Batanga Media is allocating more resources to its content offerings, particularly to expand its Portuguese brands to the rest of Latin America, primarily Mexico and Argentina. Batanga Media is also spinning off its Performance Advertising Business into a new unit called Groovit Digital.
Social media engagement in Latin America for the month of July 2014 showed 127 percent year over year increase in engagement across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, with 455.3 million total actions, according to a Shareablee’s analysis.
Mexican brands once again hold the greatest proportion of the top 50 Most Valuable Latin American Brands 2014 ranking, carried out by Millward Brown Vermeer and commissioned by WPP.
Over the past year, we have witnessed a tremendous growth in the digital world. Social networks audiences have increased significantly…
“Broadcasting is being questioned” said Alejandro Fishman, president of IAB Argentina and CEO of Yahoo! Argentina, in IAB Now opening speech. IAB Now, which each year gathers hundreds of marketing, advertising and media executives, was yesterday held in Buenos Aires.
The Social Networking Market in Latin America has been experiencing a phenomenal growth, reaching a total of 85,934 minutes per users per month on such sites. Of this result, Brazil reachs the top position as the Latin American country with the highest number of minutes spent on social networks (49,682 minutes and 55,240 page views).
n the last year, there have been significant developments in the digital landscape and Social Network audiences. Both mobility and connectivity have shown greater growth, especially in Latin America, where internet users spend at least 8, 67 hours per month, according to a research carried out by comScore Inc., making it the region with greatest engagement in social networks. Below, some highlights from the report:
Rubicon Project,which operates one of the industry’s largest independent real-time trading platforms for the buying and selling of advertising, is expanding its activity in Latin America with the appointment of Patrizio Zanatta as its first Managing Director for the region.
WSJ. Magazine, The Wall Street Journal’s luxury lifestyle publication, is launching WSJ. Magazine Brasil, printed in Portuguese, and WSJ. Magazine América Latina, printed in Spanish in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Panama.
NYLON Media Inc. will publish Spanish language print and digital editions of its flagship NYLON Magazine and NYLON Guys Magazine to expand throughout the Americas.
Of the US $31bn of additional advertising spend expected in 2014, almost 60% (US $10bn) will come from North America and Emerging Asia (US $8.5bn),according to Magna Global, IPG mediabrands´ global media strategy unit.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup has already started. Soccer apps accounted for 59 per cent of impressions from sports applications according to Millenial Media . Android devices account for 73 per cent of impressions in Brazil, while 19 per cent are from iOS devices.
IPG Mediabrands has announced the launch of Rally in Latin America, the largest social media agency in the region.
Our editor Carolina Ré presents our first Pulso BA column on the pulse of the marketing and media industry in Buenos Aires. In this first installment, we discuss the hot-button topic of programmatic buying. So hot, that it is burning hands in Latin America. Should we let it go or grasp it firmly in our hands?
What: Forbes is expanding its presence in the Latin American market with new monthly editions in the Dominican Republic and six…
Global trends for 2014 agreed that the rise of mobile devices in communication strategies, advertising, marketing and media, and the expected numbers, it seems to have come up short according to several studies on the mobile market in Latin America, display here.
What: Cisneros Interactive’s RedMas will exclusively sell advertising into Demand Media’s eHow en español in 17 Latin American countries. Both…
FremantleMedia International has achieved significant sales across Latin America driven primarily by rapidly expanding US pay TV operators and Latin America’s appetite for high-profile TV formats.
With only a few months to go before the start of the 2014 soccer world cup in Brazil, there is already a clear winner: the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), which will rake in at least $4 billion (3 billion euros) in sponsorships and television rights for the sporting event.