According to Nielsen’s U.S. Entertainment Consumer Report, consumers in households earning an average annual income of $66,000 account for more than 70 percent of spending on entertainment—things like books, video-on-demand and music. And not only did the survey find that these high entertainment spenders have more discretionary income than low or moderate spenders, they also participate in more entertainment activities. This group is also more likely to be female, ethnically diverse and have young children in their household.
Since there are a finite number of hours in a day, high spenders that enjoy an array of activities will ultimately be limited in how much time they dedicate to each. In that way, content providers and advertisers have a slightly larger window of opportunity to engage with moderate and low spenders.
So what’s the best content for capturing each group’s attention? Download the report for the full insight.