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The labor market’s recovery is showing signs of losing momentum as persistently elevated applications for unemployment benefits show layoffs remain historically high despite summer hiring.
Online grocery will account for 21.5% of total grocery sales by 2025, an estimated $250 billion, representing more than a 60% increase compared to pre-pandemic estimates.
Global measurement and data analytics firm Nielsen is rolling out a new tool called Nielsen Compass, which matches audience levels across various mediums with sales data to gauge an ad campaign’s return on investment.
Comcast’s NBCUniversal unit said it is introducing a new measurement system that tells marketers how effective their ad spending has been across campaigns, screens and platforms.
Black-ish is set to have its very own animated episode. The episode is part of a one-hour special that will air ahead of the Season 7 premiere, will follow the Johnsons as they navigate the upcoming election.
The FCC has voted to deny an appeal of its decision that eight station groups failed to negotiate retransmission consent in good faith and has further decided to propose each of the 18 stations at issue over $500,000 apiece.
Retailers, with some exceptions, have been slow out of the gate in announcing their seasonal hiring plans. “The pandemic has thrown typical holiday hiring patterns off,” said Andrew Challenger, VP of Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
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