eMarketer executive editor Rimma Kats and principal analyst Andrew Lipsman explain how grocery stores will evolve, how many people could replace in-store shopping with voice commerce, a partnership between Alphabet’s drone arm Wing, FedEx and Walgreens and more.
eMarketer principal analyst Nicole Perrin discusses the EU’s recent ruling on the Google ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ case, the impact of culturally relevant ads, Kik Messenger shutting down and more.
eMarketer vice president of content studio Paul Verna discusses why YouTube changed, then quickly reversed course on, its creator verification program. He also talks about how many and much people pay for SVOD services, Sling TV's and TiVo's commitment to placing pre-roll ads on DVR recordings and more.
eMarketer forecasting analyst Eric Haggstrom, vice president of content studio Paul Verna and researcher Chuck Rawlings talk fantasy football: how has it changed engagement with sports, sports broadcasting and cord-cutting behaviors. They also discuss why NFL TV ratings are up, a new initiative to compare esports and traditional sports audiences and more.
eMarketer principal analyst Victoria Petrock explains attitudes toward facial recognition tech in the US and UK. How aware is the general population of the tech’s every day use? What are the major concerns surrounding facial recognition? Where is it being used, and how? She then talks about the most important characteristics of a chatbot, the frequency and times of day we check work and personal email and a new app that automatically cancels subscriptions at the end of the free trial period.
eMarketer principal analysts Mark Dolliver and Yory Wurmser discuss the viability of Facebook’s new Portal TV device, NBCU’s new video-streaming service Peacock, how many people around the world don’t use the internet and more.
eMarketer principal analyst Andrew Lipsman discusses what made the Apple Store so successful, which retailers are nailing the in-store experience, McDonald’s voice-activated drive-thrus, Walmart’s ecommerce initiatives and more.
eMarketer principal analysts Lauren Fisher and Nicole Perrin discuss Google’s recent study about how turning off third-party cookies affects publisher revenues: What did Google find? How valid is the research? How does it compare with previous studies? Then, they talk about an ad fraud lawsuit between Fetch and Uber, Amazon developing clean room data technology and how marketers try to target shoppers within different channels.
eMarketer principal analysts Mark Dolliver, Andrew Lipsman and Nicole Perrin discuss Apple’s new products and services, the new Google investigation, whether privacy is dead, podcast advertising and more.
eMarketer sales executive Michael Bruckenthal, midmarket account manager Brandon Galindo and vice president of content studio—and author of our recent report, “Esports 2019: eMarketer’s Forecast for US Audience, US Ad Revenue Growth”—Paul Verna discuss the burgeoning world of esports. They chat about how different stakeholders are investing in this space, who’s watching, how large are the prize pools and audiences compared with traditional sports and marketing opportunities for advertisers.
eMarketer principal analyst Andrew Lipsman discusses how stores are adapting to their customers' lifestyles, why Target saw a rush of back-to-school shoppers, how consumers feel about shopping at Best Buy and more.
eMarketer principal analysts Nicole Perrin and Andrew Lipsman discuss the viability of Peloton’s business model, the implications of unsafe products being sold on Amazon, and whether consumers really care about brand activism.
eMarketer principal analyst Nicole Perrin explains how consumers feel about ads why they feel that way: What ads do they least like? Which ones are they most receptive to? How should advertisers respond? Then, principal analyst Debra Aho Williamson talks about the US launch of Facebook’s dating service, how young people feel about ‘likes’ and the impact of the social platform’s latest data breach.
eMarketer principal analysts Nicole Perrin and Mark Dolliver join vice president of content studio Paul Verna to discuss why Uber and Lyft drivers might become employees, a landmark facial recognition ruling in the UK, whether Americans prefer ground coffee, K-Cups or whole coffee beans, and more.
eMarketer principal analysts Nicole Perrin and Andrew Lipsman discuss the wave of contentious subway ads: What's allowed? What isn't? Why have startups become obsessed with marketing on public transit? They also talk about YouTube's latest FTC fine, a new partnership between TikTok and the National Football League and more.
eMarketer principal analyst Nicole Perrin explains whether Facebook’s updated political advertising rules can sufficiently combat misinformation ahead of the next election cycle. She also discusses Fitbit’s new subscription services, a paper about radicalization on YouTube and a new Google Maps feature that lets users pair transit directions with biking and ride-sharing options.
eMarketer principal analyst Debra Aho Williamson and junior analyst Blake Droesch explain whether Americans want a social app geared toward close friends. Then, forecasting analyst Eric Haggstrom discusses whether the Disney+ bundle can lure sports viewers from cable, breaks down whether Waymo’s robot taxi improvements outweigh rider complaints and more.
eMarketer principal analysts Nicole Perrin and Mark Dolliver discuss Uber’s plans to be the go-to transport hub, four ideas on how to rein in big tech, the changing motivations for watching the NFL and which types of ads are mostly likely to influence purchasing decisions.
eMarketer principal analyst Nicole Perrin discusses Facebook’s plan to give publishers more curation control over how their articles look on the platform. She also talks about the implications of letting Yelp users personalize their homepage experience and how effective the BBC’s new voice assistant can be in a competitive digital market.
eMarketer principal analyst Nicole Perrin talks about why political advertisers are homing in on connected TV to reach young voters. She also discusses the smartphone replacement cycle, the state of out-of-home advertising and fingerprint readers in debit cards.