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Warc News, 03 September 2015
MUMBAI: Indian TV advertising is expected to grow at twice the rate previously forecast following an unexpected surge in spending in the first half of the year.The Pitch-Madison Media Advertising Outlook 2015 had originally projected a 10% increase.

Warc Data, September, 2015

This article details global adspend in clothing and accessories, which declined by 0.


Warc News, 02 September 2015
NEW YORK: Although advertising budgets allocated to connected TV remain modest in the US, nearly half (48%) of advertisers who do use the medium plan to spend more on it next year, according to a new industry report. Based on responses from 215 clien.

Warc News, 02 September 2015
BANGKOK: Digital adspend in Thailand is expected to grow by 62% this year to 9.8bn baht, a sharp increase on an earlier forecast of 33% to 8.1bn baht, according to the latest data from the Digital Advertising Association Thailand (DAAT). Prepared in .

Warc News, 31 August 2015
LONDON: The rise of discount supermarkets and the success of own-label raises many questions for brands, not least how they can cope with what appears to be a shift in the psyche of UK consumers. Own-label accounted for 51.3% of UK grocery shopping .

Warc News, 28 August 2015
LONDON: UK consumers want their online news to be free at the point of consumption, a survey finding reinforced by data which highlights the fact that the slowest growing newsbrands are those operating paywalls. A poll of 1,055 adults for The News Hu.

World Economics, World Economics, Global Marketing Index, World Economics, July 2015
This article summarises the results of July's Global Marketing Index. It observes that TV’s share of marketing budgets is declining due to the vibrant growth of new media.

James McDonald, Warc Data, July 2015

This article presents the predicted advertising expenditure across 12 key markets for 2015 and 2016.


Warc Data, July/August 2015

This article explores global spend on sponsorship, which is forecast to rise to $57.

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