...And a new Interactive Advertising Report says 65% of them are "willing" to receive ads on IoT screens. Among the many IoT devices, smart TVs have the oldest owners.
In the third quarter, video viewing rose 37%, but ad views rose only 28% year over year. Short Olympics and election fare and "live" help explain why.
Instagram announced yesterday that now you can use it to shoot a live video that video that disappears right after you're done. And Snapchat added a Group Chat feature that can put up to 16 people into one live conversation.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced nominees for the Golden Globes, and Netflix and Amazon each tallied "only" five. Somehow, that may seem disappointing.
YouTube paid the music industry $1 billion from ad revenue it reaped from music videos this year. A pittance, the music biz howls.
Apple wants movie studios to shrink the window between theatrical releases and the time movies are available for home viewing.
What's the matter with kids today? Hard to say. A new report from Common Sense says parents spend at least as much time doodling online as their kids do--9 hours and 22 minutes a day. Do they feel a little guilty? Or just conflicted?
New numbers crunched by 7Park Data shows that sports and mobile apps make a great team. Views are up, bigly.
Unruly, the ad tech company, says the John Lewis ad, #BusterTheBoxer is the more shared commercial of 2016.
Great Big Story, the video content site started as a separate business unit by CNN a year ago, has now expanded to include much longer pieces, like "The Hard Ship" which recently debuted.