This chart shows a forecast of digital media usage in the United States in 2013.
This chart shows the degree to which the pre-election coverage/discussion of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in traditional and social media has been positive or negative.
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 the results of a survey among U.S. tablet owners regarding changes in their media and device use since they own a tablet.
This chart shows the most popular social media apps among U.S. millennials in June 2014.
This chart shows how Americans' use of screen media has changed between the first quarter of 2013 and the first quarter of 2014.
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 shows worldwide coverage and the percentage increase in tobacco control policies.
We all interact with different kinds of media all day every day. But for most of us, it hasn't always been this way. Today's children grow up with an endless array of devices surrounding them and this chart illustrates how our youngest interact with media.
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.
This chart shows the percentage of traffic on American news websites that comes from social media sites.
This chart shows the percentage of Americans very/fairly closely following the story of the royal birth by age
The chart shows the year-over-year audience growth of U.S. news media in 2011 and 2012.
This chart shows the cumulative distribution of broadband traffic per user in the U.S. in April 2012, by broadband technology.
This chart shows the percentage of people in selected countries stating that they are "constantly looking at screens these days".
This chart shows the reach of social networks among Americans aged 18 to 29 years.
This chart illustrates how many people use social networks to get news.
This chart shows the results of a Socialbakers survey among 500+ marketers regarding their company’s adoption of social networks as advertising platforms.
This chart shows how long Americans are using Facebook and Twitter on different platforms.
Facebook is no longer the most popular social network among American teens. According to Piper Jaffray's biannual survey among thousands of American teens, the world's largest social network has been replaced by Twitter as U.S. teenagers' favorite social platform.
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