eMarketer principal analysts Mark Dolliver and Nicole Perrin join vice president of content studio Paul Verna to discuss why companies are abandoning Facebook's cryptocurrency, AMC Theaters' recent foray into the streaming wars, younger viewers' preference for Netflix vs. YouTube and more.

eMarketer principal analyst Andrew Lipsman, executive editor Rimma Kats, senior corporate account director Sarai Bravo and senior director of global accounts Anne Porto discuss Banana Republic’s new clothing rental service: Why do consumers use them? What are the pain points? And can they have mass market appeal? Then, Andrew and Rimma chat about video platforms streaming fashion shows, why Away wants to be a travel company and more.

When CMO Ryan Dell joined MVMT in 2016, the fashion brand was primarily a direct-to-consumer (D2C) watch seller with little retail presence. After establishing the brand—largely through building a strong following on social media—MVMT caught the attention of watch giant Movado Group, which acquired the company last year.

In this Meet the Analyst webinar, eMarketer principal analyst Lauren Fisher discussed how marketers are crafting audience segments for addressable media using a host of first-, second- and third-party data types.

eMarketer junior forecasting analyst Nazmul Islam shares our total media ad spending outlook for Germany and what’s behind traditional’s sluggish growth.

eMarketer principal analyst Yory Wurmser joins principal analyst Nicole Perrin to discuss rewarded video, voter targeting and more.

eMarketer forecasting director Shelleen Shum breaks down Facebook’s average ad revenues per user in the UK, including Instagram.

The battle to maintain licensing rights for high-profile shows is intensifying. Chad Mumm, senior vice president and head of entertainment for Vox Media Studios, spoke with eMarketer about how the business of video content licensing is evolving.

eMarketer senior forecasting analyst Oscar Orozco explores our digital ad spend numbers for Google and Facebook amid an economic slowdown in the EU.

eMarketer principal analyst Andrew Lipsman explains the implications of companies like Amazon rolling out next-day delivery, why Walmart is selling ModCloth, how customers feel about J.Crew and the Gap and how companies are using Pinterest for product launches.

Ads on WhatsApp are to be expected sometime in 2020. And most advertisers we spoke to for our new report on global messaging apps agreed that Status—WhatsApp’s version of Stories—makes sense as a testing ground for ads.

eMarketer forecasting director Shelleen Shum explains why we lowered our forecast for total and digital ad spend in the UK again.

eMarketer senior analyst Jasmine Enberg joins principal analyst Nicole Perrin to discuss whether major US tech firms are taking a page from the BAT (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent) playbook. Are Americans entering the age of the domestic super app? What would that mean for brands?

Apple launched its subscription gaming service Arcade in late September as part of the company’s wider iOS 13 release, betting big on subscription gaming services and joining others like Google and Microsoft. As more adults spend time with mobile gaming apps daily, these companies are steadily developing their mobile gaming strategies.

We recently sat down with retailers, including Knix, Natori and Enjoy Life Foods, to discuss their current marketing efforts and how they define digital transformation. Previously, we dug into the marketing channels they rely on most, challenges they face with measurement and whether they’ve acquired enough first-party data. In our final “Industry Voices: A Focus on Retail” video, we look at how digital transformation has changed the way retail employees are collaborating and working together.

So much of the world is accessing video primarily via mobile, as the devices take varying levels of precedence around the world. In our latest global reports collection, we take an in-depth look at usage patterns in specific regions.

Email is still at the center of marketers’ digital programs. No surprise there; it offers several benefits: It’s an owned communications channel, it’s permissioned—meaning consumers have opted in and indicated interest—and it’s a traditional marketing channel that most marketers are thoroughly experienced with.

The growing US search ad market is dominated by Google. But Amazon and smaller players have the ad giant in their crosshairs. According to our latest US ad spending forecast, Google’s share of search ad revenues will drop, while that of Amazon will grow over the next two years.

As more customers turn to digital options for their video entertainment, TV ad spending is flattening. In our latest report on US video, we forecast that US advertisers will spend $70.30 billion on TV this year, a decrease of 2.9% from 2018.

Discounts and low prices are historic holiday asks. But this year, sustainability is also top of mind. According to a recent survey, shoppers are more mindful of who they do business with, especially as it pertains to the environment.