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The availability of digital place-based video has reached critical mass. Over two-thirds of teens and adults have seen a digital video display in a public venue in the past month, according to the 2010 Arbitron Digital Place-Based Video Study.*
Arbitron's Senior Media Analyst Diane Williams revealed the latest findings from the annual Digital Place-Based Video study during a webinar. She delved into some of the 18 different venue categories covered in the report with monthly and weekly national audience estimates for the medium and demographic profiles. Also covered in this year's report and webinar are new insights from this year's study on engagement and purchase intentions.
Arbitron is innovating research to follow consumers throughout their day. Download the report and learn first-hand from an industry leader in media measurement about how Digital Place-Based Video is growing and evolving.
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2009 Digital Place-Based Video Studies (previously called the Out-of-Home Digital Video Display Study)
* Research for the Digital Place-Based Video Study is pulled from the Arbitron and Edison Research Infinite Dial 2010 data.
Last updated: 5.25.10