In 2013, time spent with digital media among US adults surpassed time spent with TV for the first time—with mobile driving the shift.
Male journalists make up 63% of bylines in print, Internet and wire news media, according to a recent report from the Women’s Media Center.
Online time will reach 1 hour and 52 minutes this year, a mere 4 minutes more than 2013.
The average UK adult will spend more than 8.5 hours each day consuming media in 2014.
Meredith was the best media company partner for advertising companies last year, toppling the 2012 winner, Google.
The most common digital activity among US physicians in the survey was accessing the internet, at 97%.
3 in 4 B2B media users say they use both digital and traditional media industry sources to learn tips and best practices and to gain valuable information they can use in their work.
This year, for the first time, consumption of non-voice activities on mobile devices will exceed time spent online on desktop and laptop computers.
US adults will spend 43.6% of their overall media time with digital this year, including 19.4% on mobile—compared to 19.2% on laptops and PCs.
The average adult will spend over 5 hours per day online, on nonvoice mobile activities or with other digital media this year.