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1 in 4 over 65s use social media

1 in 4 over 65s use social media

One in four over-65s are now using social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Affectionately dubbed ‘the Instagrans’, the number of over 65s who say they are active on…

1 in 10 Brits stressed by slow Internet

1 in 10 Brits stressed by slow Internet

Research has revealed that one in ten UK adults – the equivalent of 4 million Britons – are experiencing stress and anxiety as a result of poor Internet connections. Consequently,…

Brits: More time spent on media and comms than sleep

Fifteen million UK Internet users have undertaken a ‘digital detox’ in a bid to strike a healthier balance between technology and life beyond the screen, according to major new Ofcom…

Half of Brits will use red button for Olympics

With the Olympics due to start on August 5th, research commissioned by media technology leader Snell Advanced Media (SAM) has explored how the British public will watch the Games this…

Enhanced capabilities drive TV advertising efficiency

According to the Q2 2016 US Video At-A-Glance report from Videology, a software provider for converged TV and video advertising, the growth in programmatic TV capabilities is driving more marketers…

Ofcom plans to ease multi-play switching

Customers of landline, broadband and pay-TV services would be able to switch from one network to another with greater ease and confidence, under proposals from UK comms regulator Ofcom. According…

1 in 3 Americans to follow Election on Twitter

With both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions slated to take place in July, Americans have more ways than ever to follow coverage of this critical moment in the 2016…

Survey: TV viewers don’t skip ads

Eighty-eight per cent of viewers across the UK do watch the adverts on live TV, according to research conducted by Censuswide. The survey, commissioned by live ad insertion specialist Yospace,…

NZ: Growing gap between young and old audiences

NZ: Growing gap between young and old audiences

Research commissioned by NZ On Air shows New Zealanders’ media consumption habits are changing rapidly as the media environment and technology changes. And the most rapid change is with younger…

Report: 58bn streaming piracy visits in 2015

Findings from content protection, data-analytics and piracy audience reconnection solutions provider MUSO reveal that nearly three-quarters of all visits to film and TV specific piracy sites in 2015 used web…