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While gamers may be seen as easy targets for ridicule, the gaming industry is nothing to scoff at with 2018 revenues reported at more than $43 billion. Millennials, in particular, are big gamers with a new study by Nielsen reporting that two-thirds of US Millennials play video games every month.Read More
Connected TV devices continue to account for the largest share of video ad impressions. Smartphones, which only a year earlier had accounted for the largest percentage of impressions, are steadily declining in share, cannibalized by connected TV devices.Read More
A recent media outlook from PwC predicated that podcast advertising will see strong growth through the year 2023 to reach $1.4 billion. As podcasts become more of a focus for advertisers, who is the average listener?Read More
According to Q3 2018 research from Nielsen, US consumers ages 35 to 49 spend nearly the same amount of time with old media like live and timeshifted TV and radio, as with their digital devices by accessing apps and the web on a smartphones or tablet.Read More
In 2017, nearly 80 million Americans used a voice assistant at least once a month on any device; that number is expected to reach 123 million by 2021, constituting 36.6% of the United States population, according to eMarketer.Read More
While very few marketers would dispute the effectiveness of personalization, there are still barriers to being able to personalize at scale, namely the time and cost involved in creating personalized content. A survey of more than 1,000 US consumers from Periscope by McKinsey shares some insights on personalized messages and what consumers think of them.Read More