The Weekly Listen: The Problem with the Internet, HBO Max Bundle, and Porch Piracy Nov 22
eMarketer principal analysts Mark Dolliver and Nicole Perrin join vice president of content studio Paul Verna to talk about whether the internet is broken, HBO's Max's strategy, NBCUniversal centralizing ads, the revival of a classic device and more.
Growth in total ad spending in the UK continues to slow, weighed down by the uncertainty of Brexit dragging into the 2019 holiday season and unfavorable comparisons to 2018 total ad spend, which got a bump because of the World Cup.
One of the biggest drivers for proximity mobile payment growth is the ever-expanding footprint of stores accepting payments. According to Apple, 74 of the top 100 retail chains accepted Apple Pay as of January 2019, and more have joined since then.
eMarketer forecasting analyst Rini Mukhopadhyay shares our usage numbers for WhatsApp in Brazil and what’s behind its successful adoption.
eMarketer sales executive Michael Bruckenthal, midmarket account manager Brandon Galindo and principal analyst Nicole Perrin discuss initial reactions to Google's new cloud-based gaming service Stadia. Then vice president of content studio Paul Verna talks about the effects of Hulu's price hike, why Spotify is recommending podcasts and Amazon's agenda for its new free music streaming service.
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eMarketer global director of public relations Douglas Clark explores our usage estimates for Facebook Messenger and its popularity in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina.
As more games hit the market, it becomes harder for publishers to get noticed, which has made proactive user acquisition strategies more important. That’s true of casual games, which have found a huge following on mobile, and more complex games that have found ways to integrate advertising that doesn’t detract from gameplay.
eMarketer forecasting analyst Eric Haggstrom and principal analyst Nicole Perrin discuss why defining political ads is difficult but important. They also consider whether political ads really work. They then talk about connected TV growth, issues with Facebook's Ads Manager and Google search manipulation concerns.