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These (print) times, they are a-changing Dawn Barry, Director 25 November 2011 With the release of NRS Quarter 3 2011 data today, the Survey is reporting some changes in both the newspaper and magazine market. These (print) times, they are a-changing
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How the Business Elite use digital James Torr, Senior Director 30 August 2011 With almost a third of top executives using tablets such as iPads, the business elite remains ahead of the curve in their adoption of technology and media consumption habits. How the Business Elite use digital
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The Answer is 7,353, what is the Question? Dawn Barry, Director 26 August 2011 Ipsos MediaCT Light Bites Blog: Dawn Collis asks where the 7.5m News of the World readers will have gone when the NRS reveals its latest report in November. The Answer is 7,353, what is the Question?
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The Bigger and Older Nation John Carroll, Senior Director 3 May 2011 It has been well reported that we are getting older as a nation. Is the media industry taking heed? The Bigger and Older Nation
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MediaCT Light Bites: Radio listening reaches record high Andy Haylett, Survey Director 5 August 2010 The new RAJAR figures released on Thursday 5th August (Q2 2010) make for interesting reading. There are more people than ever listening to the radio – a massive 46.8 million of us listen to the radio during an average week, that’s 91% of the UK population aged 15 and over. MediaCT Light Bites: Radio listening reaches record high
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MediaCT Light Bites: The Slow Rise of Digital Radio John Carroll, Senior Director 5 August 2010 The latest set of RAJAR results published on 5th August 2010 (Q2 2010) shows that the current UK digital share of radio listening is 25%, meaning we are now half way towards the Government’s target of 50% set for the switchover from analogue to digital broadcasting. MediaCT Light Bites: The Slow Rise of Digital Radio
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Ipsos MediaCT "helps clients make connections in the digital age". We do this through an in-depth understanding of how consumers access media content inside and outside of the home. In addition to our monthly Bite-Sized Thought Piece publications, Light Bites provides our reactions to the latest media research industry developments.

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