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NEW YORK: Well over half of US TV households now own at least one internet-enabled device capable of streaming content to a TV set, a development which is reducing the amount of time spent with live TV, new research suggests.

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Antarctica, the beer brand, increased brand preference scores in Brazil with a two-season webseries addressing current and engaging topics through relatable characters.

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The Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics division at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, US, used search and display video ads to increase the number of self-referring teenage patients.

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Fast food chain McDonald's revitalised its yearly Monopoly contest in the UK market.

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Looks at how women's roles in society have changed and continue to evolve, meaning brands have had to adopt how they engage this audience, by promoting female empowerment, removing gender bias and ensuring women are part of the client and agency teams.

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OMO, the laundry detergent brand, used a provocative campaign about the importance of outdoor play for children to increase sales in the Middle East.

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Telecom operator du ran a campaign in the UAE to raise awareness about oversharing personal information on social media.

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UK broadcaster Channel 4 covered and promoted the 2016 Rio Paralympics through an inspirational campaign.

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LONDON: TV advertising generates the highest return on investment (ROI) of any media over both the short-term and long-term, according to independent analysis carried out for Thinkbox, the marketing body for commercial TV in the UK.

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Extra Gum accelerated its growth in the US by building emotional equity through a short film.

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The launch of KA+, a value car model by Ford, had to be strategically planned to target the challenging and savvy buyers of value cars in the top five European markets.

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Artificial Intelligence is on the rise: Google and Amazon supply it, companies like Ocado are using it, but what does it do? With applications across indexing, natural language, and advanced analysis, AI will be a fundamental technology, but not always in the way you might think.

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The use of sign language in TV advertising has generally been a rare one-off related to a particular campaign.

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Equity Modeling is an extension of standard econometric modeling, designed to assess the impact of measures of brand equity on long-term brand performance.

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Weight Watchers, the weight-loss brand, has enjoyed success by mixing celebrity star power with the stories of consumers that have achieved inspiring results when using its service.

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Channel 4, the UK broadcaster, used a fake product recall to raise awareness and viewership of the second series of TV show 'Humans'.

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Lager Coors Light increased its market share in Ireland through an engaging OOH campaign.

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Always, the feminine hygiene brand, increased brand equity in Israel by helping teen girls stand up to social shaming.

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NEW YORK: ESPN, the sports network, is tapping in-depth research about out-of-home viewing to holistically serve its audience, and in a bid to unlock valuable knowledge for advertisers.

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This report examines current and future trends in the global video industry, including the evolution of linear television and online video services, and the implications for advertisers.

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NEW YORK: Co-viewing is as popular with people watching OTT programming as it is with linear TV and more than half engaged in this activity frequently discuss brands and products they see on screen, new research has established.

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ESPN, the sports broadcaster, has made significant progress in measuring the out-of-home viewing audience for its content.

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NEW YORK: Sex exerts the strongest effect on consumer attitudes among seven different appeals commonly used in advertising, according to a study published in the Journal of Advertising Research (JAR).

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SYDNEY: In focusing on the television versus online debate, marketers are in danger of neglecting less glamorous media choices that consumers find genuinely useful in making purchase decisions, new research suggests.

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Traditional brand channels are no longer the primary sources of brand meaning and, with the proliferation of social media, consumers now have greater exposure to images of brands produced by other consumers.