Publishers’ digital revenue up by 3% in Q4 2022, reports AOP and Deloitte
The Digital Publishers’ Revenue Index for Q4 2022 is now live. The research from the AOP and Deloitte shows that digital revenue was up by 3% for publishers, with 75% of respondents reporting strong confidence in advertising revenue growth. Discover more findings from the research report here.
Published: 09 Mar 2023Read
AOP research reveals continuing shift away from open programmatic for UK publishers
For the AOP’s latest survey, ‘Digital Publishing: Outlook and Priorities for 2023’, we investigated the sentiment of the UK digital publishing industry and how businesses are adapting to current and future challenges. What it reveals is a surprising level of confidence, an unsurprising move away from open programmatic, and a dedication to progress beyond profit.
Published: 15 Feb 2023Read
Publishers’ digital revenue up by 2.7% in Q3 2022, reports AOP and Deloitte
The latest Digital Publishers’ Revenue Index (DPRI) from the Association of Online Publishers (AOP) and Deloitte reveals total digital revenue for Q3 2022 was £153.5 million, up by 2.7% from Q3 2021.
Published: 16 Dec 2022Read
Publishers’ digital revenue up by 12.3% in Q2 2022, reports AOP and Deloitte
The latest Digital Publishers’ Revenue Index (DPRI) from the Association of Online Publishers (AOP) and Deloitte reveals total digital revenue for Q2 2022 was £154.8million, up by 12.3% from Q2 2021.
Published: 23 Sep 2022Read
AOP and Deloitte report digital publishing revenues up by 13.4% in Q4 2021
The Digital Publishers’ Revenue Index – in association with Deloitte – has revealed continued growth in digital publishing revenue in the fourth quarter of 2021, up 13.4% from Q4 2020. B2B and B2C experienced an uptick in publishing revenues, both on a 12-month rolling basis and as year-on-year change. And with over half of respondents reporting positive revenue growth, AOP board member confidence in their own companies has increased.
Published: 17 Mar 2022Read
AOP research reveals publishers are broadly optimistic about preparations for cookie deprecation
New survey results from the Association of Online Publishers (AOP) see publishers rate their confidence levels at 6.5 out of 10, when asked how they felt about their plans for the demise of third-party cookies. Furthermore, while advertising remains a significant source of revenue for publishers and underpins the creation of quality content, new revenue streams represent a greater opportunity over the next three years, according to those surveyed.
Published: 23 Feb 2022Read
AOP and Deloitte report signals recovery as digital publishing revenues increase to £165.1 million
Digital publisher revenues for Q4 2020 were up 13.1% on Q4 2019, largely driven by a 44.0% increase in subscriptions and 16.8% growth in display advertising
Published: 26 Apr 2021Read
AOP data finds digital advertising revenues are in decline, but non-advertising revenues are increasing
AOP and Deloitte reveal that revenue from online video and subscriptions is growing, despite an overall reduction in digital publishing revenues in Q2 2019
Published: 20 Nov 2019Read