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.
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 newspapers, a likely byproduct of widespread access to free […]
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. 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. Rate this post