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EMarketer Daily - Week In Review

Today’s children and teens have been presented with more video viewing options than any demographic before them, and in return they’ve become keen users of new digital video platforms. YouTube use is particularly common, with only a small minority not devoting any time to the platform each week, according to recent studies.

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UK Kids Tune In to YouTube
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In Spain, Winter Is Coming with the Launch of HBO España
Three Agencies Release Estimates for 2017 Ad Spending
Germany's Fashion Shoppers Reach for Their Smartphones

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Marketing in the UK: How Pairing Creative and Programmatic Can Aid Consumer Targeting
Marketers are cracking the code of making advertising creative and programmatic work together to target consumers, according to Nick Welch, UK business development director at ADmantX, a first-party data provider for programmatic advertising. eMarketer’s Sean Creamer spoke with Welch about how it is done.

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eMarketer Webinar: Holiday Shopping Retail Forecast - Watch Now

Wondering how shoppers behaved between Turkey Day and Cyber Monday and what it might mean for the rest of the holiday season? This eMarketer webinar provides a mid-holiday season retail update and post-thanksgiving recap.

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