HispanicAd in association with Adam R Jacobson are proud to announce the availability of the 2023 Hispanic TV Programming Report for our readers. Enjoy
There is no shortchanging the complexity of today’s media industry, or the impact that the ever-expanding range of choice has on effective cross-media measurement. That complexity, however, doesn’t grant marketers any leeway when it comes to delivering on business objectives. In reality, we know that increased complexity simply amplifies accountability.
The 2023 Hispanic Radio Conference opened with data showing just why Hispanic radio is not to be ignored. The afternoon keynote featured the US Census Bureau’s Roberto Ramirez, Assistant Division Chief of Special Population Statistics at the Bureau’s Population Division, and Merarys Ríos-Vargas, Chief of the Population Division’s Ethnicity and Ancestry Branch.
The new report finds 76% of Latinx TV content viewers subscribe to at least one SVOD service, compared to 67% of consumers overall. When considering password-sharing and promotional bundles, over 8 in 10 Latinx have access to at least one SVOD. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Peacock, and HBO Max top the list of most popular subscription streaming services among Latinx, with over half having access to each.
Even outside car, twice the amount of listening time in the U.S. is spent with AM/FM radio compared to streaming audio
Part three of our series on the strengths of AM/FM deals with a listening environment often linked to radio: the car. Or truck, or SUV, or van - but you get the idea.
Today, in 2023, what is TV? And, from that answer, what are the implications for marketers? The Video Advertising Bureau (VAB)'s newly released report, What Is TV? A Modern Look At How Consumers Define TV, gets to the heart of those two questions, offering a comprehensive look at the TV ecosystem, as well as the impact—and opportunities—for marketers.
Can’t wait to see how NON- ENGLISH shows up at the Emmys, the Oscars, and the Upfronts… By Ana Ceppi
The 2023 Media Comparisons Study, conducted by GfK and commissioned by TVB, continues to be a key industry resource for multimedia usage and effectiveness. This study explores the many different ways individuals consume traditional, digital and streaming media, comparing reach, time spent, daily news sources, most trustworthy news sources and level of community involvement.
When considering the future of media-focused technology, it’s always important to look past the hype and assess where audiences are migrating and what kinds of inventory are available. Based on that criteria, there’s one technology that piques my interest: CTV (Connected TV), which witnessed a surge in growth throughout the pandemic when people were locked indoors with more exposure to IP-based devices.
Global Digital Out-of-Home Ad Spend Grew at Accelerated 24.9% in 2022, Driven by 36.9% Growth in the US; Poised for Faster Growth in 2023
Global digital out-of-home (DOOH) media spending, including digital place-based networks and digital billboards & signage, grew at an accelerated 24.9% in 2022, driven by a 36.9% surge in the United States, as both global and US DOOH ad spend are poised for strong growth again in 2023, according to new research from leading media economist PQ Media.
2022 HMC HISPANIC MARKET GUIDE explores Hispanic Diversity, Cultural Blind Spots, Inclusive Advertising & Media Consumption [DOWNLOAD for FREE]
The Hispanic Marketing Council (HMC) has released its 2022 Hispanic Market Guide, the most comprehensive resource on the U.S. Hispanic market. Hispanics are impacting the multicultural mainstream at a faster pace than anticipated, shifting American culture and purchase behaviors. Brands who make continuous efforts to connect with the multicultural market are seeing results that demonstrate the economic power of Hispanics.
MAGNA Media Trials, MAGNA’s proprietary research offering, and Identity, Mediabrands’ cultural consultancy arm, collaborated with SXM Media on a study, released, on multicultural audiences, including AAPI, Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino audiences. The study, titled “Challenging the ‘One & Done’ Approach,” reveals how critical it is for brands to invest in digital audio creative that culturally connects with multicultural audiences to drive growth. The study also highlights what levers brands should pull or avoid to connect with diverse audiences more authentically.
SPANISH BROADCASTING SYSTEM First-Ever Report Shows Added Value Of Investing In Hispanic-Owned and Targeted Radio [REPORT]
Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. announced the release of a comprehensive report and marketer’s guide to investing in premium, Hispanic-owned and targeted audio content. Brands that consistently advertised on Hispanic-owned and Hispanic-targeted radio stations on between 2017-2021 showed an average return on advertising spend (ROAS) that was 12% higher than brands that did not invest.
Marketers often dismiss audio advertising by noting solemnly, “We need sight, sound, and motion.” The implication: video ads generate substantially greater creative effectiveness, increased brand equity lift, and larger sales effect than an audio ad. By Pierre Bouvard
Across 13 days and 48 Group Stage matches, Spanish-language coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ has averaged a Total Audience Delivery (TAD) of 2.07 million viewers across Telemundo, Universo, Peacock and Telemundo streaming platforms, up 5% vs. the 2018 tournament (1.97 million). Telemundo is the exclusive Spanish-language media rights holder to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ in the U.S.
Majorities of teens credit social media with strengthening their friendships and providing support while also noting the emotionally charged side of these platforms
For the first time ever, the World Cup will overlap with the holiday season, creating a unique opportunity for brands to turn football fans into festive shoppers. And, as women are often key holiday season spenders, marketers can maximize the impact of both World Cup and holiday campaigns by focusing on reaching and connecting with female fan bases.
For many young people, a “traditional radio receiver” translates to an in-car radio versus a mobile device, which they probably have been carrying with them for years. Those in the older demos have a lifetime of listening and a full range of traditional radio hardware that may come to mind: radios in stereo cabinets, tabletop radios, clock radios, boomboxes, or Walkmen. It’s no wonder we see such dramatic differences by age.