The report was based on advertising spend forecasts for 100 markets worldwide for eight media channels: linear TV, online video, social media, print press, online press, podcasts, broadcast radio, and online audio. It was also based on the results of a survey conducted by GWI among more than 715,000 consumers worldwide.
Social media is expected to receive 39% of 2022 total ad spend among the channels examined but will only have a 21% share of total daily media consumption, according to the forecast. Similarly, linear TV is expected to receive 32% of ad spend but will only have a 16% share of daily media consumption.
Conversely, podcasts and online audio are expected to receive significantly less ad spend relative to daily consumption.
About the research: The report was based on advertising spend forecasts for 100 markets worldwide as well as the results of a survey conducted by GWI among more than 715,000 consumers worldwide.
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