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SMI December 2013 Media Market Highlights

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SOURCE Standard Media Index

"SMI's total market spend indicates +14% growth year over year in December 2013 and +8% in the full 2013"

NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Standard Media Index (SMI) Ad Spend Report
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  • SMI's Digital ad revenue saw +19% YOY growth for 2013 and an impressive +34% for December over 2012.  Digital's strong growth overshadowed that of Television, which had +4% YOY growth for 2013, and +9% gains for December over last year. 
  • In the SMI pool, Cable TV stole ad revenue share from Broadcast TV for the full 2013 over last year in the following SMI product categories:
    • Alcoholic Beverages (+8% cable growth; -4.8% broadcast decline)
    • Automotive (+6.8% cable growth, -8% broadcast decline)
    • Toys & Video Games (+11.3% cable growth, -5.6% broadcast decline)
  • The SMI Product Categories that showed the most growth in Digital for the month of December were Health & Medical (+57%), Toys & Video Games (+53.4%), and Pharmaceuticals (+94%). 
    • The digital assets of the top Broadcast Networks also showed growth in these categories.  CBS.com enjoyed triple-digit growth in all three mentioned above. 
  • In Newspaper ad spend, all top 5 titles posted growth over December 2012, despite the total Newspaper market declining -12% for the month over last year.  USA Today led the Newspaper ad growth with +69% over last December.
  • Magazine ad spend grew +8% for the full 2013.  Of the top 20 Magazine titles, 17 showed positive growth for 2013, led by Time Magazine with +40% over 2012.

SMI Television Market

Broadcast TV:

  • Broadcast television revenues grew +7% for December YOY, and +1% for the full 2013 over last year.
  • Three of the top 4 major Broadcast networks showed growth for December, with NBC showing the most growth over 2012, with +9%.  NBC's growth for December was driven by triple-digit increases in ad spend in the Health & Medical and Toys & Video Games SMI Product Categories.

Cable TV:

  • Cable television posted a strong +16% growth in December over 2012, and +8% YOY growth for the full 2013. 
  • Sixteen of the top 20 Cable networks posted growth in December over 2012.  Highlights from December 2013 among the top Cable Networks include YOY growth for A&E Networks (+44%), Discovery Channel (+46%), and AMC (+44%).  All three networks showed strong growth in the Automotive, Pharmaceuticals, and Toys & Video Games SMI Product Categories for the month. 

SMI Digital Market 

  • SMI's digital ad type classification indicates that Video and Mobile drove Total Digital growth in December with +45% and +69% respectively.
  • Among the top 50 SMI Digital vendors, Rocket Fuel showed the most YOY growth for 2013, with +106.5%.  Twitter showed the second highest growth in this group, with +87.4% over 2012.

SMI Print Market

  • The Wall Street Journal, which holds 17.5% share of the SMI Newspaper market for the full 2013 year, showed +39% YOY growth over 2012.  While impressive, this growth was bested by the YOY growth of USA Today (+54%) and The Washington Post (+44%).
  • For the month of December, Time Magazine showed the most YOY growth among the top 20 titles, with +71%.  Glamour, O, and ESPN Magazine all tied with +33% growth over December of last year.

SMI Radio Market

  • Radio saw decline for December 2013 (-13% YOY), yet grew slightly in 2013 with +1% for the full year.  ESPN, Inc. drove Radio's growth, with +88% for 2013.  All other top Radio owners showed decline for both December and the full year over 2012. 

About SMI's Ad Spend Data
SMI's data enables Media Owners to track their growth and share against a sizable aggregated benchmark. SMI's proprietary methodology captures approximately 55 percent of total agency spend, offering timely, unparalleled visibility of global macro and micro market dynamics. SMI data is aggregated spend from agency groups including Vivaki, IPG Mediabrands, Aegis Media and Havas Media. 

The SMI data access enables better and faster analytics to feed strategy, negotiations and fuel growth.

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Data Source: SMI Dataminer – December 2013 (January Cube)

PRESS CONTACT: Leili-Jones, Jessee, SMI Media, Inc., jjones@standardmediaindex.com

 

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