Change In Traditional Ad Spending, August 2011-February 2013 [CHART]
The shift from traditional media ad spending to digital continues unabated. That’s according to a Duke University Fuqua School of Business survey of US marketers commissioned by the American Marketing Association (AMA) and conducted in February 2013.
As recently as August 2011, marketers expected traditional ad spending to increase incrementally over the following year. But by February 2012 they began to project that traditional ad budgets would shrink, and in February 2013 the expected size of that decline over the next 12 months reached 2.7%. Read the rest at eMarketer.