That’s according to new data released by MoffettNathanson Research. The company says traditional advertising has been keeping pace with digital the past few quarters. Q2 ad spending rose 2.5%, but digital is still getting most of the attention. When digital is included in the figures, total advertising was up 11.5% in the quarter. For the year MoffettNathanson predicts U.S. ad spending will be up 8.1% overall to $191.2 billion with radio taking in $17.7 Billion of that total. Read more about the MoffettNathanson study HERE at MediaPost.