Showing posts with label News Consumption. Show all posts
Showing posts with label News Consumption. Show all posts

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Just released: The Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2016

The 5th edition of the annual Reuters Institute Digital News Report shows inter alia
  • Social Media are often the key source of news
  • Original news brand get less noticed
  • Consumers still reluctant to pay for general news online

Studying the data presented in the report (and even more data on RISJ Website ) and seeing the changes over time, the directions in news discovery and news consumption as well as the different lines and stages of development over the years in 26 countries is really worthwhile to analyze for anyone planning and leading in the news industry.

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2016   Download  (124 pg, PDF)

Some Findings from the RISJ report

Platform for Accessing News (last week)

Source of News by Gender + Age (last week)

Starting Points for News (last week)

Engaged in some Form of News Participation (average week)

Percentage of who Paid for News (last year) -
Budget for News (year)

Traditional (Print Preference) Users vs. Mainly Digital Users

Summary Germany 

Related Links
12 Key Findings From The Digital News Report 2016

The Hourglass Is 'Nearing Empty' on the Newspaper Industry

Studie: Soziale Medien zur Nachrichtenverbreitung immer wichtiger
RISJ: Traditional news brands act as anchors, while digital-only players tend to be seen as additional sources

Video news isn’t growing as fast as you’d think, and other surprising findings from a new global survey

Monday, June 16, 2014

Reuters Institute: Digital News Report 2014

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism published its 2014 Digital News Report. Providing current figures and information on digital news consumption: Mobile & tablets, Payment, Social Media / Networks. The report is based on a YouGov survey of over 18,000 online news consumers in the UK, US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Japan, Denmark and Finland.

Digital News Report 2014: Online / Download (PDF) 96 pages

The Irish Times has a good overview about the battle of attention and the mean differences and variation by countries  [via / more]

Accessing News via TV

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

TNS-Infratest: Medien informieren heute besser als noch vor 5 Jahren

und ein knappes Fünftel der Befragten (19 %) hat im Internet mindestens schon einmal bezahlt.

Bemerkenswert, dass Zeitschriften - in dieser Befragung und über alle Kategorien - die mit Abstand schwächste Positivbilanz ausweisen.

Weitere Ergebnisse:

  • 19 % der Befragten haben schon einmal für einen Artikel / eine Ausgabe bezahlt 
  • 29 % der Befragten können sich vorstellen für Online Informationen einmal zu bezahlen 
  • 63 % der Befragten schätzen gut recherchierte Informationen und können sich vorstellen dafür zu bezahlen (Print + Online) 
  • 64 % der Befragten bevorzugen Internetangebote - ohne dafür zu bezahlen
via / mehr TNS-Infratest

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism: Digital News Report 2013

Reuters' Digital News Report 2013 provides on 112 pages a wealth of data for media and media executives to think, plan and worry about their business.

Link: Download (PDF)

Aus den Ergebnissen:

Wie Medienkategorien insgesamt performen

Die Rolle der traditionellen Medienmarken
- in Deutschland mit 71 % im hinteren Feld

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