How are audiences consuming media in 2019?

How are audiences consuming media in 2019?

As the platforms we can use to consume media increase, the competition for our attention increases. The latest Touchpoints research provides insight into current media consumption patterns and how they are changing. Access all hours We spend 8 hours and 8 minute per day consuming media, this is less than a 1% increase from 2018. 94% of adults consume two or more media platforms in the same half hour each week. Peak times for media consumption Peak times for reading news brands are still in the morning and around lunchtime. Digital media content is accessed throughout the day and we are exposed to out of home as we travel around. Peak times for watching television/video and cinema are still in the evening. Media consumption by weekly reach and hours OOH is the second largest medium with a weekly reach of 100% and 3 hours and 1 minute per day of exposure. Radio/audio takes third place with a weekly reach of 91% and average daily hours of 2 hours and 23 minutes. Year on year, radio/audio has maintained its reach but increased average daily hours from 2 hours 18 minutes in 2018 to 2 hours 23 minutes in 2019, an increase of 4%. Listening to online streaming services e.g. Spotify, Apple Music etc. has shown significant growth in 2019 with adult weekly reach now standing at 33% (28% in 2018). 15 – 34s reach is now 57% (up from 51% in 2018). Social networking/messaging is now the fourth largest medium for adults with 80% weekly reach (down from 87% in 2018) and average hours a day of 2 hours and...
How are people using media in 2018?

How are people using media in 2018?

Attest’s media consumption report 2018 is a survey of 1,000 people taken in July 2018 to compile a report on the habits of UK consumers. What’s their verdict on some of the biggest platforms? Television  86.8% of Brits report watching more than one hour of television every day, a rise from 82% in 2017. When it comes to streamed and on-demand television, use has risen dramatically since 2017. Women tend to watch more streamed television than men, with 75.7% of female respondents tuning in for at least one hour per day, versus 64.1% of men. Londoners are more likely to tune into Netflix, Amazon Prime or similar for 1-2 hours every day (47.7%) The ITV Hub app ranked as the second most downloaded iPhone app of May 2018. Music Streaming The most popular paid-for music streaming service is Spotify (35.1%). However, Apple Music (27%), Youtube (25.3%) and Amazon Music (19.7%) are close behind. News Media Younger generations seem to be more interested in newspapers than older generations, with 37.7% of those aged over 40 admitting they do not read a printed newspaper on a regular basis, compared to just 23.2% of under 40s. Magazines Digital Media Digital advertising grew at its fastest rate for nine years in 2016. But how are consumers using social media? Source: Attest Media Consumption If you want to make sure you’re using your marketing budget to its full potential, then give our team a call on 02921 320 200 or email at...