YuMe says study shows brands missing out on riding online video wave

Ad tech firm YuMe Wednesday released a study from Frank N. Magid Associates that showed more people are watching online video and finding it more compelling than traditional TV. It's a trend, YuMe said, that brand advertisers should pay attention to since even a small reallocation of TV advertising budgets to include an online spend is likely to pay big dividends. Article

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