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Digital advertising expected to top TV spending for the first time this year. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the story.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin report for the first time in five years broadcasters secure more upfront ad dollars than the prior year.
More than half of respondents say they would support removing prescription drug advertisements from TV.
Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor, talks about the launch of its paid video service where creators have the opportunity to charge for content. It's a massive opportunity and we're just getting into it, says Trainor.
There is also strong opposition to speeding up the federal drug approval process, a new poll finds.
MTV said it will return to music programming. But it will face competition from go-to digital media companies like Vevo.
Ad blocking software could cost digital publishers over $27 billion by 2020, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
Whatever the reaction to allegations that Facebook suppressed conservative news, it's unlikely to impact the company's bottom line, experts said.
Budweiser still dominates in sales, but it is losing share, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. The beer wants to call itself "America" for the summer.
The brewer is re-branding its beer as a nod to the 2016 presidential race.
Experts say the video gaming space, which reaches younger audiences with buying power, is appealing to advertisers.
ESports is poised to become a $1.3 billion global industry by 2019, and digital media wants to help brands find opportunities.
With all the talk of the massive growth of digital media, online companies are still making traditional TV deals. Here's why.
James Stewart, CNBC Contributor & The New York Times Columnist, discusses the fact that we spend an average of 50 minutes a day on Facebook and how social media is looking to grab more of our time.
E-commerce giant reported growth despite weakness in China. So why aren't investors flocking to the stock?
BEIJING, May 5- Chinese authorities will launch a campaign to clean up e-commerce- targeting trademark violations, counterfeit and poor quality products and the faking of transactions to boost a merchant's online rankings, the official People's Daily said. The campaign by the State Administration for Industry and Commerce will run from May to November, the...
Brendon Cook, CEO of oOh!media, explains how the advertiser isn't worried about the disruption occurring in media, adding that the firm is introducing new technologies to improve audience engagement.
Verizon pronounced its commitment to growing its media business through the AOL/go90s NewFront presentation.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the update on two media giants reporting quarterly results.
The Chinese search engine could face potential termination of advertising operations or get its business license taken away.