Teens are avid social media users, but when it comes to their preferred methods of communication with friends, social networks barely register, per findings from a Common Sense Media report released in June 2012.
According to an April comScore MobiLens study, 53% of US tablet users watched mobile video or TV at least once that month, compared to only 20% of smartphone users.
Short-form news and entertainment videos trumped long-form movies or television shows as the most popular videos watched by tablet users.
According to a March 2012 Online Publishers Association study, accessing content & information was the top reason US tablet users reached for their devices.
YouTube Campaign Video Length [CHART]Rate this post via marketingcharts.com While 33% of the most-engaging YouTube campaigns run under 30 seconds, only 11% of campaigns by volume run that length, per findings from a Yesmail Interactive study [download page] released in June 2012. And although YouTube campaigns rose sharply over the 3-month study period – by […]
Frequency Of Mobile Video/TV Watching Among Smart Phone & Tablet Users [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com The report found that tablet users were taking full advantage of the larger screens offered by the devices, with 53% reporting that they had watched videos or TV programming on a tablet at least once in the past month. […]
Expected US & EU Pharma Marketing Budget Changes By Channel, 2011 [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com A 2011 study by Booz & Company and National Analysts Worldwide found that pharma executives in the US and EU put programs aimed at healthcare providers—as well as unpaid forms of internet promotion—high on their list of planned budget […]
Global Digital Journalism [INFOGRAPHIC]Rate this post via mediabistro.com
Online Sources For Political Information, By Generation [CHART]Rate this post 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 […]