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- AT&T Media Strategy
- 2020 Local Political Forecast
- TV Attribution Webinar On-Demand
- 2019 U.S. Local Ad Forecast Update
AT&T Media Strategy 2019
From the initial U-Verse to DIRECTV, and now with the Time Warner & Turner content play, AT&T is attempting to deepen their position as a major content provider.
Examine AT&T’s strategy, technical advancements and investment to get a full understanding of why AT&T is an ever more important media business. More on the topic here.
Local Political Advertising to Top $6.55 Billion in 2020, According to BIA Forecast
CHANTILLY, Va. (Aug 5, 2019) – BIA Advisory Services estimates $6.55 billion will be spent in local political advertising in 2020. The firm forecasts that over-the-air (OTA) television will earn the majority of the ad spend (47 percent) at $3.08 billion. Online/digital outlets will receive $1.37 billion (21 percent), while $919 million (14.0 percent) will be spent on multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs) and just over $312 million (4.8 percent) for Radio. The balance will go to other media.
WEBINAR On-Demand: TV Attribution: Opinions and Discoveries
View this webinar to get expert insights on local TV attribution and the effect on the automotive industry.
- Angela Betasso, Chief Revenue Officer, Tribune Media
- Brad Danaher, Director TV Solutions, Experian Marketing Services
- Cordie DePascale, SVP, Connect Partner Management, Mediaocean
- Greg Dixon, VP Automotive Client Development, TVSquared
- Will Felcon, Strategic Product Management – Advanced Advertising, Spectrum Reach
- Gini Resnick, Automotive Research Manager, Sinclair Broadcast Group
- Kevin Stuart, Vice President Research, Hearst Television
U.S. Local Ad Revenues to Reach $148.8B in 2019
BIA raising original forecast estimate slightly based on strong economy, early political advertising and strength of mobile advertising.
Traditional media will retain a significant portion (60 percent) of the overall spend, $89.2B, with digital ad revenue at 40 percent with $59.5B. However, the future of online/digital advertising revenue is progressively increasing.
More forecast findings here.
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BIA tracks the value of transactions in TV and radio and the number of stations sold in each industry on a monthly and year-to-date basis. View all the details.