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Digital Game Sales Account For 24 Percent Of 2010′s Total Revenue

Industry Gamers

According to the Entertainment Software Association’s numbers, digital distribution accounted for almost a quarter of all video game sales revenue in 2010. The data, courtesy of The NPD Group, shows $3.8 billion in digital revenue for the year. Read more.

Tweet This: Agencies Get 28% of Revenue From Digital

Mad Ave Better Take Note — You Are Digital, or You Are Very, Very Unimportant

Ad Age, 4/25/11

Digital services accounted for an estimated $8.5 billion (28%) of the $30.4 billion in 2010 U.S. revenue generated by the 900-plus advertising and marketing-services agencies that Ad Age analyzed for Agency Report 2011.

Digital’s share of agency revenue rose from 25.8% in 2009. In dollar terms, agencies’ digital revenue jumped 16.9% in 2010.

One point is clear: Digital has become a standard tool across every agency discipline.

To be sure, six in 10 digital dollars — or $5.1 billion — last year went to digital-specialty agencies such as Publicis Groupe’s Digitas and Sapient Corp.’s SapientNitro.

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