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  • Report The Products That Lose When Tablets Win

    Cannibalization Will Accelerate With The Next Wave Of Tablet Buyers
    June 16, 2011 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Product strategists regard tablets with an anxious eye, pondering the extent to which tablets will cannibalize products like newspapers, magazines, laptops, netbooks, and TVs. Forrester's data...

  • Report What, If Anything, Can You Do About Digital Holdouts Among Media Fans?

    April 7, 2010 | Sonal Gandhi

    Not all ardent fans of traditional media also enjoy it digitally. The reasons for and the extent of digital non-adoption varies by the type of media. While a passive approach to these fans' digital...

  • Report Technographics® Survey Highlights: North American Physical And Digital Media Consumer Habits

    October 21, 2009 | Corina Matiesanu

    This survey highlights deck summarizes the key findings related to physical and digital media and online advertising from Forrester's North American Technographics Media And Advertising Online...

  • Report What The Media Meltdown Means For Marketing

    July 21, 2009 | David Card

    The recession has accelerated systemic changes in the media landscape: Audiences are fragmenting, taking more control, and seeking inexpensive — or free — alternatives. Combined, print and...

  • Report The Recession's Impact On US Media Consumers

    July 8, 2009 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Eighteen months into the US recession, consumers are feeling the pain. They're cutting back on certain forms of media and entertainment, such as buying music CDs, DVDs, and magazines from a store...

  • Report Segmenting Consumers By Technology Preference

    Updated Data Profiles Of Forrester's Technographics Segments
    April 20, 2009 | Jacqueline Anderson

    When budgets tighten, researchers need to get creative. One cost-effective way to gain valuable consumer insights without bursting the research budget is to use a syndicated segmentation scheme....

  • Report Six Ways Online Publishers Can Boost CPMs

    March 19, 2009 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    With supply decidedly in advertisers' favor, online publishers struggle to charge rates that are high enough to support their content production and technology infrastructure costs. But this...

  • Report What Consumers Want From Magazine Web Sites

    January 21, 2009 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    Despite editors' best efforts, most magazine consumers don't see magazine Web sites as compelling content destinations. Consumers who do engage with magazines across channels are seeking content...

  • Report US B2C Online Paid Content: Five-Year Forecast

    Experiential Games Have Currency, But TV And News Want To Be Free
    December 3, 2008 | Mark Best, Sarah Rotman Epps

    Since Forrester last published its online paid content forecast in 2006, the world has radically changed. The definition of "online" has expanded. Once defined narrowly as the PC browser-accessed...

  • Report Print Magazine And Newspaper Subscribers Plan Cutbacks In The Year Ahead

    Consumer Publications Will Suffer More Than Business Publications
    December 2, 2008 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    The economic downturn is causing consumers to cut back even on small expenditures like print magazine and newspaper subscriptions. Forrester's data suggests that magazines will feel the pain more...

  • Report Benchmark 2008: The Net Challenges Traditional Media For Young Eyeballs

    North American Consumer Technographics
    July 25, 2008 | James McQuivey, PhD

    The total time spent consuming media does not vary significantly across generations, but with younger adults spending more and more of that time online, it's clear that entertainment consumption is...

  • Report The Fragmentation Of Yesterday's Newspaper

    Audiences Go Elsewhere For Content That Newspapers Once "Owned"
    June 13, 2008 | Sarah Rotman Epps

    The newspaper industry faces formidable challenges: In 2007, publicly traded US newspaper companies collectively lost $11 billion, or 26% of their value. Print circulation for paid newspapers in...

  • Report Building Gen Y's Multichannel Media Profile

    A Multichannel Profile Arms Marketers With Facts To Guide Channel Investments
    May 23, 2008 | Ted Schadler

    This report is a graphical summary and data-driven analysis of how US Gen Y consumers (ages 18 to 27) use media and advertising in the television, print, and online channels. We chart Gen Yers...

  • Report How Media Brand Users Participate In Social Technologies

    January 9, 2008 | Charlene Li

    Nearly half of US online adults are social media users, those who participate in at least one online social activity at least monthly or more. Increasingly, Social Computing isn't only for the...

  • Report Media Consumption Across The Generations, 2007

    January 8, 2008 | James McQuivey, PhD

    Seniors watch the most TV, and read the most print media. How does media and Internet time vary across the generations?

  • Report Technographics Multicountry Analysis: Media Trust In Metropolitan China And The Rest Of Asia

    November 15, 2007 | Dia Ganguly

    This data chart compares content trust in newspapers, in magazines, on the radio, in direct mail and on the Internet for consumers China, India, Korea, Japan, Australia, and the US. The chart takes...

  • Report The Impact Of The Internet On The Consumption Of Traditional Media

    September 26, 2007 | Reineke Reitsma

    The Internet continues to have an impact on traditional media channels: 56% of online Europeans report that their use of offline media such as Radio, TV and Newspapers has decreased since getting...

  • Report Benchmark 2007: Media

    Online Media Use Is Growing But Still Lags TV
    September 20, 2007 | James McQuivey, PhD

    The average adult watches TV 12.4 hours per week, nearly twice the time that they report spending on any other medium. Despite their busy lives, Early Adopters spend 2 more hours per week with the...

  • Report Will Local Search Be Googled?

    March 13, 2007 | Charlene Li

    Google might dominate Internet search from both the consumer and advertising perspectives, but it's far from being leader in the highly fragmented local search market, in which different players...

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