Although Asian Americans are the fastest-growing population in America, they have a low share of screen across all television programming. The industry can do more to bring authentic stories and depictions to our living rooms.
As Black audiences look to invest their time and money on content, the diversity of content that platforms offer could be the deciding factor for consumers weighing which services to keep after a trial period.
Brands and media companies may benefit in understanding how to meet the demand as Black families are accessing more content than ever and leaning into programming where they can feel seen.
When planning and optimizing, brands need to re-focus their efforts on people—the north star for any marketing message, advertisement or campaign.
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to constrain budgets, there is no room for waste or inefficiency. So marketers urgently need to measure real outcomes to maximize ROI.
Branded crossover events, virtual concerts and celebrity influencer participations all fueled a video game groundswell that shows no signs of receding—even as the COVID-19 vaccine promises to allow people to once again be with each other IRL.
Given the scope of change this year, the adjustments that brands and retailers need to make are widespread, spanning everything from communication methods to marketing messaging to varied product assortment—even the best times to communicate with consumers.
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This is Nielsen’s first report on the state of inclusion and representation in television programming in the U.S.
Join CPG and Retail industry experts from Nielsen, Quotient and our guest Forrester Research for a lively and insightful on-demand discussion on how consumer behaviors are shifting and what it takes to build marketing strategies resilient to change.