African Americans are 43% more likely than other Americans to say that they like to have a lot of gadgets, according to the Nielsen report “It’s In The Bag: Black Consumers’ Path To Purchase.” This should give advertisers more peace of mind knowing they have a ton of options when advertising to African Americans.
Have you ever wondered just how influential radio is? Well, according to Nielsen’s Audio Today 2019 report, 92% of Americans listen to the radio every single week. That’s 272 million people over the age of six; a larger, steadier number than TV, mobile, or digital.
Now that we are almost halfway through 2019, ad industry experts are fine-tuning their projections for 2020. Brian Wieser, global president of Business Intelligence for GroupM, has long kept an eye on the advertising market.
Did you know that there are 65 million Americans who own over 130 million smart speaker devices? According to Search Engine Land, that’s 23% of all Americans who are older than 12. And that number has only been growing annually. With 223 million Americans aware of smart speakers, it would seem that trend will continue.
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.
We’ve watched mobile advertising overcome desktop and laptop advertising spend, but this year, it’s going after TV’s ad spending.
The new "Does Radio Drive Store Traffic" study published Dial Report and the Radio Advertising Bureau shows how retailers can drive store traffic with radio ads. Here are the details.
If your clients haven’t been targeting their Hispanic consumers via radio ads, it’s about time they learned how they can use this medium to reach nearly all of this demographic.
Candidates and political action committees are buying ad space to inform consumers and sway the vote. While online media formats may see the biggest increases in political ad spending, cable TV operators can expect to see their revenues increase from this activity.
Metova, a world leading provider of mobile, connected car, connected home and IoT Solutions, today announced the results of a survey revealing the sentiment of consumers* regarding "the connected car." Of note, over half of respondents own a car that connects to the internet, either direct or via phone, while two-thirds would switch to a different entertainment service if that service is readily available in their new vehicle.