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In January, digital media advertising growth continued its slowdown to single-digit percentage gains -- but traditional TV advertising continued to have strong results.
In January, U.S. national TV witnessed a sharp decline in total day commercial ratings points -- but rose slightly in prime time.
Media measurement company comScore is launching new mobile video metrics for YouTube and its partner channels.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google is committing to a series of audits for its web video powerhouse YouTube by the ad industry’s measurements watchdog, the Media Rating Council.
The Federal Communications Commission today voted unanimously to allow broadcasters to voluntarily deploy the emerging “next-generation” television transmission standard known as ATSC 3.0.
Scripps Networks Interactive said it would be investing $30 million to $40 million in digital content and data to fuel growth.
More than 40% of online ads are larger than industry standards, which slows down websites and annoys users with crawling load times.
Last year, Accenture and ABC analyzed $12 billion of actual media spending with actual sales data. Here is what they found.
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