Change in media consumption among mothers in the UK 2009-2012

The graph shows change in media consumption among mothers in the United Kingdom. During the BabyCenter survey it was found that the radio use among mothers contracted by 30 percent over the three years leading to 2012.

Change in media consumption among mothers in the United Kingdom between 2009 and 2012

Growth rate
Tablet/e-reader90%
Smartphone84%
Recorded TV59%
Internet from laptop/PC45%
Video online25%
Stream content to TV19%
Radio-30%
Newspaper-39%
Magazines-42%
Live TV-48%
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Source

Release date

June 2012

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2012

Number of respondents

n = 664

Special properties

pregnant women or mothers with children up to 7-years-old; device owners

Supplementary notes

* The question posed by the source was: "Compared with three years ago, which of these are you using more or less?"
The source does not provide a more exact date of survey.

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