Interactive advertising revenue reached $234.9 million in quarter three of this year, with desktop leading the way according to IABNZ’s Revenue report.
Interactive advertising revenue reached $431.1 million over the first half of 2017 according to the IABNZ’s revamped internet advertising report. It shows desktop leading the way while mobile is slow and steady.
Nielsen has released its Media Trends of 2016 report, revealing how New Zealanders consume newspapers, magazines, TV, radio and digital. We pull out the top 12.
NZ On Air has released research carried out by Glasshouse Consulting on Kiwis’ media consumption habits, finding the most rapid change is with younger audiences and New Zealanders continue to tune in to traditional media in the largest numbers.
With a plethora of platforms in the market, New Zealand’s media climate is experiencing some seismic shifts. Here’s PwC’s latest research on the various platforms and how they are performing in the country.
Inspired by a conversation with Al Brown on the new-found optimisim surrounding Auckland, James Hurman set out to discover why people were feeling so good about the city. Then, after speaking to 50 leading Aucklanders, he compiled a report that aims to create a shared understanding of ‘New Auckland’. These are some of the main insights.