<div>Even newspapers ads aren't declining as fast as desktop ads</div>

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The next two years will not be kind to the now rapidly declining desktop ad industry, according to a new report from a leading prognosticator. 
Zenith, owned by French media buying firm Publicis Media, predicts that spending on smartphone ads will eclipse their desktop counterparts much sooner than anticipated — possibly as soon as next year — as people do more of their web browsing on smaller devices.
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While not much healthier in the long term, beleaguered newspapers and magazines are expected to fare better in the next two years, losing only $9.6 billion and $4.4 billion respectively compared to desktop’s projected $10.7 billion loss.  Read more…More about Business, Advertising, Zenith, Publicis, and Media

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