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Latest Broadcast Analysis
7th July 2015
"This is different even to the connection they have to radio, in a lot of ways because it's a subscription-based medium. Nobody accidentally subscribes to a podcast and listens to it every week. It's a very intentional thing."
3rd July 2015
Trends reshaping people's behaviour challenge news companies as advertisers follow consumers - and put their money where users spend more time.
1st July 2015
"It's not just about uniques. People worry about how many uniques you get. The engagement part is absolutely critical."
1st July 2015
The continued rise of online services will have a major impact on traditional media habits and global advertising patterns, a new study from ZenithOptimedia reveals.
24th June 2015
A new study from Ofcom, the UK Communications Regulator, reminds us just how much media habits have changed in the past decade. Does this pace of change help explain the digital pickle some media companies themselves in?
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Twitter Is About To Launch A YouTube-Like Video Platform (But You Won't Find Details About It On This Mysterious Web Page)
Business Insider3rd January 2015
MediaGuardian2nd January 2015
Ed Richards accused of being ‘demob happy’ after he said he felt vindicated by outcome of legal battles over sport channels
Brand Republic2nd January 2015
20th Century Fox is sponsoring Kiss FM UK, the Bauer Media radio station, in a six-figure deal promoting the cinema release of 'Kingsman: The Secret Service'.
MediaGuardian1st January 2015
It’s a hit with the millennial generation and predicts revenue of $1bn this year, so what can young company teach its rivals? Continue reading...
MediaGuardian30th December 2014
Sajid Javid says working in City was like ‘walking round United Nations’ on special Today programme edited by Lenny Henry