Month: August 2010

Interactive to Play Bigger Role in 2010 Local Media Markets

The local media market has long been owned by local TV stations, newspapers and Yellow Pages. While the recession definitely slowed this market, the recovery, paired with marketer interest in new forms of media, means the industry is looking at big changes in 2010. BIA/Kelsey analysts value this market at $140 billion. Neal Polachek, president… Read more »

Younger Consumers Shifting Online Time Away from Blogs

Most analysts and marketers know that younger consumers have typically been bigger Internet users than older consumers. Web use by younger consumers is nearly ubiquitous (93%) while adults over age 65 now have a usage rate of 38%. The bigger news, according to a Pew Internet and American Life Project report, is that the type… Read more »