AS STREAMING WARS RAGE ON, DON’T SLEEP ON LINEAR TV

You’ve seen the headlines: “Streaming won the pandemic.” “Adoption surged over the last year.” “Viewing up across all categories and age groups.” And now: “Amazon is buying MGM Studios.” Today, the world’s best content is being organized around and produced for an over-the-top (OTT) distribution. There’s no question that, in ...
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HOW TO DESIGN AN ACCOUNTABLE TV CAMPAIGN

Marketing today is more closely tied to business growth than ever before. Businesses demand a direct link between campaigns and new customers, increased orders and, of course, revenue growth. This accountable approach to marketing is buoyed by digital advertising’s ability to track vast amounts of data. How often is a ...
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BROADCASTERS’ ROLE IN THE EVOLVING TV LANDSCAPE

Tech-savvy consumers demand 24/7 entertainment at the touch of a button—anytime, anywhere The current TV landscape has transformed as viewing habits have changed, streaming giants battle it out for subscriptions and new players and emerging direct-to-consumer offerings enter the fray, shaking up the status quo. In an always-connected era, consumers ...
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TV IS THE WORST (AND THE BEST) ADVERTISING MEDIUM

The world is slowly showing signs of normalcy, and as we move toward summer, we may also watch less content on the big screen in our homes. During the height of the pandemic, we gobbled up mountains of content across streamers, on-demand, on CTV, and what not. But it’s likely ...
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THE YEAR THAT TV SAVED US

As life outside our homes shut down, the small screen became our treasured path to safe escape Back in March, while my son and his friends were enjoying a chilly morning of socially distanced outdoor fun at a campground, all the dads lingered near the fire our kids had built ...
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TV DRIVES BUSINESS OUTCOMES

Global TV Group arms advertisers with latest TV effectiveness evidence from around the world. Research collection demonstrates how TV works in every market, for all customer objectives. The Global TV Group, the informal grouping of TV companies and sales houses’ trade bodies in Europe, the USA, Canada, Australia and Latin ...
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TV’S RENAISSANCE

With a highly anticipated Enders report into TV advertising out this week, Bobi Carley looks at a linear medium firmly back on planning agendas I’d say I first heard that TV was dying a good ten years ago. When it didn’t happen, it seemed that people may have jumped the ...
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CONSUMERS REVEAL A PREFERENCE FOR TV ADVERTISING OVER SOCIAL MEDIA

Around a third of consumers say TV advertising is ‘entertaining’ (34%) and ‘informative’ (30%) – far more than the equivalent figures for social media advertising (17% and 19% respectively). Why it matters Despite growing levels of advertising investment, social media campaigns are most often called 'excessive' or 'intrusive' by audiences ...
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WHY TV ADS ARE STILL KING

Continued strong levels of consumption and an audience preference for its advertising means that diversifying media habits aren’t killing broadcast TV, says GWI’s Jason Mander. Media consumption changes have attracted a lot of interest recently. We’ve long known about the explosive rise of time spent on mobile phones (globally, GWI’s ...
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VOYO WANTS TO PULL EVEN WITH NETFLIX AND DISNEY+

Voyo wants to create space for its services in the prepaid video market. “In order to make progress, we will have to double the number of subscribers every year,” says the Director of Digital Media of CME, Daniel Grunt. Daniel Grunt has been managing internet activities of Central European Media ...
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