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The 2021 IAB NewFronts Reveal How Media Innovation Mirrors Current Events & Culture

The 2021 IAB NewFronts kicked-off last Monday. The NewFronts take place every spring, kickstarting discussions around critical media issues and the future of the media industry. Below are key trends and takeaways from last week’s presentations: The buzz word of the week was “incrementality”—presenters touted incremental reach driven by CTV and incrementality in advertising investments …

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Era of Adaptation – Future Forward Strategies For Brands of All Sizes

Nielsen recently released their Annual Marketing Report, and the themes focused on performance-based media and how to measure it. While they mentioned that we are slowly moving forward, we must ask ourselves—are we really? Below are some highlights from the report: Smaller Budgets, More Targeting As budgets shrank in 2020, advertisers chose to tailor their …

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Play Ball: How Budweiser is Bringing The Stadium Experience to Fans Outside the Stadium

After a long Winter, the world is attempting to approach a sense of normalcy. People are itching to get outside. MLB is accommodating to this itch for normalcy by allowing fans to games this year. Allowing fans to come back into stadiums is a positive for the country’s psyche and for in-game advertising. “The idea …

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What is Clubhouse?

Clubhouse is an iPhone exclusive, invite-only social networking app where users gather in audio chat rooms to discuss various topics. Rooms are created and run by designated moderators who speak and unmute listeners at their discretion. Users can follow other followers or topics. These rooms function as mini, hyper-focused podcasts that cover everything from Netflix …

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The Madness of March: How Some Advertisers are Trying to Cash In

A year ago, America was devastated when the 2020 NCAA March Madness Tournament was cancelled, one of the first major events halted by the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases. Now, a year later, March Madness is back. Luckily for the NCAA and its broadcast partners CBS and Turner Sports, the absence of tournament last year …

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