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EMarketer Daily - France's Digital Buyers Slow to Use Mobile Payments

More than a quarter of digital buyers in France are open to making a contactless mobile payment, and 7% have already done so. But most hesitate to take the plunge.
France's Digital Buyers Slow to Use Mobile Payments

More than a quarter of digital buyers in France are open to making a contactless mobile payment, and 7% have already done so. But most hesitate to take the plunge. Read Article

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Will Smartphone Owners Line Up for Apple's iPhone 7?

In the past, smartphone owners worldwide have camped out for days to get their hands on Apple’s latest iPhone model, but the release of the iPhone 7 may not be as highly anticipated. Lack of new features is one of the main reasons why excitement has waned. Most are also likely waiting for the iPhone 8, which will be released next year on the iPhone’s 10th anniversary—and is expected to be significantly different and worth the upgrade. Read Article

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Podcast: The State of Advanced TV Advertising

Episode 8 of eMarketer’s “Behind the Numbers” podcast starts off by highlighting how digital video viewership growth for the 2016 Rio Olympics exceed expectations and then shifts to a conversation about the state of advanced TV advertising in the US with two experts: Walt Horstman of AudienceXpress and Gerard Broussard, a media consultant and eMarketer contributor. Read More & Listen

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UK Digital User Demographics: Millennials Are Smartphone Super Users, Particularly for Practical Purposes

Millennials are more likely to own a smartphone than any other age group in the UK. This comes as no surprise, given that this group grew up in an increasingly digital world and now have the disposable income to own such a device. eMarketer estimates that 96.0% of mobile phone users ages 18 to 24 and 95.5% of those ages 25 to 34 will own and use a smartphone at least monthly this year.

MRC Homes In on Viewability, Invalid Traffic Measurement
George Ivie, CEO and executive director of the Media Rating Council, talks about new changes to industry guidelines for both invalid traffic filtration and viewability.
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George Ivie
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Media Rating Council (MRC)


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