Vincenzo Landino is an entrepreneur, speaker and host of the Brand Boost Podcast. Vincenzo is the the co-founder and Creative Director of Aftermarq, a creative studio that specializes in brand amplification, strategy and storytelling through video and live streaming. With experience as a brand correspondent, Vincenzo’s portfolio includes a 1 billion impression campaign launch for Applebee’s as well as work for Kia Motors, Paul Mitchell Schools, Homes.com, Barilla Pasta, DC United, Tinder, SAP, and Zoomph.

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Nielsen is Forgetting Age and Thinking Life Stage!

During the Millennial years, the demographic is in constant flux, given that adults in that 18-34 demo are in “rapid transition.” That’s according to Nielsen’s Q4 2015 Total Audience Report, released this morning, which delved into the media consumption habits of advertising’s most elusive, and often mystifying, demographic.

The report found millennials who have started a family spend significantly more time watching TV—an average of an hour per day more than those who don’t have children or still live with their parents.

“It’s not about age, it’s about life stage,” wrote Glenn Enoch, evp, audience insights for Nielsen, in the report. “18-34 year olds are not a monolithic group with a common set of technologies or behaviors. Their lives are in rapid transition as they join the workforce, move into their own homes and start families.”

The Total Audience Report, which is not to be confused with the Total Audience Measurement ratings that Nielsen is rolling, broke millennials into three separate life stage groups: Dependent Adults (those who are living in someone else’s home, usually a parent or parents), On Their Own (those who are living in their own home, with no children) and Starting a Family (those living in their own home, with children).

Read the entire Nielsen Total Audience Report, Here

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About Vincenzo Landino:

Vincenzo Landino is a brand correspondent, speaker, live streaming strategist and CMO of Fifty 2 Creative. He has worked with brands such as, Applebee’s, Barilla Pasta, Cinnabon, SocialFresh and more!

Big thanks to the Brand Boost Voice Over Artist, Rachel Creveling.

Rachel owns Belle Strategies, a social media marketing company specializing in turning followers into customers. She has been providing voice over talent for 6 years and has recorded for TV, Radio and Podcasts. Find her at www.bellestrategies.com.

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