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Dollar Growth Rate of Video to Peak This Year

Dollar Growth Rate of Video to Peak This Year

It will increase by 56% to $6 billion, then taper off due to growth in inexpensive mobile placements, says a new study.

Alliance Data Spends $2.3 Billion to Buy Conversant

Alliance Data Spends $2.3 Billion to Buy Conversant

CEO Ed Heffernan says the acquisition "bulks up" the digital marketing power of Alliance and its Epsilon and Loyalty One units.

Time Has Come for Cross-Channel Video Campaigns

Time Has Come for Cross-Channel Video Campaigns

People and Entertainment Weekly team up to deliver one of the first cross-channel video campaigns powered by HTML5.

Nielsen: Viewers' Attention Shifting from TV to Video

Nielsen: Viewers' Attention Shifting from TV to Video

There is a viewing-screen transference underway. People are watching four fewer hours of TV and four more hours of digital video than they did this time last year.

How Amazon Ads Might Change the Game

How Amazon Ads Might Change the Game

Will the Great Recommender introduce "pretargeting" to the menu? Is it destined to become the King of Conversion? Or will its ad business simply settle in between Google's and Facebook's?

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FTC approves final Facebook settlement

FTC approves final Facebook settlement

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accepted a finalized settlement with Facebook today Aug. 9 that was proposed last November.

AMA research shows how to cut noise, sharpen trend insights

AMA research shows how to cut noise, sharpen ...

Research in the American Marketing Association's (AMA) Aug. 2012 edition of the Journal of Marketing Research provides a template for marketers to better understand trend speed and acceleration while filtering ...

More pencils, more books—and more teacher's dirty looks

More pencils, more books—and more teacher's dirty looks

Retailers have marked down summer-related goods to make room for pens, pencils and backpacks—indicating that it's time to kick-start back-to-school shopping.