It’s no secret that more of the world seems to be turning their heads down to their phones with each passing day. However, did you know that, at the same time, more people are watching over-the-air TV?
“When it comes to entertaining themselves, most Americans choose to watch movies and TV, over listening to music, playing video games, and other forms of entertainment. In fact, 27% of all entertainment hours in 2018 were spent watching TV and movies, followed by 19% listening to music, and 16% playing video games, according to The NPD Group. The remaining 38% of entertainment time was taken up by reading books, social networking and other activities.”
There’s no question that the automotive vertical fuels plenty of advertising spending in our economy. This year, according to BIA Advisory Services, the entire automotive vertical will spend at least $15.1 billion on local market advertising.
“It’s probably no surprise that pay-TV packages are more expensive this year than in 2018, reports Consumer Reports. Prices rise every year. But you might be surprised at the size of the increase once you get your bill.”
If you’re pitching traditional media formats to millennial small business owners, your job might be easier than you expect. Millennial business owners are committed to advertising their businesses to succeed.
“Looking to purchase a bigger TV to replace your current model? You are not alone. According to the TV Ownership Trends Report from NPD Connected Intelligence, 40% of U.S. consumers who replaced a TV over the last two years were most motivated by a desire to purchase a bigger screen. In fact, 40% of replacement TVs purchased had a screen size of 50+ inches, with 15% of those made up by TV screens 60-inches and larger.”
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Male members of Generation Z (consumers ages 13 to 21) are following sports, just not the ones you would typically expect.
Digital marketing proponents would have us believe, Chicken Little-style, that the sky is falling on traditional advertising. While there has been significant attrition for some formats, TV is still doing fine.