Millennials and Gen-Z Are Watching Less TV Than Before. How Can Luxury Brands Make The Most of It?
Louise-Anne Fort | May 30, 2022
Interest in TV and film from younger audiences like millennials and Gen-Z is waning but the big and small screen still represents an opportunity for luxury brands to tap into, says Louise-Anne Fort, DLG Performance Marketing Executive.
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