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Links 1 through 10 of 49 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged trends

Published last month by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, this new research offered a fresh look into the habits of 1,076 digital news consumers in urban Turkey, comparing their experiences with more than 27,000 online news users in 17 other countries; i v

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Cable TV may still have tens of millions of subscribers in the U.S., but the writing is on the wall: Internet-based media is the future. Thanks to new streaming services from the likes of HBO, Amazon, Dish, and even some sports networks, consumers are abandoning their traditional pay TV packages. via

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Everyone hates drab PowerPoint presentations -- unless, of course, that drab presentation is Mary Meeker's Annual Internet Trends Report. via Pocket

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Kevin: A Nielsen report looking at digital media trends both in terms of consumption and advertising across Asia.

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Kevin: A look at tablet sales and use in the US. Key points are that Amazon's Kindle Fire has helped Android tablets catch up with the iPad in the US, although the iPad still enjoys a significant lead in 'mindshare'. Almost half of Americans, 47%, are expected to have tablets by 2013.
The study from the Online Publishers Association also looked at use. The study found that 74% of tablet owners use their devices daily. Although this statistic isn't surprising, 94% of tablet owners access "content and information". More surprising is that 61% pay for content.

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Kevin: The summary and good links to a report on the size and key trends of internet use in Russia. Mike Butcher of TechCrunch also links to a good new site theRunet.com.

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Kevin: Mobile forecasts for Africa from more than 30 entrepreneurs working in technology and Africa.

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Kevin: Mary Meeker's annual look at internet, mobile and technology trends 2012 edition. One eye-catching element is looking at how low mobile advertising rates are versus desktop computer advertising rates. She is optimistic that mobile rates will rise, but the two examples that she points to are both Japanese gaming companies. Content companies may continue to struggle.

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Kevin: One of the weaknesses of Twitter has been its limited support for filtering trends by location. Up until now, it only supported about 20 countries. It has now added 70 new locations including trends in the Middle East (UAE).

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Kevin: An interesting look at the future of free daily newspapers by Frédéric Filloux. He paints a picture of oversupply and says that the young readers that made up the bulk of their sales are now spending their time reading things on their smartphones.

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