Friday, July 18, 2014

Top global IPTV markets, 2008 to 2016

The global household penetration of IPTV is just 3.9 percent in 2012, and is projected to almost double to 7.3 percent by 2016. Other countries with the largest IPTV households after China include the United States, 9.3 million; France, 8.7 million; and Japan, 3.6 million.


The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.

Share of global adspend, by medium, 2012 and 2015


The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Top 25 U.S. newspapers daily digital editions


The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.

Most read online newspapers worldwide


The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Top U.S. smartphone purchase considerations


The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.

Top 10 most visited websites in the Middle East and Africa, October 2012

The Middle East is an example of phenomenal growth in Internet, and in particular, social media growth. Still, many of the same sites that are most popular in the developed
world are also the most popular in the Middle East, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo! and Wikipedia.

The most visited websites in the Middle East and Africa are the big international brands such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft sites, Yahoo!, Wikipedia and Apple, followed by Vevo, Ask.com, Amazon and Twitter, according to comScore in October 2012. Internet adoption in Africa and the Middle East is behind the rest of the world’s. However, the pace of growth is phenomenal.

Internet growth in Morocco grew more than 16,000 percent, Egypt grew 6,500 percent and the Middle East grew more than 2,600 percent. In Africa, Internet penetration is just 15.6 percent, compared to 37.7 percent in the rest of the world, according to Internet World Stats. Nigeria (48.4 percent), Egypt (29.8 percent), Morocco (16.5 percent), Kenya (12 percent) and South Africa (8.5 percent) are the most highly penetrated Internet countries in Africa.

The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.

Growth of apps development by North American publishers

App development is surging at North American magazine and newspaper publishers, according to a survey by Alliance for Audited Media in 2012. While only 61 percent and 54 percent of publishers were developing apps for iPhone and iPad in 2011, 85percent and 87 percent, respectively, did so in 2012. While only 24 percent of publishers developed apps for Kindle and Blackberry in 2011, 67 percent and 54 percent had developed apps, respectively, in 2012.


The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.

Mobile as a percent of circulation revenues in North America

While mobile revenues only represent between 1 percent and 9 percent of circulation revenues for more than half of North American newspapers and magazines surveyed in October 2012, 27 percent of the publishers project that mobile circulation revenues will be between 10 percent and 19 percent of circulation revenues by the end of 2014, according to the Alliance for Audited Media. Six percent of those surveyed said they believe 20 to 24 percent of their circulation revenues will be digital, and 8 percent think 25 percent or more will be by the end of 2014. Four percent think their mobile circulation will be zero by the end of next year.


The data set is a part of a collection of 500 revenue and usership trends in mobile, social, Internet, tablet, video and other digital categories, published in the 200-page Global Digital Media Trendbook 2013. GDMT, in its eight year, is to be published by World Newsmedia Network, a not-for-profit media research company, in September 2013. To subscribe to the PDF report and/or the tablet edition, go to www.wnmn.org, or contact mstone@wnmn.org.