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83% of US Households Have Broadband at Home

83% of US Households Have Broadband at Home

A full 86% of US households had internet services at home by the end of last year, up from 82% a decade earlier. With virtually all (97%) of households with internet service at home having broadband services, recent data from Leichtman Research Group (LRG) puts the US...

Not All Traditional Media Expected to Bounce Back Next Year

Not All Traditional Media Expected to Bounce Back Next Year

Cinema, out-of-home (OOH) and print are just some of the ad types whose investment has been hit hard this year, according to WARC’s latest report [download page] on global ad trends for 2020/21. By all accounts, cinema has taken a hard hit as a result of the COVID-19...

What Are the Top-Spending Industries in Digital Video?

What Are the Top-Spending Industries in Digital Video?

The Retail industry currently accounts for more digital video and digital display advertising dollars than any other industry, but it isn’t set to increase its investment despite record e-commerce sales, according to new figures from eMarketer. Here’s a look at how a...

Data Hub: Coronavirus and Marketing [Updated]

Data Hub: Coronavirus and Marketing [Updated]

Let's take an updated look at how marketers and consumers are dealing with this crisis. The below is a curated list of data that we've gathered in recent weeks, but with news about the global spread of the coronavirus and its effects on consumers and businesses...

Mobile Banking Usage Is Up Globally, But Privacy Concerns Remain

Mobile Banking Usage Is Up Globally, But Privacy Concerns Remain

Alongside an overall increase in smartphone users' digital activity, some 48% of mobile users accessed mobile banking in 2019, representing a significant increase year-over-year (y-o-y). Despite this rise in activity, identified by a recent global study [download...

These Were the Leading Categories for Ad Spend in Q1 2020

These Were the Leading Categories for Ad Spend in Q1 2020

For many advertisers, the COVID-19 outbreak has likely brought about difficult decisions. In a time of uncertainty, many will be questioning whether any form of advertising makes sense right now, and others are cutting their volume and spend (though there are...

US Out-of-Home Ad Revenues Grew by 7.5% In 2019

US Out-of-Home Ad Revenues Grew by 7.5% In 2019

US out-of-home (OOH) revenues increased by 7.5% year-over-year (y-o-y) in 2019, hitting a new high of $8.6 billion, per figures released by the Out of Home Advertising Association of America (OAAA). The growth rate was quite a leap compared to those of 2018 (4.5%),...

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