Digital Disruption Rattles The TV Ad Market
New Consumer Viewing Behaviors Force The Industry Into A New Future
April 16, 2013
Why Read This Report
Since its invention, TV has beaten back many challenges to retain its place as the king of the media plan. That won't change anytime soon, but the way advertisers plan and buy their campaigns will. This season's surprisingly low ratings have motivated even the major networks to adjust to a future of time-shifted and multiplatform viewing — one that challenges their grip on prime-time audiences. While TV networks try to defend an old business model, advertisers must increase their testing of the new targeting and planning options available for niche areas of ad inventory and prepare for a post-mass-audience world.
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Table of Contents
- TV's Keystone Role In Media Plans Is Showing Visible Cracks
- Consumers' New Viewing Behaviors Demand New Approaches
- TV's Future Is Here But Will Play Out In Episodes
WHAT IT MEANS
- The TV Ad Market Is Slowly Changing, But Be Ready For A "Black Swan"
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