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6/15/2020
“It’s still uncertain when consumers will feel comfortable returning to small businesses and begin spending again, but owners are taking the necessary precautions to reopen safely.” says NFIB’s chief economist Bill Dunkelberg.
6/12/2020
Perhaps hoping to capitalize on all the consumers who adopted pets during the COVID-19 pandemic, ad spending from pet brands was up 51% year over year in the second quarter, according to MediaRadar.
6/12/2020
In the auto sales space, digital storefronts have made a strong case for their staying power, demonstrating their ability to let consumers to check off many aspects of the vehicle-buying process before visiting a dealer lot.
6/11/2020
The NextGen Video Information Systems Alliance coalition brings together providers of advanced broadcast and multichannel TV solutions to accelerate the deployment of ATSC 3.0.
6/11/2020
Emily Barr, president-CEO, Graham Media Group, was re-elected as NAB Television Board chair, while David Santrella, Salem Media Group president of broadcast media, was re-elected Radio Board chair, among other results.
6/11/2020
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says he has been trying to focus on diversity for the last couple of years, but has been hampered by the courts.
6/10/2020
Print and broadcast journalists who do the spadework of daily local and national breaking news reporting are being challenged like never before to cover an all-encompassing, relentlessly complex and fast-moving story.
6/9/2020
Deep Root’s new findings show an increase in linear TV viewership among younger generations, and an increase in overall video consumption across platforms.
6/9/2020
Viewing of broadcast and cable TV, which spiked as people stayed home to slow the spread of COVID-19, is dropping back to pre-quarantine levels as more states reopen for business, according to new data from VideoAmp.
6/8/2020
Three-quarters (76%) of U.S. households had OTT video service subscriptions, versus just 62% with traditional pay-TV services, as of the end of March, according to a new analysis from Parks Associates.
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