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Global video market revenue: TV still dominates

This chart shows the breakdown of audiovisual revenue per region by audiovisual type. North America's audiovisual revenue is split the most diversely between linear TV, on-demand services and home video (such as DVDs). On-demand audiovisual services (such as NetfIix)seem to have only taken hold in the North American accounting for a % revenue of the market. By contrast, on-demand video has yet to take off in the Middle East and Africa, where it accounts for 0% of market share revenue.

Global video market revenue: TV still dominates . This chart shows the breakdown of audiovisual revenue per region by audiovisual type. North America's audiovisual revenue is split the most diversely between linear TV, on-demand services and home video (such as DVDs). On-demand audiovisual services (such as NetfIix)seem to have only taken hold in the North American accounting for a % revenue of the market. By contrast, on-demand video has yet to take off in the Middle East and Africa, where it accounts for 0% of market share revenue.

05/03/2014  |  Full story...

Global video market revenue: TV still dominates

This chart shows the breakdown of audiovisual market revenue per region.Total global revenue amounts to 415 billion EUR. North America accounts for The largest audiovisual market revenue with a 38.6% share (160 billion EUR).01 this revenue, mainstream linearTV accounts for 85%. The second highest revenue is in Europe with 24.3% of the global total. Interestingly, linearTV In Europe accounts for 91% of its audiovisual revenue.

Global video market revenue: TV still dominates. This chart shows the breakdown of audiovisual market revenue per region.Total global revenue amounts to 415 billion EUR. North America accounts for The largest audiovisual market revenue with a 38.6% share (160 billion EUR).01 this revenue, mainstream linearTV accounts for 85%. The second highest revenue is in Europe with 24.3% of the global total. Interestingly, linearTV In Europe accounts for 91% of its audiovisual revenue.

05/03/2014  |  Full story...

Digital trends in Germany 2014: Gutefrage and Hubert Burda see biggest growth

Google and Facebook remain the most popular sites in but local community site Gutefrage was the fastest riser, according to new research.

05/03/2014  |  Full story...

Europeans spend 18% more time using apps than Americans - report

In contrast to common perceptions, the European user base represents a huge opportunity for companies with a mobile presence, according to a new study.

21/02/2014  |  Full story...

Linking to free web content ruled ‘legal’

Websites can link to freely available online content without seeking permission from the copyright owner, according to a landmark European court ruling.

19/02/2014  |  Full story...

Global internet population by region: 2014

This chart shows internet penetration by region. North America and Western Europe have the highest internet penetration out of any region analysed with 81% and 78% of the populations being online. Both North America and Western Europe have double the amount of penetration of the world average (35%). The region that has the lowest internet penetration is South Asia which has only 12% of its population on the internet.

Global internet population by region: 2014. This chart shows internet penetration by region. North America and Western Europe have the highest internet penetration out of any region analysed with 81% and 78% of the populations being online. Both North America and Western Europe have double the amount of penetration of the world average (35%). The region that has the lowest internet penetration is South Asia which has only 12% of its population on the internet.

13/02/2014  |  Full story...

Top web brands by unique web audience: US

This chart shows the top online brands in the US by unique monthly visitors and average time spent for the month. Google received the highest amount of unique visitors for the month, but users spent a relatively low average amount of time on the site at 21 hour and 51 minutes. Facebook had the second highest amount of unique monthly visitors, but the average time spent on the site reached 6 hours and 14 minutes for the month.

Top web brands by unique web audience: US. This chart shows the top online brands in the US by unique monthly visitors and average time spent for the month. Google received the highest amount of unique visitors for the month, but users spent a relatively low average amount of time on the site at 21 hour and 51 minutes. Facebook had the second highest amount of unique monthly visitors, but the average time spent on the site reached 6 hours and 14 minutes for the month. <br />

13/02/2014  |  Full story...

Global app trends: Americas drive monetisation for developers

A global survey of application developers and publishers that provides a pulse on the app economy, results showed that developers are creating more apps than ever.

06/02/2014  |  Full story...

Google forced to give rivals more space in European search results

Google has offered further concessions to address regulatory concerns about its search technology, the European Commission said on Wednesday, effectively settling a three-year investigation and avoiding a fine of up to $5 billion.

06/02/2014  |  Full story...

Global mobile ad spend to hit $18bn in 2014- report

Global mobile advertising spending is forecast to reach $18 billion in 2014, up from the estimated $13.1 billion in 2013, according to new research.

23/01/2014  |  Full story...

Global digital trends in 2014: Africa and South Asia biggest areas for growth (infographic)

The true global scale of digital reach across the globe is hard to measure, but this new slide set from agency We Are Social attempts to create a worldwide snapshot of digital trends in 2014- showing that the North American audience still leads in most areas of web connectivity and access, while Africa lags behind.

22/01/2014  |  Full story...

Facebook shares data with Russian search giant Yandex

Facebook has struck a deal with Russian web giant Yandex, that will see its visitors served relevant real-time public posts from Facebook alongside their usual search results.

15/01/2014  |  Full story...

Yahoo admits some ads on its European sites spread malware

Yahoo has admitted that malware-spreading malicious adverts served on its websites on 3 January have affected users of its European websites using Windows PCs.

07/01/2014  |  Full story...

Apple smartphone market share down in 2013, despite 5S boost

Apple’s share of smartphone sales has grown following the September release of the iPhone 5s and 5c, but its share of most major markets remains lower than this time last year, in the face of growing competition from rivals, according to new research.

07/01/2014  |  Full story...

Eye-tracking reveals Google ‘still benefits most’ from linking to rivals in search results- report

An eye tracking study, commissioned by ICOMP (Initiative for a Competitive Online Marketplace) has revealed that Google's proposed commitments relating to the display of rival links, continue to weigh heavily in favour of Google's own services and will not help rivals to compete against the company.

13/12/2013  |  Full story...

Half of UK marketers failing to use their in-depth customer data

Despite a strong shift to digital, most marketers are still failing to use collected data for targeted campaigns, according to new research.

03/12/2013  |  Full story...

Snack brand non-loyalty across regions

This shows the consumers who are least loyal to snack brands. Over the period, Europe came out on top as the least loyal to snack brands , with 46% switching brands regularly.The Middle East and Africa stay the most loyal to their snack brands with only 32% of the region straying from their trusted brands.

Snack brand non-loyalty across regions. This shows the consumers who are least loyal to snack brands. Over the period, Europe came out on top as the least loyal to snack brands , with 46% switching brands regularly.The Middle East and Africa stay the most loyal to their snack brands with only 32% of the region straying from their trusted brands.

27/11/2013  |  Full story...

Mobile phone brand loyalty for all regions

This chart shows the percentage of people who are completely loyal to a mobile phone brand by region. The Middle East and Africa shows the most loyalty out of all regions analysed with 35%. North American and European phone owners prove to be the most fickle when it comes to choosing brands with 19% and 20% staying loyal to one brand respectively.

Mobile phone brand loyalty for all regions. This chart shows the percentage of people who are completely loyal to a mobile phone brand by region. The Middle East and Africa shows the most loyalty out of all regions analysed with 35%. North American and European phone owners prove to be the most fickle when it comes to choosing brands with 19% and 20% staying loyal to one brand respectively.

27/11/2013  |  Full story...

Online news trends: Finland leads the way in Europe

News and information sites capture a large proportion of the European online audience with 8 in 10 internet users accessing one of these sites in September 2013, according to new research from comScore.

27/11/2013  |  Full story...

Global loyalty trends: Are loyal customers worth more?

How effective are loyalty programs in getting customers to stick with your brand? This research from Nielsen looks at snack and mobile brands across the globe which regions have the most loyal customers.

19/11/2013  |  Full story...

PS4 breaks records with 1m first-day sales

Sony’s PS4 has gone on sale it the US, becoming the fastest selling console ever, breaking first day sales records ahead of rival Xbox One launch next week.

Watch this launch video from the Daily Telegraph below:

18/11/2013  |  Full story...

Facebook appoints first UK boss

Facebook has hired former MEC boss Steve Hatch as its first regional director for the social network in the UK and Ireland.

11/11/2013  |  Full story...

Twitter extends Kantar TV buzz monitoring tools to Spain

Kantar Media has extended its strategic alliance with Twitter to include Spain. It will now develop a suite of tools to support planning and analytics for the TV industry in both the UK and Spain.

04/11/2013  |  Full story...

Top 24 social networks worldwide: Facebook, YouTube and Qzone lead the way

Facebook and YouTube are the most popular social networks in the world, followed by China’s Qzone and Sina Weibo, according to a new report.

31/10/2013  |  Full story...

Profiling the social networking habits of European adults

As the online privacy debates rages, people all over the world are becoming more aware of how they are accessing the Internet, especially social networks. The latest insights from Kantar Media’s TGI Net Europa study reveal the habits, behaviours and motivations of social network users in Great Britain, Germany, France and Spain.

28/10/2013  |  Full story...

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