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Watching TV remains kids favourite activity

Watching TV remains kids favourite activity

Statistics show that watching the big screen remains the activity that children dedicate the most time to, according to the latest Kids Tech Consumer Survey report from Futuresource Consulting. This…

EC threatens ‘fake news’ rules

The EC may threaten social media companies with regulation unless they move to tackle fake news and the use of personal data before the European elections in 2019. The EU…

Facebook to try and swerve GDPR

Facebook has changed its terms of service to put 1.5 billion members outside the protection of GDPR.  The change involves users who will be regulated via its European headquarters in…

Report: Facebook ad spend grows 62% YoY

New data released by marketing technology company 4C reveals spend across the major social and mobile platforms in the first quarter of 2018 increased year-over-year (YoY), with the greatest revenue…

Formula E grows across digital platforms

Formula E grows across digital platforms

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship – the world’s first fully-electric single-seater racing series – is continuing to appeal to a new and younger audience, consolidating the number of followers…

Japan: 4G, fibre & IPTV drive telco and pay-TV market

Japan: 4G, fibre & IPTV drive telco and pay-TV market

Driven by growth in mobile data, fixed broadband and pay-TV, the total telecom and pay-TV services revenue in Japan is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.2 per cent…

Facebook cuts 3rd party data from ad targeting

Facebook is going to limit how much data it makes available to advertisers buying hyper-targeted ads on the social network. It says it will stop using data from third-party data…

Australians prefer radio for breakfast; TV after dinner

Australians prefer radio for breakfast; TV after dinner

Overall media consumption in Australia is higher after dinner compared to breakfast time with 88 per cent of Australians consuming media after dinner compared to 75 per cent at breakfast.…

WhatsApp, FB Messenger drive World Cup audience  

WhatsApp, FB Messenger drive World Cup audience   

A global survey of over 80,000 Internet users by GlobalWebIndex  reveals that Latin American digital consumers are the most likely to be watching the FIFA World Cup, where 65 per cent…

Survey: Ireland embracing streaming, Smart tech

The 2017 Ireland Communicates survey was conducted by the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) and its survey partner Ipsos MRBI. Over 1,500 Irish consumers and 500 SMEs were interviewed about…

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