EMARKETER -- In 2005, U.S. internet advertising spending will reach $12.9 billion (and $22.3B in 2009) - double 2002's $6.0 billion - according to eMarketer projections. Much of the increase is coming at the expense of other, traditional media channels. FULL REPORT @ EMARKETER
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