Edison Research has made available this year’s edition of The Current State of Podcasting, a study of American podcast consumers’ attitudes and behaviors. The 2010 report is Edison’s fifth annual study and was unveiled earlier this fall at Blogworld in Las Vegas, and combined information from the Edison Research/Arbitron Internet & Multimedia series, along with [...]
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From the Association for Downloadable Media: “Please join the ADM as we present the results of our recently concluded Podcast Consumer Attitudes study. Together with Edison Research we surveyed nearly 5,000 regular consumers of audio and/or video podcasts and we will be sharing those results in a public webinar. This free webinar is scheduled for [...]
Podcast advertising revenue is growing, but not as fast as the podcast audience, according to the latest research from ZenithOptimedia.
By 2011, podcast ad spending is expected to grow to $43 million — but that amount comes to less than 0.2% of projected revenue for the total online advertising space.
Will podcast advertising ever catch up with podcast adoption?
The Association for Downloadable Media and Edison Research are pairing up to present a free online Webcast covering the latest reasearch on the audience for podcasts. Tom Webster from Edison Research will present The Podcast Consumer Revealed – 2009, on May 21, 2009, at 1:00 EST. In the Webcast, Webster will discuss the fourth iteration [...]
Podcasting is going mainstream, at least according to eMarketer: Podcasting has evolved from an odd, funky blogging experiment into a broad medium with mainstream trappings. Today, the vast majority of the top-rated podcasts come from recognizable media entities that are using podcasts to expand their existing radio, TV, cable or satellite audiences. They peg the [...]
The audience for podcasts is way up, according to the latest research by Arbitron/Edison Media Research. Their study, The Podcast Consumer Revealed, found that: The audience for audio podcasts grew 38% in the last year; The audience for video podcasts grew 45% in the last year; About 30% of regular Internet users have downloaded a [...]
A new report from Nielsen on Internet video habits reveals gender differences in Internet video viewing: men like it short and sweet (YouTube), while women like to take their time and enjoy longer shows (network sites). Women Watch More Network TV Online; Men Watch More Consumer-Generated Media Video streams at broadcast network TV Web sites [...]
According to a new new NYU research report – Does Chatter Matter? – user-generated content, including blogs and social networking sites, should be considered an important tool for promoting music and predicting sales. Researchers looked at the usefulness of user-generated content in predicting sales in the music industry. They tracked the changes in online chatter [...]
U.S. Internet users watched Internet video a record times in December, according to the latest figures from comScore. comScore speculates that some of the increase in viewing of Internet video can be attributed to stale television content as a result of the Writer’s strike. Research Highlights: U.S. Internet users watched more than 10 billion videos [...]
The US audience for podcasts will more than double in the next two years, growing from 6.5 million (active weekly downloaders) in 2007 to 14 million in 2009. According to a new report by eMarketer The total US podcast audience reached 18.5 million in 2007; The total audience will increase by 251% to 65 million [...]