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October 23, 2013

Chart of the Day : US Top 10 Broadcast TV vs Cable TV

US Broadcast TV vs Cable TV

June 29, 2012

The Mobile App 2.0 Economy:

Despite how much attention it's given, the mobile app economy isn't as big as you might think. Based on an aggregation of data points from iSuppli, Forrester Research, company releases, and our own estimates, mobile app revenues were a little under $3.5 billion last year.

Apple announced at WWDC earlier this month that the App Store had paid out $5 billion to developers since its inception. Apple takes a 30 percent cut of App Store transactions, which means it has generated cumulative revenues of $7.15 billion since its introduction in 2008. Android is a blip in the app revenue landscape, which isn't surprising given developers complain about getting paid on the platform.

June 6, 2011

Traditional Media Takes a Hit, To Grow less than 1%

The flight of ad dollars away from traditional media is set to continue, according to a new forecast from eMarketer.After plunging by 18.5% in 2009, ad spending on traditional media is on a slow rebound. eMarketer estimates spending was up 2.1% in 2010, to $127.2 billion. But rather than making a true recovery, spending will seesaw in coming years, dropping 0.9 percent in 2011, and hovering under $130 billion through 2015—far from the $165.94 billion recorded in 2007 on the eve of the recent recession.

After a recovery from the recession—during which U.S. spending on traditional media (directories, magazines, newspapers, outdoor, radio, and TV) fell by 18.5 percent—eMarketer estimates that spending increased by 2.1 percent in 2010 and projects growth of just under 1 percent this year. From 2012 to 2015, total traditional media spending is predicted to hover around an annual total of $129 billion, barely up from a projected $126 billion this year.

The one exception is spending on TV advertising (which includes network, syndication, and spot broadcast TV as well as cable TV). eMarketer estimates that this grew by nearly 10 percent in 2010, as the economy recovered to reach a total of $59 billion. By 2015, U.S. spending on TV advertising is forecast to total $68 billion.
The firm's last forecast for U.S. online ad spending put the total at $26 billion in 2010 and projected that it would reach $40.5 billion by 2014.( Above infographic  on Traditional Media and New Media  courtesy:Leadgenix Blog
Emarketer predicts that Online and mobile ad spending, by contrast, will post real gains. The shift in consumer time spent with the internet and mobile phones that has been under way for several years continues—and advertisers are following this audience.