For all the talk of linear television’s decline, Americans still watch an average of four hours of TV programming a day and advertisers are spending $71 billion a year to reach them – no small amount. Yet a good portion of that spend is inevitably wasted, since advertisers can’t tell whether they’re reaching the right viewers.
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