Digital advertising in Latin America remains lower than the global average, inhibited by relatively low digital penetration and the sheer power of TV within the region. However, as more people come online for the first time, brands are making digital an integral part of their media strategy to better connect and engage with consumers across all channels.Read More
Consumers' car rides are changing, whether that's due to their connected vehicles or the mobile devices they bring with them on the road. Anasofía Sánchez Juárez, director general of operations and country manager for Waze in Mexico, envisions that cars will transform from a means of transportation to a service, and sees marketers picking up on this trend by using the advancing advertising capabilities on its navigation platform.Read More
In late April, Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute approved a new rule that requires all smartphone manufacturers to enable the technology that allows the device to pick up FM radio signals.
The move came after months of pressure from the National Chamber of Radio and Television Industry (CIRT) and makes Mexico the first country in the world to enact such legislation.Read More