LCR Bytes: TV Is Hot In Atlanta

LCR Bytes: TV is Hot in Atlanta

Over-the-air television advertising revenues* in Atlanta, Georgia reached $428.3 million in 2015, according to BIA/Kelsey’s new Local Competition Report on the Atlanta television market. This $428.3 million revenue estimate is broken down by owner in the pie chart above. Cox Media Group's WSB-TV (ABC) dominates the market,…

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Programmatic TV Is Coming To Local

Programmatic TV is Coming to Local

How soon will programmatic TV come to local? We estimate it will impact buying in a significant way sometime over the next 18-24 months. This is the topic of a new BIA/Kelsey insight paper: Looking Ahead to Programmatic in Local TV in…

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Programmatic  Comes To Local TV In 2016

Programmatic Comes to Local TV in 2016

The elements of programmatic TV advertising are coming together for those in the local broadcast and cable television space. BIA/Kelsey conducted a complimentary webinar on this topic, now available on on demand with the accompanying slides. For this webinar, we assembled…

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Media Bytes: Premium TV Goes Over The Top

Media Bytes: Premium TV Goes Over the Top

This is the first in BIA/Kelsey's new Media Bytes series. On a periodic basis, BIA/Kelsey associate Mitch Oscar drills down and draws meaning from new products, events and corporate moves in the digital media world. An excerpt is below and the full…

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BIA/Kelsey Vertical Reports: Turbulence Ahead In Financial Services

BIA/Kelsey Vertical Reports: Turbulence Ahead in Financial Services

BIA/Kelsey has released its 2015 Insights into Local Advertising report for the Financial Vertical. The report provides BIA/Kelsey’s estimates of marketing and advertising spend in each of the major segments of the Financial Services industry.

One important takeaway is that financial services are undergoing rapid transformation due to automation, innovation in financial technology and changing consumer preferences that favor smaller more service-oriented banks.

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Entertainment Value: SMBs Have it Too

SMBs in the entertainment vertical love video advertising. We're talking movie theaters, event venues, catering, on-demand performers*, etc.. As is conducive to their craft, they're big fans of online video, particularly website and YouTube videos. They're also big on cable…

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