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Mobile Payments Set to Soar to More than $2K Annually per Consumer by 2018   15 Oct, 2014

NEW YORK – A new study says the average annual spend per mobile payment consumer was $143 last...More>>

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Pro Net Neutrality Groups Form Alliance; Lawsuits Likely   15 Oct, 2014

WASHINGTON – A group billing itself as backing a “free market” approach to an open Internet...More>>

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News Corner October 8, 2014   8 Oct, 2014

News bites from i.Predictus, TTC Marketing Solutions and more.More>>

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Report: DR Lagging in HDTV Ads   8 Oct, 2014

NEEDHAM, Mass.- A new report on high-definition (HD) television advertising says political ads use...More>>

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FCC Promotes Incentive Auction With Info Packets   8 Oct, 2014

WASHINGTON – The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) began sending info packets to...More>>

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Ad Trade Groups Starting Anti-Fraud Unit   8 Oct, 2014

WASHINGTON – Three advertising trade groups are starting a new group to fight ad fraud, malware...More>>

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Agency Execs: Programmatic TV Will Grow in 2015   8 Oct, 2014

NEW YORK – Programmatic media buying for TV will account for up to 5 percent of the market in...More>>

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TV a Key Driver for Revenue, Traffic for Internet Brands   8 Oct, 2014

NEW YORK – A new study from Cable Television Advertising Bureau (CAB) shows more Internet...More>>

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But Wait There's More! - October 2014   1 Oct, 2014

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Legal Review: On the Anniversary of the New TCPA Rules, What’s Happened?   1 Oct, 2014

This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC)...More>>





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