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    FEB 20, 2020

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

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    APR 15, 2020

    That’s in sync with a June 2019 survey by RIS News, where about seven in 10 US consumers said they use a retailer’s mobile app or mobile website while shopping in-store. About four in 10 respondents do so to check sales and promotions (41%), check for coupons (39%) or compare prices (38%).

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    OCT 24, 2019

    A peer-to-peer payment (P2P) is a transfer of funds from one individual to another using a mobile phone; includes transactions made via mobile browsers and apps developed by nonbank providers (Facebook Messenger, Google Wallet, Square Cash, Venmo, etc.) and transactions made via mobile banking websites and apps developed by banks; excludes cross-border transactions.

  • Video
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    JUN 10, 2019

    But all age groups use news websites. The breakdown of those who access the sites is as follows: Twenty-seven percent of 18-to-29s; 42% of 35-to-49s; 28% of 50-to-64s and 28% of those over 65. Additionally, more 18-to-29s said they get news from social media (36%) than 30-to-49s (22%) and 50-to-64s (14%). Only 8% of respondents over 65 said they get their news from social media.

  • Report
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    NOV 14, 2019

    We define OTT as any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses distribution. We include YouTube in that definition, although advertisers often consider it separate from premium channels that exclusively carry full-length, high-production-value videos.

  • Report
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    SEP 19, 2019

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

  • Report
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    NOV 25, 2019

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

  • Report
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    OCT 24, 2019

    A peer-to-peer payment (P2P) is a transfer of funds from one individual to another using a mobile phone; includes transactions made via mobile browsers and apps developed by nonbank providers (Facebook Messenger, Google Wallet, Square Cash, Venmo, etc.) and transactions made via mobile banking websites and apps developed by banks; excludes cross-border transactions.

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    FEB 18, 2021
  • Report
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    DEC 19, 2019

    Word-of-mouth (16.4%), news/information website ads (14.3%) and out-of-home (6.5%) also factored in, while just 3.5% selected other channels, which would include traditional media. Ultimately, D2C brands’ path to profitability depends on building a strong brand that can deliver scale.

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    DEC 11, 2019

    These formats are also often favored by developers because they work across devices and can create a better experience than standard websites for users who have limited commitment (i.e., for retailers). Within apps, progressive web app technology will make it easier to create “native” ad experiences, and for advertisers to buy ads that run across operating systems.

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    NOV 13, 2019

    In Piper Jaffray’s polling, 52% of teens (average age 15.8) identified Amazon as their top shopping website. Nothing else scored in double digits. Often, though, they use Amazon as an information resource rather than to transact purchases. In Business Insider polling from January 2019, a majority of 13-to-21s reported browsing, but not necessarily buying there often.

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    SEP 24, 2019

    In Q1 2019 polling by IRI, about half of boomers (along with about six in 10 millennials) reported downloading coupons from retailer and manufacturer websites. There’s even some willingness to do so via phone.

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    OCT 24, 2019

    A peer-to-peer payment (P2P) is a transfer of funds from one individual to another using a mobile phone; includes transactions made via mobile browsers and apps developed by nonbank providers (Facebook Messenger, Google Wallet, Square Cash, Venmo, etc.) and transactions made via mobile banking websites and apps developed by banks; excludes cross-border transactions.

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    JUL 23, 2019

    WhatsApp Status Ads will be very similar to Instagram Stories ads—they appear as full-screen advertisements in between user Statuses (WhatsApp’s version of Stories), and viewers will have the option to swipe up to visit a website for more information about the product or service.

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    JAN 28, 2020

    Google has invited logistics firms to collaborate on the project, but many hesitate to take part; they worry about losing the traffic to their own websites that arises from shoppers’ tracking queries. Google is also seen as a future competitor entering the ecommerce fray and chasing Amazon.

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    SEP 19, 2019

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

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    JUL 25, 2019

    As stated on the ASA website: “[Advertising rules for financial products and services] are all about making ads for financial products and services as clear and as transparent as possible and not taking advantage of consumers’ inexperience or credulity.”.

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    OCT 24, 2019

    A peer-to-peer payment (P2P) is a transfer of funds from one individual to another using a mobile phone; includes transactions made via mobile browsers and apps developed by nonbank providers (Facebook Messenger, Google Wallet, Square Cash, Venmo, etc.) and transactions made via mobile banking websites and apps developed by banks; excludes cross-border transactions.

  • Report
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    SEP 19, 2019

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

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    FEB 3, 2020

    “I want to be very clear that auto manufacturers are stewards of the data, and anytime a customer’s data is being used for some kind of personal use case, including advertising, there has to be a way to opt in, just like you have to opt in to a website or any other entity that wants to market to you,” Otonomo’s Rosner said.

  • Report
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    SEP 19, 2019

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

  • Report
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    SEP 19, 2019

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

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    DEC 16, 2019

    Google reported that its Home platform now works with more than 10,000 devices from 1,000 brands, while Apple’s website said more than 50 brands and 500 third-party devices worldwide were compatible with its HomeKit platform.

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    SEP 19, 2019

    Over-the-top (OTT): Any app or website that provides streaming video content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution; examples include HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. Traditional distribution includes internet protocol TV (IPTV), cable, satellite, wireless carriers and fiber operators, multiple system operators (MSOs), MVPDs, and major TV broadcast and cable networks.

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