More cord-cutting leads to lower TV viewing numbers, which leads to fewer advertisers buying ads and lower TV ad spending for years to come.
Smaller companies are gaining on the big two, slowly eroding the formidable stranglehold Google/Facebook has on digital dollars.
Sales are surging for mobile video especially, but Magna says paid services are a concern: People are increasingly willing to pay to avoid ads.
According to a Zenith advertising forecast, online video will grow by an average of 17 percent for the next 3 years.
The good news is that programmatic and addressable ad buying for TV are showing huge percentage gains. The bad news is that both are still extremely small areas.
While video advertisers currently spend more reaching non-mobile devices, that will change next year as mobile viewing continues to explode.
Google and Facebook are still the dominant players in online advertising, but Facebook’s emphasis on video will lead to significant growth, advises eMarketer.