The Upfronts returned to a virtual format in 2021. But even compared to 2020, we saw some differences this year. First and foremost, streaming is a much bigger part of deals this year than it ever has been in the past.
Carriers and OEMs have spent decades investing in innovations that delight consumers and enhance the ways we use our phones, discover new things, make decisions and purchases.
You would never think about doing your job without ensuring you’re fully prepared for what’s in front of you. And yet, time and again, many people continue to wing it when it comes to one of the few areas that can immediately derail projects, reputations, even careers.
Audiences rediscovered their love for TV in a big way last year, specifically its more flexible digital incarnation. At the pandemic peak, CTV consumption soared by 160% globally and almost half of the consumers admitted to heavier use.
The checkout flow is easily the most crucial phase of any online business. But, with customer expectations for an easy purchase journey at its peak, the process is not always smooth-sailing.
The digital advertising industry is a space of constant evolution. From the emergence of smartphones to the adoption of Connected TV, to the laser-focus on data privacy, ongoing developments continue to transform online advertising.
In the 20 years since FirmDecisions first made media contract compliance auditing an integral part of many leading brands’ system of checks and balances, much has changed in the marketing ecosystem.
During the spring of 2020, when Covid-19 lockdowns spread across the U.S., numerous advertisers on Facebook, Amazon and elsewhere paused their campaigns.
Data technology companies and brands are scrambling to protect income streams and create workarounds for campaign targeting to ensure paid marketing success within the new constraints.
Over the last year shopping, consumption, and engagement patterns have drastically changed when it comes to how people interact with brands. But, one thing remains to be constant, participation with people, where they are, is key for brand connection.
The Out of Home industry took some big blows from the pandemic, but it is recovering fast. Along the way, we have learned some interesting things over the last year.
Business travel expenses will be scrutinized like never before as companies weigh them against the cost of videoconferencing (which is virtually free). Mainstays like privacy and comfort will remain important, but new values like flexibility have emerged.
AW360 sat down with Brad Ralph, Senior Director of Content Development at Getty Images, to talk about his experience as the founder of iStock.com and share some of his hard-earned insights as to how small businesses can keep in step with copyright laws and protect creators’ rights.
While digital ad spend may be rising, overall marketing budgets are still contracting, albeit at a slower rate than last year, meaning marketers need to account for every penny spent and prove they are delivering real value.
Innovation remains at the heart of Webex, and today they are launching an all-new Webex Suite that is built on the most recent learnings on remote work realities the global pandemic taught us.
For brands that manage a loyalty program in the travel space, now is the time to conduct a thorough review of both your loyalty program and your loyalty strategies to ensure you can make the most of the recovery phase.
I started work at Little Colossus (owned by UnLtd) at the start of 2020 and I officially became the General Manager in July. MOOD tea is the first brand we have launched as Little Colossus.
Why follow one track only when you can combine the best of all worlds to maximize returns. This is how you build a real B2B brand that you can actually take to the bank.
Hardhat is an agency that works to marry the best of creativity with an understanding of the ins and outs of human behaviour. Here, Co-Founder Dan Monheit gives us an insight into how he uses psychology to fuel creative output.
Cultural inclusion is gaining prominence in the advertising industry and in recent years it has taken great strides forward. Here, we talk to four agency heads across Australia and New Zealand, who have been bringing indigenous voices and cultural values further into the mainstream advertising and media environment.