Almost 1 in 5 AM/FM radio listeners report spending more time listening to the radio this year than last, close to twice the proportion of listeners who are tuning in less.
Since 2013, the number of people in the US who say they get their news from social media has doubled—46 percent now use social media for news.
By 2020, two-thirds of all online activity is expected to take place on mobile devices.
Social networking accounts for almost 1 in every 5 minutes spent online, according to a recent study from comScore.
US mothers are checking Facebook more times each day than they did in prior years.
Even in a category as robust as digital video, though, growth has slowed and is expected to slow even more.
Thanks to media multitasking, US adults will squeeze an average of 12 hours, 5 minutes per day of media usage into their waking hours this year—nearly an hour more than the average in 2011.
Fox News viewers scored the lowest of over 30 popular news sources (though Fox viewers did at least score better than those saying they didn’t follow the news).
This year, Americans will spend more than half of their social networking time on Facebook.
With 93% of US adults listening to radio on a weekly basis, radio is the leading reach platform.