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adexchanger | February 06, 2020
The New York Times posted strong results stemming from digital subscriptions; Facebook licensing revenue; its new TV show, The Weekly; Wirecutter and its Crossword and Cooking apps. But advertising wasn’t a bright spot. Coming off a tough comparison quarter, advertising declined 10.7% year-over-year to $171.3 million. Advertising accounts for one-third of total revenue. Overall Q4 revenue rose 1.1% as the Times’ two other revenue categories grew, offsetting advertising’s declin...
MediaVillage | April 21, 2020
Digital audio is booming, and savvy advertisers are drawn to the medium's advancements in personalized ad experiences and creative delivery mechanisms. And with that, brands also want an understanding of their ads' effectiveness and performance. While streaming audio allows us to gather data on ad campaigns — including listener demographics and device mix — rich data backed insights typically come post-campaign. As investment in streaming audio matures, marketers want to know...
Vibenomics | December 15, 2020
Vibenomics, an location-based Audio Out-of-Home™ (AOOH) advertising and experience organization, today declares its partnership with IRI®, a worldwide pioneer in imaginative arrangements and administrations for shopper, retail and media organizations. Together, Vibenomics and IRI unite to measure the direct sales effect of presentation to Audio OOH advertising while at the same time offering advertisers exclusive access to SKU-level granularity for both pre-crusade practicality and pos...
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Nielsen | May 23, 2022
Nielsen's monthly total TV viewing snapshot, The Guage, reported April as another month of high records for streaming. Streaming captured 30.4% of full TV viewing and surpassed its previous record of 29.7% set in March 2022. While overall TV viewership fell by 2.1% in March, streaming volume remained nearly unchanged, helping to boost its share by over 0.6%.
Even though Netflix said it lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter, which sent its shares into a tailspin, its sh...
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