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BizReport | Blogs & Content archives June 27, 2014

Digital news consumption in the UK overtakes printed newspapers

Ofcom's annual news consumption study reveals that the number of people in the UK heading online to keep abreast of news and current affairs is now greater than those reading print newspapers. ... >>

BizReport | Email Marketing June 09, 2014

Email newsletters top news source for business executives

The world's smartest and busiest business leaders consume and share news every day and, according to a new study from Quartz Insights, the first channel they turn to is email newsletters.... >>

BizReport | Internet April 18, 2011

81% Canadians oppose paying for online news

A survey for the Canadian Media Research Consortium makes interesting reading for news corporations in Canada that might be considering erecting paywalls around their content.... >>

BizReport | Internet March 15, 2011

Pew: Half of U.S. adults access local news via mobile

The latest report from The Pew Internet & American Life Project confirms what many already knew - many Americans enjoy accessing local news and information on their mobile devices, but very few are prepared to pay for it. ... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives October 26, 2010

Times paywall: Readership plummets, engagement rises

Has the introduction of a paywall at one of Britain's leading newspapers caused it to disappear into a "vault of darkness", as predicted by editor of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger? No, but it has lost a huge chunk of traffic,... >>

BizReport | Internet October 22, 2010

European business execs supplementing traditional news channels with digital

More and more business executives in Europe are getting news via online resources but, according to a recent Ipsos MediaCT survey, the vast majority still refer to newspapers and television for their daily fix.... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives September 14, 2010

Pew: Americans' appetite for news increases

Once upon a time it was feared that digital media might oust traditional news outlets. However, new research by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press found that people's appetite for news has increased and traditional outlets... >>