By the Numbers

May 2012
Adweek;5/14/2012, Vol. 53 Issue 19, pD15
Trade Publication
The article presents charts detailing advertising spending trends, including predictions for digital and television ad spending in 2016, Internet advertising revenues by industry, and a chart of U.S. mobile advertising spending by ad network.


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