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Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to spend $80 million on political campaigns this year.
Instagram is taking on TV and YouTube with a new property called IGTV, where videos can run up to an hour long.
Marketers are concerned about a lack of visibility into consumer actions across online marketplaces such as Amazon, Target and Walmart.
TVs are not anywhere near becoming a relic of the past, data suggests.
The intensity of the fight for the U.S. House is playing out on the nation’s TV screens where the number of campaign ads is up more than 50% from the most comparable election.
Nielsen Catalina Solutions is rolling out a new tool designed to measure in-store sales driven by TV and video ads.
The FCC’s July agenda won’t involve a plan to loosen the national ownership reach cap, but will involve reviewing children’s programming rules.
While some broadcasters--including Hearst and Scripps have argued the FCC should raise the 39% cap on a TV broadcast group's national reach, Nexstar is telling the FCC that the cap has to go.
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