Despite the rise in streaming video consumption, the value of local TV can’t be overstated, especially when it comes to news programming. Importantly, across the content options available to consumers 25-54, news dominated viewing time throughout last year and was markedly higher than at the...
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to constrain budgets, there is no room for waste or inefficiency. So marketers urgently need to measure real outcomes to maximize ROI.
2020 has been branded with an assortment of labels and titles, but from a media perspective, it was a truly transitional year for streaming video. Here's a recap of the most watched original shows, acquired content, and movies on streaming platforms.
Branded crossover events, virtual concerts and celebrity influencer participations all fueled a video game groundswell that shows no signs of receding—even as the COVID-19 vaccine promises to allow people to once again be with each other IRL.
Embracing evolving TV orders opens opportunities across the TV ecosystem, especially as the rest of the industry adopts innovative and automated systems of transacting.
Given the scope of change this year, the adjustments that brands and retailers need to make are widespread, spanning everything from communication methods to marketing messaging to varied product assortment—even the best times to communicate with consumers.
Nielsen released the top 10 shows on television for 2020. In all likelihood, the atypical nature of the year will be profound enough to drive permanent shifts in consumer behavior, including media consumption.
News about the pandemic, rising instances of social injustice and a presidential election have all stolen share from live sports, as has the rise of subscription video on-demand content.
Game spending is still on track for a record-breaking 2020, but consumer anticipation for next-generation consoles and the growing popularity of subscription services diminished demand during the holiday weekend.
After living in a pandemic for nine months, daytime has become a second primetime for total TV consumption among many former office professionals and managers.