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Mobile will be particularly important for those looking to check in on Olympic event results, which is what Nielsen found to be the top mobile internet activity planned by US and UK users in 2008.Read More
Research from Deloitte indicates that between 15% and 26% of internet users in France, Germany, the UK and US will watch at least some of the games on a PC or tablet—and in Germany, nearly half will watch via the mobile web.Read More
via emarketer.com According to the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, 39% of Twitter users said most of the news they got on Twitter in January 2012 was not material they would have read elsewhere. On Facebook, the corresponding percentage was a bit lower at 34%. This means that, by eMarketer’s estimates of…Read More
via marketingcharts.com Most media show higher levels of reach among affluent than lower-income households, finds TVB in survey results released in June 2012. This pattern is, somewhat predictably, most apparent for digital and mobile channels, but also holds true for traditional media such as TV, which has the largest reach. For example, TV’s reach increases…Read More
via emarketer.com Overall, news websites were the most commonly tapped resource for those looking for political information online; 47.7% of likely voters used them. But news sites were especially important among those ages 55 or older, with 53% of respondents from this group relying on them. Voters ages 18 to 34, no surprise, were significantly…Read More
via emarketer.com A May 2012 report authored by the IAB and Ipsos MediaCT, which drew on data from three surveys of US consumers, found that internet-enabled devices were not displacing other media-related activities, but adding to them. According to the Ipsos MediaCT LMX survey, the average amount of time that respondents spent engaging with media…Read More
via marketingcharts.com The vast majority of European internet users are watching TV, reading newspapers, and listening to the radio online, finds IAB Europe in a study released in May 2012. Breaking down the data by age group, the report finds that European internet users aged 16-24 are the most likely to watch TV (83%) and…Read More