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36% of Americans prefer to be able to download their books, magazines and newspapers to digital devices, up from 23% in 2007Deloitte | Accessibility Driving Demand for Content According to Deloitte’s “State of the Media Democracy” Survey
20% of executives say they prefer to get news from print sources, compared to the US average of 10% more...
Print accounts for 3% of Americans' media consumption time, down from 9% in 2009 more...
TV media brands get an average of 108 retweets per tweet, compared to 39 for internet, 36 for magazines, 34 for radio, and 20 for newspapers more...
TV media brands get an average of 694 shares per Facebook post, compared to 567 for internet, 498 for magazines, 336 for radio, and 110 for newspapers more...
Globally, more men than women trust branded advertising on websites (69% men vs. 68% women), on TV (63% men vs. 61% women), in newspapers (63% men vs. 60% women), in magazines (61% men vs. 59% women) and on the radio (57% men vs. 56% women) more...