Hulu’s 2021 ad revenue outpaces competitors, but troubles loom: The streamer’s reliance on partners like NBCUniversal to provide content could hamstring further growth.

On today's episode, we discuss the most impressive parts of the triopoly's (Google, Facebook, and Amazon) performances this year, what we were most concerned about, and why they will lose or gain share in 2022. We then talk about a new TV show designed specifically for social media and whether YouTube TV adding channels can move the needle. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst Paul Verna and senior analyst at Insider Intelligence Jasmine Enberg.

iSpot’s new deal with LG lets it tap into 39 million CTVs: The analytics firm pounces on Nielsen’s shaky ground by bringing together the fractured measurement space.

Vodeo Games’ union calls attention to embattled video game industry: The unionization of a relatively small studio could make big waves in a sector rallying around worker rights.

DJI dinged with investment ban that could lead to loss of US business: Its products aren’t banned yet, but that could change unless it can prove it operates ethically.

New Ring cameras could track people using facial and retinal recognition, skin texture, gait, voice, and even odor: Together with Amazon’s Project Sidewalk, it could add up to an ultra-surveillance network.

AirAsia, one of the world’s largest budget airlines, is on a mission to build a regional super app. While it follows in the footsteps of titans like WeChat in China and Gojek in Southeast Asia, if AirAsia succeeds, it will blaze a path for travel and other industries not endemic to the mobile space.

Smartphone duopoly could get regulatory pushback in UK: The latest effort to keep Apple and Google in check could invite competition and promote consumer choice, but there’s no viable third player.

Digital-only Chime turns to free cash deposits via Walgreens: Collaborating with the pharmacy chain will help the US neobank’s cost-conscious customers avoid fees for cash deposits and keep it competitive with other banking players that work with retailers.

The solutions can help billers improve payment collection while giving customers a more efficient way to pay their bills.

On this episode of Brand Anatomy, where we get exclusive looks inside leading brands, eMarketer Briefing director Jeremy Goldman sits down with Abby Whitmer, vice president of ecommerce at BeautyBio, to discuss how the beauty brand is adjusting to iOS privacy changes, tackling supply chain issues as a medium-sized business, and lessons from this year’s holiday season.

Digital ID regtechs are attracting record funding and revenue growth amid spiking AML fines, but as investments grow, so will FIs’ expectations of fewer incidents and fines

Amazon faces Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigation after deadly tornado: With supply chains pushed to their limits this holiday season, brands must balance productivity and worker safety.