Mobile Ads Will Surpass Print and Radio This Year

Yes, there's money to be made in mobile advertising. New York-based eMarketer predicts mobile will account for 9.8 percent of the total United States ads marketplace this year, surpassing newspapers (9.3 percent), magazines (8.4 percent) and radio (8.6 percent). Brands are spending 83 percent more on ads on phones and tablets compared to 2013, allowing the larger digital category to account for 30 percent of the advertising marketplace, per the research company. And it said the general ad market will increase 5.3 percent year over year in 2014 to $180 billion, thanks to jumps in mobile and TV advertising. Such growth marks the first time since 2004 that the U.S. advertising landscape has lifted by more than 5 percent, according to eMarketer.  Credit Facebook, Google and Twitter for racing ahead of the curve here, as all three digital powerhouses have made mobile their key drives—albeit at respectively different speeds—in the last couple of years.   Continue reading at 'AdWeek'

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This Mobile Ad Blocker Wants to Charge Brands to Show Their Ads

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In Another Swipe at Google, Facebook's Mobile Ad Network Gets Into Desktop, Offers More Video Ads

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Apple's New Ad Blockers Threaten to Remove Publishers' Mobile Ads

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The Salt Lake Tribune Ends Daily Print Edition After Nearly 150 Years

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Only 9% of Ad Buyers Have a Clear Budget for Next Year

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Missing your print edition of Ad Age? Switch to home delivery now

As many of us transition to working from home in this unprecedented situation, we recognize that you may not be receiving your print copy of Ad Age. We would like to offer you the option to redirect your copy of Ad Age to your home so you can continue to enjoy the magazine in print. To change... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Ad Age print subscription update in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Playboy Shutters Print Magazine After 66-Year Run

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The Martinez News-Gazette, which began in 1853 and once counted Mark Twain as one of its writers, bade farewell to readers on Sunday: "GOODBYE." Continue reading at The Huffington Post

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A 40-year account of the evolution of Hispanic print media

After decades of gathering Spanish-language magazines and newspapers in his office—thousands of them—Kirk Whisler started looking around for a more formal place to archive this collection.  Whisler is president of Fallbrook, Calif.-based Latino 247 Media Group, a founding member of the National... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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