Focusing on four generations and five distinct age groups, the report delivers a view of how Australians are consuming different media and entertainment and how this has changed over time.
This report explores the popular millennial audience in minute detail, uncovering the demographics, brand attitudes, and perceptions that make them unique.
This report goes through various insights on the different devices owned by consumer all over the world and include interesting findings such as the fact that there are now no online behaviors where tablet users are more likely to turn to their tablets than their mobiles. That said, tablet users are almost as likely to be watching TV on their tablet (40%) as their mobile (47%). These devices seem more suited for purposes like watching TV and browsing the web, when a mobile screen will not suffice.
In order to debunk some myth, this study proves how much young people love TV. There might be more channels, more screens, more social networks and plenty of other distractions but they still spend more time with TV than any other medium.
How much do viewers value television? Viacom’s study on media consumption, TV Matters, aimed to answer this question by taking TV away from some participants. To really explore the power of television, they asked people to live without it for 5 days – meaning no pay TV or cable packages, no free-to-air broadcast channels, no TV on demand, no TV Everywhere apps, and no DVR access.