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Digital Place Based Media Revenue Growth Rate for 2013 Far Exceeds that of Overall U.S. Ad Industry

DPB: +13.0%

NEW YORK, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Digital Place Based Advertising Association (DPAA) announced today that the sector's 2013 revenue growth rate far exceeded that of the overall U.S. ad industry, as well as that of such media categories as traditional out-of-home and television.

According to Miller, Kaplan, Arase, advertising revenue for the digital place-based sector grew by 13.0% in 2013 over 2012. According to Kantar Media, the U.S. ad industry overall grew by 0.9%.

For 2014, MyersBizNet forecasts a continuation of double-digit growth with a 12.6% gain projected for digital place based media, elevating industry ad revenues to $1.07 billion. With cinema factored in, this figure rises to $1.9 billion, according to the Myers projection.

"The advertising industry is realizing the video and digital benefits that our networks bring fit firmly within today's consumer and marketing world, and media forecasters like MyersBizNet expect to see strong increases continue in 2014," said Barry Frey, president & CEO, DPAA. "In today's 'Video Everywhere' world, marketers need a presence on all screens and not just television. Digital place based media has emerged as an important element of this video media mix because of its ability to reach on-the-go consumers, often at or near point-of-purchase."

Advertising Revenue Growth

Media

2013 vs 2012

Growth (%)

Internet (display)

+ 15.7

Digital Place Based

+ 13.0

Cable TV

+ 7.3

Outdoor

+ 4.4

Consumer Magazines

+ 2.6

TV Syndication (National)

+ 0.5

National Spot Radio

- 3.3

Network TV

- 3.4

National Newspapers

- 3.6

Local Newspapers

- 3.8

Local Radio

- 4.1

Spot TV

- 8.1

Total U.S. Advertising: +0.9% 2013 vs. 2012

Sources:  Miller, Kaplan, Arase for digital place based media; Kantar Media for all other media

About DPAA

Founded in 2006, the Digital Place Based Advertising Association (DPAA) represents leading digital placed-based networks by promoting their integral role in the "video everywhere" ecosystem. On behalf of its members, DPAA fosters collaboration between agencies and digital place based networks; provides standards, best practices and industry-wide research; and promotes the effectiveness of digital place-based advertising. Digital place based media is defined as networked digital video screens containing programming and advertising, reaching consumers on their daily journeys in places where they dwell. For more information please visit www.videoeverywhere.com

Twitter: @DPAAorg
Facebook: facebook.com/DPAAorg
YouTube: youtube.com/user/dpaavision

CONTACT
Mark Braff
Braff Communications LLC
201-612-0707
[email protected]

SOURCE Digital Place Based Advertising Association (DPAA)

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