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12/3/2019
Adobe Analytics projects that yesterday will be the largest online shopping day in U.S. history with $9.2 billion in sales — a 17% increase from last year.
12/3/2019
The FCC's Media Bureau is seeking comment on a broadcaster petition to narrow the FCC's political ad disclosure requirements
12/3/2019
Online sales on Thanksgiving Day were up 15% from a year ago at $4.2 billion, according to Adobe Analytics, which tracks activity on thousands of websites. Black Friday was on track to hit $7.4 billion in online sales, up 19%, based on early data.
11/25/2019
Michael R. Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, spent at least $30 million for a single week of television ads, a show of financial force that signals his willingness to use his vast personal fortune to reshape the Democratic presidential race.
11/21/2019
The Local Media Consortium and the Local Media Association announced the selection of 22 diverse local media companies as beta group participants for the Branded Content Project to test and develop successful and sustainable branded content offerings and revenue streams.
11/21/2019
BIA Advisory Services estimates that businesses in the automotive vertical will spend $15.8 billion on local advertising in 2020 in its latest vertical industry report, “Automotive Industry: Insights Into Local Advertising 2020.”
11/21/2019
Cybersecurity company CHEQ conducted research with the University of Baltimore, which found that the epidemic of online fake news now costs the global economy $78 billion annually.
11/20/2019
Pete Buttigieg has ascended to the top of Iowa's Democratic presidential primary polling by channeling a substantial fundraising haul into TV ads and a robust presence inside the state.
11/20/2019
CBS News told affiliates that it would allow them to use live coverage from its CBSN streaming-video hub to keep news events on the air even when the network’s traditional reports had come to an end.
11/20/2019
Per-transaction fees and resistance by walled gardens are hampering the development of tools to streamline the complicated world of buying and selling spot TV advertising.
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