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Twitter Goes Mobile on its Birthday Gavin Sugden, Research Director 21 March 2012 The most striking thing about the use of social media in 2012 is the normality of it for many: In the modern world people want information quickly and in an easily digestible format, and this helps to explain the growth in popularity of Twitter since its inception 6 years ago. Twitter Goes Mobile on its Birthday
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Going public on the private screen Gavin Sugden, Research Director 16 March 2012 The rise of the smartphone has coincided with the increased popularity, and normality, of social media usage. How are the two connected? Going public on the private screen
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Why we connect (part 2) Tina Mermiri, Senior Research Executive 13 June 2011 In this second blog update, Tina Mermiri, from Ipsos MediaCT, looks at who connects to the internet, and why. Why we connect (part 2)
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Why we connect Tina Mermiri, Senior Research Executive 6 June 2011 With approximately 80% of all adults in the UK accessing the internet in Q1 2011, several questions are raised regarding not only who connects, but why. Why we connect
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The nation’s app-etite for new ways of reading Dawn Barry, Director 3 June 2011 Are the British hungry for new ways of consuming newspaper and magazine content? Dawn Collis, Director at Ipsos MediaCT, analyses the latest data released by the National Readership Survey (NRS). The nation’s app-etite for new ways of reading
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Smartphones on the rise – but for how long? Quinton Lucion, Research Executive 16 May 2011 Last year saw a surge of activity surrounding the smartphone industry. That was in 2010 – has this changed at all in 2011? Smartphones on the rise – but for how long?
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Do They Know It's Christmas? DAB radio listeners do. Andy Haylett, Survey Director 12 May 2011 The 'Christmas Effect' - the number of DAB radios bought over the festive period is indicated in the first quarter of RAJAR data each year. Quarter 1 2011 is no exception, in fact there has been a larger increase this year than in the last few Christmases. Do They Know It's Christmas? DAB radio listeners do.
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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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Three in four British adults are online John Carroll, Senior Director 2 March 2011 Recently published data from the National Readership Survey (NRS Jan-Dec 2010) tell us that three quarters of the adult 15+ population of Great Britain have accessed the internet in the past 12 months. Three in four British adults are online
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Sport England: Athletics now the biggest growth sport Andy Haylett, Survey Director 24 January 2011 Now with four years worth of Survey data, it’s possible to pick out some emerging trends in the participation rates amongst the most popular sports. Sport England: Athletics now the biggest growth sport
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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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