The World's Longest Non-Stop Flights

The World's Longest Non-Stop Flights

This chart shows the longest non-stop flights in the world.

The New York Times Passes 1 Million Digital Subscribers

The New York Times Passes 1 Million Digital Subscribers

This chart shows the number of paid digital-only subscribers of The New York Times.

The Countries That Care About Cheating The Least

The Countries That Care About Cheating The Least

This chart shows the percentage of people considering an extramarital affair morally unacceptable.

Facebook Handily Beats Competition in Terms of Engagement

Facebook Handily Beats Competition in Terms of Engagement

This chart shows how frequently users of different social networks in the United States use the respective services.

The Biggest Growth Drivers in the Tech Industry

The Biggest Growth Drivers in the Tech Industry

This chart shows the biggest expected revenue growth drivers in the tech industry over the next 24 months.

"Location Based Services" Still In Its Infancy

"Location Based Services" Still In Its Infancy

This chart shows the smartphone use of location based services.

Social Networks Provide Little Threat To Search Engines

Social Networks Provide Little Threat To Search Engines

This chart shows social media and search engine's share of online advertising.

The iPhone Is More Vital Than Ever to Apple's Success

The iPhone Is More Vital Than Ever to Apple's Success

This chart illustrates Apple's growing dependence on the iPhone.

The Tremendous Growth of Reddit Communities

The Tremendous Growth of Reddit Communities

This chart illustrates Reddit's growth over the past few years.

American Teens Are Turning Their Backs on TV

American Teens Are Turning Their Backs on TV

This chart illustrates how much time per week American teenagers spend watching TV.

Radio Trumps TV in Terms of Weekly Reach

Radio Trumps TV in Terms of Weekly Reach

This chart shows the weekly reach of media platforms in the United States.

Print Media's Relevance as a News Source Is Waning

Print Media's Relevance as a News Source Is Waning

This chart shows which news sources people from five different international markets consider the most important one to them personally.

Why do people use social media?

Why do people use social media?

This chart shows the biggest motivations behind social media use in the UK in 2015.

The Internet Is Gradually Replacing Traditional Media

The Internet Is Gradually Replacing Traditional Media

This chart shows the change in time consumers spend with selected media per day between 2010 and 2014.

B2B Marketers Choose LinkedIn Over Facebook

B2B Marketers Choose LinkedIn Over Facebook

This chart shows which social networks marketers consider the single most important to their business.

Americans Lost Hundreds of Millions to Online Scams in 2014

Americans Lost Hundreds of Millions to Online Scams in 2014

This graphic charts the financial losses suffered by victims of Internet crimes in the United States in 2014.

College Majors: The Highest Starting Wages

College Majors: The Highest Starting Wages

This chart shows median annual wages of college-educated workers by major group.

9 in 10 Americans Multitask While Watching TV

9 in 10 Americans Multitask While Watching TV

This chart illustrates which activities Americans typically engage in while watching TV.

Hispanic Media Ad Spend Outperfoms English Ad Market 20 to 1

Hispanic Media Ad Spend Outperfoms English Ad Market 20 to 1

This chart illustrates the growth of advertising spending in hispanic targeted media since 2010.

Poll Reveals Generational Gap in Media Preferences

Poll Reveals Generational Gap in Media Preferences

This chart illustrates the different media preferences of different generations in the United States.

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