect US digital ad spend to be about $65 billion higher than what we expected before the pandemic. The biggest drivers behind these larger-than-expected increases are retail media networks and connected TV.

Join us to learn our outlook for digital advertising, including connected TV, retail media, search, social video, audio, out-of-home, addressable TV, and programmatic

As retail media advertising continues to increase year over year, retailers and brands have the opportunity to better plan their digital advertising strategies

Hulu raked in $2.1 billion in ad revenues between October 2020 and November 2021, by far the most of any ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) platform in the US.

On today's episode, we discuss what our analysts think will be the key digital trends of 2022. Where we stand with our digital advertising outlook, how far the pendulum will swing towards AVOD services, when TV and video ad measurement will cease being a hot mess, and more. We then talk about whether video streaming growth has officially stalled and if Univision can bring the immediacy of digital measurement to TV ads. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Paul Verna.

On today's episode, we discuss what our analysts think will be the key trends of 2022. Will Facebook's grip on digital advertising loosen? How much of a splash will viral commerce make? How much will the pendulum swing back towards physical retail? And more. We then talk about the most important social media challenge facing brands this year and whether Amazon's marketplace model is coming to a store near you. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer analyst Jasmine Enberg and principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Andrew Lipsman.

Brands eagerly jump on the retail media network bandwagon: As access to customer data becomes a priority for brands, retailers see an opportunity to diversify their revenue streams.

On this special edition of the show, we're taking a look back at some of the most notable conversations we've had this year. In this episode, we discuss what the media world will look like by 2030 concerning digital ads, shopping, banks, pay TV, digital video, and esports.

Hulu’s 2021 ad revenue outpaces competitors, but troubles loom: The streamer’s reliance on partners like NBCUniversal to provide content could hamstring further growth.