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    The expected surge in streaming consumption is materializing, and users who say they're planning to spend more on those services have risen, at least for the present. Ad platform data indicates that video inventory is on the rise,eCPMs are down just slightly, and digital ad spend is flat month-to-month, but up YoY.
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