This charts shows how American tablet and smartphone owners use their devices while watching TV.
This chart shows changes in newspaper circulation and advertising revenue between 2008 and 2012.
The chart shows the worldwide expenditure for internet and print advertising until 2015.
This chart shows Google's advertising revenue since 2004 compared to print ad revenues of U.S. newspapers and magazines.
This chart shows key metrics of social media channels as a source of e-commerce traffic. The averages are based on data from 689 million shopping sessions that took place in the United States between January and August 2012.
This chart shows the results of a survey among Americans regarding their media use. Those polled were asked which media or devices they couldn't live without.
This chart shows the top 10 Olympic athletes with the most fans/followers on Facebook and Twitter.
This chart shows the time it took selected technologies and services to reach 50 million users worldwide.
This chart shows advertising revenue growth of Facebook and Google prior to and immediately after going public.
Share of global websites who link to social networks.
This chart shows the year-over-year growth of circulation revenue of the New York Times Media Group. It shows that circulation revenue has steadily increased since the introduction of the paywall a year ago.
This chart shows the most tweeted-about matches of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
This chart shows how people plan to use their smartphones to follow the world cup.
This chart shows the average number of interactions per Facebook post for the most engaging global brands on the social network.
This chart shows the percentage of time spent viewing by source in the U.S. in March 2014.
This chart shows the most popular cities to take selfies in. According to an analysis of millions of social media posts by personalized map maker Suggestme, London is the world's selfie capital.
This chart compares the monthly data consumption of potential cord-cutters with that of average broadband subscribers in the United States.
This chart shows that Instagram has leapfrogged Facebook and Twitter as the most important social network for teens in the United States.
This chart shows the proportion of time users of social networks spent on mobile devices and desktop PCs.
This chart shows the motivation behind brands' use of Twitter as a marketing tool.
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