Here’s a round-up of some of today’s top interactive marketing stories. For more in-depth coverage of the interactive space, visit our sister site, MarketingVOX.
EntertainmentXpress, a company which provides kiosks at retail establishments to allow consumers to buy or rent movies, games and other entertainment media, will be getting 3-D screens for its kiosks and in-store advertising. The screens, provided by 3D Mediacast (3DMC), will be build into the DVD kiosks, and will require no special glasses to view the 3-D effects.
We’ve gathered together some of the most important (or, in some cases, just the most fun) stories from the day, putting them in a particularly easy-to-skim form for quick Friday reading:
Young Latinos - that is, those ages 16-25 - make extensive use of mobile technology for socializing, per data from the Pew Hispanic Center.
Here's a round-up of some of today's top interactive marketing stories. For more in-depth coverage of the interactive space, visit our sister site, MarketingVOX.
Cumulus reported that second-quarter revenues were up 5.7%, to $69.8 million, with broadcast revenue up 5.8% to $68.8 million.
Meredith Corporation announced that fiscal 2010 fourth quarter total revenues grew 6% from the previous year, to $365 million. Advertising revenues jumped 7% from the prior year, to $202 million, with growth from both national and local advertising.
Aegis Group has agreed to buy Mitchell Communications Group for $325 million, giving the buyer the top position in the Australian advertising market.
Fox is previewing its upcoming oil drama Lone Star via a Vanity Fair app on the iPad - the first time, Fox says, that a TV pilot has been made available on the device.
In the year of Feb. 2009 - Feb. 2010, talk radio and cable TV devoted the most time to African Americans, with 2.4% and 2.5% of their time, respectively, containing specific mention of African Americans.