This chart illustrates how much time an average American spends with electronic media every day.
This chart compares conversion rates of online shoppers across different devices.
This chart shows the highest paying companies for interns in the United States in 2014.
This chart shows how tablets shipments are expected to overtake PC shipments for the first time in 2015.
This chart illustrates that Twitter's user growth is decelerating rather quickly.
This chart shows how long Americans are using Facebook and Twitter on different platforms.
This chart shows VC funds closed and capital raised over the past 10 years.
This chart illustrates Apple's growing (and some say troublesome) dependence on the iPhone.
This chart shows the companies that received the most media coverage in 2013. Dow Jones tracks English-language print publications for mentions of the 150 public companies included in the Global Dow Index.
This chart illustrates how young Americans are apparently losing interest in facebook. Since January 2011, the number of users aged 13 to 24 has declined by more than 6 million.
This chart shows the percentage of respondents saying that “married people having an affair is morally unacceptable”.
This chart shows the football players with the most Ballon d’Or awards.
Even though online advertising takes up an increasingly large chunk of global advertising spending, it still lags behind traditional media in one key aspect: consumer trust.
The reach of Facebook and Google in the online world stretches way beyond the companies' own websites. Together, both companies account for 80 percent of social logins. Social logins enable web users to sign in on a third party website using an existing social media or email account.
This chart illustrates that online video consumption greatly varies across different age groups. Younger adults are much more likely to consume online video content then older ones.
This chart shows the 10 cities with the highest estimated spending on anti-ACA advertising in 2013.
While experts are busy arguing about when traditional TV should officially be declared dead, people continue to do what they have always done: they watch TV.
This chart shows the Pay-TV services American adults from different age groups subscribe to. While the majority of those aged 49 and older have a cable subscription, younger adults increasingly turn to Netflix, indicating that streaming services have a golden future ahead of them.
This chart compares the share of time American's spend with selected media to the respective medium's share of advertising expenditure, revealing that things may get worse for print publishers.
This chart shows worldwide coverage and the percentage increase in tobacco control policies.
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