Streaming services capitalized throughout 2021 on consumers’ growing appetite for streaming video content. In total, Americans streamed almost 15 million years’ worth of content last year.
Personal connections are critical for long-term brand health. For that, marketers need to build and maintain trust with their audiences—as well as identify which channels to leverage in those efforts.
From a total viewing perspective, streaming was the clear outlier during the week of Christmas, as Americans watched a total of 183 billion minutes across the growing range of over-the-top platforms.
By strengthening how they source and leverage their own first-party data, marketers have the opportunity to understand consumers on a more meaningful level and therefore, be in position to excel when it comes to personalization.
Content that connects isn’t just on-screen. And for diverse audiences, podcast content is resonating and an important medium.
Nielsen Fan Insights data highlights why the NBA is such a strong partner for crypto. Notably, just under half of NBA fans (49%) express a general interest in crypto products, which is 80% more likely than the overall U.S. population.
Amid the many dynamics affecting TV usage, such as program releases, sports seasons and even the weather, few have the same effect as one of the most basic: time off.
When it comes to brand building, marketers need to be able to drive engagement, awareness and consideration among people who aren’t already customers.
The supply chain may be slow this holiday season, but marketers can’t afford to be. Here’s how marketers can move quickly to stay top of mind for consumers despite supply and shipping complications.
News and reality are the most inclusive genres across the top 10 most inclusive programs for South Asians, highlighting a significant shortage across the wide range of other genres, especially those depicting everyday life.