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Media, Books and Stationery Market Research

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  1. British Lifestyles: Growing Tired of Austerity - UK - April 2016

    "Britain’s economy growth has outstripped other major economies, employment is high (and unemployment is low) and wages have been rising above inflation. Yet, consumer sentiment has been slow to respond. Perhaps we will need to see a more sustained period of growth in earnings before Britons start ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2016
    UK
  2. British Lifestyles 2015: At the Intersection of Tradition and Globalisation - UK - April 2015

    “Having basked in the glory of the London Olympics and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Brand Britain now needs to figure out how to capitalise on opportunities provided by the increased pace of globalisation and also address the unique challenges open markets present.

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    Consumer Report
    April 2015
    UK
  3. British Lifestyles 2014: The British Dream - UK - April 2014

    "Post-recession consumers will shift some of their focus away from their finances to taking care of their physical health and personal relationships. As recession fatigue sets in, sectors that saw mixed fortunes during the downturn will see higher demand from consumers eager for time out."

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    Consumer Report
    April 2014
    UK
  4. Children's Media - UK - December 2013

    “Access to a tablet - either through the child’s personal ownership or through shared ownership in a house - is steadily increasing, and access to video on demand streaming services will increase alongside. The ultimate success of the services will depend on how they are positioned to parents: ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    UK
  5. Children's Media - UK - December 2012

    Whilst the depth of interaction is greater for new media formats like applications or interactive digital games, television remains the single largest, most important way of broadcasting an idea or franchise to millions of children, quickly and easily. Those online franchises like Moshi Monsters ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2012
    UK
  6. Children's Media - UK - December 2011

    “There are fewer opportunities for today’s children to enjoy iconic shared TV moments; hence the growing importance of mainstream crossover family TV (and family-oriented gaming such as the Wii) in providing a form of collective cultural bonding between friends and between children and adults.”

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    Consumer Report
    December 2011
    UK
  7. Video Games - UK - November 2011

    “Publishers are developing ways in which to potentially increase acceptance of the play pass model (for example through the inclusion of a multiplayer aspect), but consumers will inevitably expect the initial cost of second-hand games to fall to allow for the subsequent expected outlay. So while ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2011
    UK
  8. Video Games and Consoles - UK - October 2010

    The video game industry has found it hard to replicate the extremely strong performance seen in 2008. The recession saw consumers tightening their belts and cutting back on discretionary spend, while the current generation of consoles are reaching maturity, making it harder to draw new gamers into ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2010
    UK
  9. Old vs Young on the Net - UK - May 2010

    • Over the past five years, internet penetration among over-65 year-olds has doubled to two in five in this age group. Take-up among those aged 55-64 is higher still, and both continue to grow.
    • Over-55 year-olds demonstrate having a below-average number of technology-related devices in the home. ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2010
    UK
  10. Children's Comics and Magazines - UK - April 2010

    The market for children’s magazines has succumbed to the economic downturn, despite having traditionally boasted a greater degree of resilience to economic turmoil than many of its more vulnerable counterparts in magazine publishing. There is also a widely held belief across the publishing ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2010
    UK