64% of Americans rank watching TV (on any device) as one of their top-3 media activities, down from a high of 71% in 2009 and 2010 but enough to keep TV viewing as America’s favorite media activity.
Almost 29% of telecommuters most missed wearing comfortable clothes when working on-site.
11% of internet users in the US say they regularly pay for digital content such as newspapers, TV programs, film, eBooks, music and smart phone apps.
Tetran is a little rubber monster that happily holds your earbuds in its mouth.
63.3% of public radio listeners said that a main reason for listening to AM/FM radio is to stay informed about the news.
SongPop works kind of like a modern version of Name That Tune.
Free vs. Paid Content by Category [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com Entertainment-focused content such as movies, music and magazines were purchased by the greatest number of US digital media professionals. In fact, 47% of respondents paid for movies, 36% for digital magazine access and 35% for music. In contrast, just 13% paid for news and […]
Interactive Musical Urinal [PIC]Rate this post via adage.com Billboard Magazine made a bathroom trip interactive by installing seven strings and an amp inside a urinal so that people could make music with their pee. See nine more unexpected media placements at AdAge.
Tablet Use Frequency By Activity [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com Tablets are also likely contributors to online movie growth. According to comScore, almost half of US tablet owners viewed full-length movies or on-demand video or TV episodes on the tablet on at least a monthly basis. Read the rest at eMarketer.