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This year, time spent with digital video will officially surpass time spent with TV among US adults. Video advertising is also moving toward digital as advertisers set their sights on connected TV and social video, and even take advantage of retail media networks’ video opportunity. Whether you’re pitching a video ad campaign or reevaluating a tight ad budget, here are five charts that will help with the how, what, where, when, and why of video advertising. Whether you’re pitching a video ad campaign or reevaluating a tight ad budget, here are five charts that will help with the how, what, where, when, and why of video advertising.

Dish Network is still reeling from ransomware attack: With various services and websites offline and their stock hitting a 14-year low, the window for Dish to resolve its ransomware-related outage is closing.

On today's episode, we discuss why CEO Susan Wojcicki is leaving YouTube, the company's top concerns at the moment, and what the future holds. "In Other News," we talk about ads for Apple TV+ and a startup that is attempting to improve ad measurement. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Evelyn Mitchell.

The sports rights spending of subscription OTT services will increase by more than $3 billion this year to reach $8.5 billion worldwide, according to Ampere Analysis. Their monthly viewership will also grow, per our forecast, surpassing 2 billion for the first time in 2023.

Will streamers band together to create a sports broadcast hub? ESPN is trying to persuade competitors to jump on board, and revenue pressures could sway them.

In the US, TikTok will capture the attention of its adult users for an average of 55.8 minutes a day, with YouTube close behind at 47.5 minutes, according to our forecast. At the other end of the spectrum, Facebook’s adult users will spend just over a half an hour per day on the platform, while those of Reddit will spend only 23.6 minutes with it.

On today's episode, we discuss why Disney+ lost around 3 million subscribers, how much its new ad-supported tier can move the needle, and whether The Walt Disney Co. is more likely to buy the rest of—or sell—Hulu. "In Other News," we talk about how connected TV (CTV) viewers feel about "enhanced" ad formats and what a new category of video called "accompanying in-stream" is all about. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Paul Verna.

Streamers are raising prices to increase revenues, but Netflix is trying the opposite: The company reduced subscription prices in more than 30 countries as it looks to expand abroad.

Regulatory pressure mounts in EU: The European Commission is following in the footsteps of various US agencies, states, and schools by banning the TikTok app on devices. Will the rest of Europe comply?

More than half of US adults prefer human-generated content across a broad range of media, according to an Ipsos survey. For news and photojournalism, for example, about 70% want to see human-made content. But for marketing websites and movies, US adults are slightly more open to AI-generated content.

For the first time, US adults will spend more time per day with digital video than with TV this year, according to our forecast, as the cord-cutting revolution takes hold. Total time spent with digital video and TV will remain just over 6 hours per day, the same amount it’s been since 2020.

Instagram is shutting down its livestream shopping business: The move is the latest sign of US shoppers' disinterest in livestream commerce.

On today's episode, we discuss why some folks think digital ads are getting worse, whether things are looking up for Uber, TikTok’s parent company ByteDance challenging Meta on VR, why Warner Bros. Discovery will continue Discovery+, the Grammys rebounding from the pandemic's effect on viewership, the surprising most littered plastic item in the US, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our vice president of Briefings Stephanie Taglianetti and analysts Suzy Davidkhanian and Max Willens.

Among Gen Zers in the US, those who watch both digital video and linear TV spend 13.1 hours per week with TikTok videos and other user-generated content, per Hub Research.

Streaming media apps might have to pay up: European regulators could require data-heavy businesses to pay for network expansion and maintenance. This cost will inevitably lead to price increases for subscribers.

Can Fox turn Tubi into a major streaming brand? The free, ad-supported streaming service is in a strong position to weather a difficult chapter.

While overall social network user numbers are rising slowly in the UK, there’s much greater movement in terms of the platforms being used.

“Disrupt, make noise, get people talking about Tubi the next day.” That was the goal for the campaign, said Greg Hahn, co-founder and chief creative officer of Mischief, the agency behind Tubi’s “interface interruption” and “rabbit hole”-themed Super Bowl ads. We talked to Hahn about Tubi and Mischief’s advertising approach.

Is Bob Iger really willing to let Hulu go? The new/old CEO eased up on his predecessor’s aggressive buyout ambitions after a rough quarter.