Future success in the streaming space will hinge on more than just great content—it will need directions to help viewers find it.
The pandemic amplified changes in media consumption behavior, but many of the changes were underway when consumers began to quarantine in mid-March 2020.
While the comedy genre is always popular, comedy viewing over the past year highlights a resurgence of nostalgia comedy programming, particularly shows featuring diverse leads and cast members.
Media representation plays an important role in learning—and unlearning—racist stereotypes that harm Asian Americans. It’s time that on-screen content about Asian Americans reflect more of their lives and diverse contributions.
In addition to providing incremental reach, product placements and branded integrations in SVOD programming provide advertisers and agencies with a modern way to integrate brands into the burgeoning streaming realm.
SVOD viewers tend to be light viewers of traditional TV. This is important for a number of reasons, but for brands, it means that advertising on traditional channels like linear TV doesn’t provide comprehensive reach.
Family is critical in the Black community, and without the ability to gather and socialize in the traditional ways, such as through family meals, worship services and visits to the salon, television has taken on a deeper meaning.
Given that connectivity affords millions of Americans the ability to work from home and provides countless children across the country access to virtual schooling, it’s fair to say that virtual is the new IRL.
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.
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.