MUMBAI: Not only do India's cinema audiences tend to be young and affluent – an attractive demographic for brands – they are also more likely to pay attention to ads in this medium than on television, a new study says.
DELHI: After a lacklustre couple of years for Indian cinema, a brace of blockbuster movies is helping to boost the industry's fortunes, at the same time a forecast growth of 15% in cinema advertising revenues hints at the new opportunities for ...
LOS ANGELES: Disney has become the first studio to pass the $7bn mark for global box office receipts thanks to the success of its brands including Lucasfilm, the makers of the Star Wars franchise, and Marvel, the producer of superhero stories.
Franck Sarrazit and Gerardo Fuksman, TNS, In Focus, June 2013
This article looks at how marketers can create or change consumer habits. It explains, from a psychological perspective, what habits are and how they are triggered and uses the study of eating popcorn in cinemas to demonstrate the importance of context.
The cinema offers a good opportunity to reach a younger audience across the globe. The “cinema experience”, with its shared nature, tends to lead to greater attention being paid to advertising, making it more memorable, so cinema ads can boost the impact of a TV campaign.