Retail media advertising had a banner year in 2021—one that will be hard to top. Although growth is expected to taper this year, there are several reasons why retailers looking to build their own media networks should take notice.
By 2024, we expect US digital ad spend to be about $65 billion higher than what we expected before the pandemic. The biggest drivers behind these larger-than-expected increases are retail media networks and connected TV.
Join us to learn our outlook for digital advertising, including connected TV, retail media, search, social video, audio, out-of-home, addressable TV, and programmatic
Amid scrutiny of its data policies, Meta launches Privacy Center: With user trust in Facebook still low, parent company Meta hopes more transparency will quell criticism.
As retail media advertising continues to increase year over year, retailers and brands have the opportunity to better plan their digital advertising strategies
WarnerMedia partners with measurement firms to launch Nielsen alternative: The broadcaster is the second this week to announce a fresh option as the TV measurement space becomes more fractured.
Major streaming services enjoyed double-digit viewing time growth in 2021: Our latest US Time Spent With Media Forecast shows that Netflix and Disney rode hits like “Squid Game” to unforeseen success.
NBCUniversal launches NBCUnified: The initiative seeks to capitalize as marketers look to enrich their first-party consumer data given the pending demise of third-party cookies.
Hulu raked in $2.1 billion in ad revenues between October 2020 and November 2021, by far the most of any ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) platform in the US.
Sports betting companies tripled TV ad spend in the last months of 2021: With sports gambling available to more people than ever before, operators look to national TV to bring in customers.
On today's episode, we discuss what our analysts think will be the key digital trends of 2022. Where we stand with our digital advertising outlook, how far the pendulum will swing towards AVOD services, when TV and video ad measurement will cease being a hot mess, and more. We then talk about whether video streaming growth has officially stalled and if Univision can bring the immediacy of digital measurement to TV ads. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Paul Verna.
Microsoft buys Xandr from AT&T to boost its digital ad biz: The programmatic ad segment could help Microsoft as it struggles to keep pace in the digital advertising industry.
Brands eagerly jump on the retail media network bandwagon: As access to customer data becomes a priority for brands, retailers see an opportunity to diversify their revenue streams.
Nielsen’s rocky 2021 gave rise to new measurement competitors: TV networks that once relied on measurement firms to do business have now joined CTV manufacturers in staking their own claim.
On today's episode, we discuss what our analysts think will be the key trends of 2022. Will Facebook's grip on digital advertising loosen? How much of a splash will viral commerce make? How much will the pendulum swing back towards physical retail? And more. We then talk about the most important social media challenge facing brands this year and whether Amazon's marketplace model is coming to a store near you. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer analyst Jasmine Enberg and principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Andrew Lipsman.
On this special edition of the show, we're taking a look back at some of the most notable conversations we've had this year. In this episode, we discuss what the media world will look like by 2030 concerning digital ads, shopping, banks, pay TV, digital video, and esports.
Corporate activism is increasing as consumers grow to expect it: More brands are taking meaningful action, like pulling their ad spend, over misaligned values.
Marketers rate TikTok less trustworthy, more innovative than Facebook: Despite amassing over 1 billion users, TikTok still struggles to attract marketing dollars.
Breakout hits solidified streaming services’ grip as linear TV struggled: Streaming services lead the industry, but they still face piracy and subscription woes.
Reddit to go public as monetization efforts pay off: Per our forecast, the site’s ad revenues nearly doubled this year after months of working to improve brand safety and secure partnerships.