Earlier today, Christian Kurz, VP of Research and Insights at Viacom International Media Networks, presented some new research on young people and content consumption at Mipcom 2014 in Cannes, France.Read More
How does money affect the way young people engage with activities that interest them? And how does social media influence their experience of hobbies?Read More
Nickelodeon: South Africa Kids & Family Infographic
Television Business International, a London-based publication specializing in the global television business, published an article by Christian Kurz, VP of Research and Insight at Viacom International Media Networks, in its August/September 2014 issue.
In the past, TV content was viewable on one device: the TV set.While television sets remain the favorite way to watch video programming, they’re no longer the only option.Read More
What are Latin American tweens’ habits when it comes to spending and saving? A recent Nickelodeon study based on an online panel of children 9 to 14 in Argentina, Mexico, and Colombia sought to find out.
Hispanic young adults are known for being early adopters of digital technology. In the past, Hispanic families have been more likely to have one TV set in the household that they sat down to watch together. With content now available on computers, tablets, and smartphones offers more options, how have their viewing habits changed?Read More
What do Millennials aspire to when they consider their career possibilities? How has coming of age in a difficult economy shaped their goals for future work?
Earlier today, Comedy Central International’s Power of Laughter project won the award for Best Methodological Paper at ESOMAR Congress 2014 in Nice, France. James Guerrier, Research Director for Comedy Central International, presented the study and accepted the award on behalf of all involved.Read More
Viacom took the stage earlier today at ESOMAR Congress 2014, which kicked off in Nice, France on Sunday, September 7th. ESOMAR, a global organization that encourages, advances and elevates market research worldwide, has chosen the theme “What Inspires?” for this year’s three-day event.
On an average day, how do young people use the vast amount of media available to them? How are their entertainment habits evolving as technology plays a greater and greater role in everyday life?Read More
What brands and styles are most appealing to global kids and their parents these days? And when it comes to developing a fashion sense, who are their biggest influences?Read More
Beta Life 2014
How would U.S. Hispanic Millennials describe their ideal work situation? And what are they doing now to make sure they land their dream jobs in the future?Read More
‘Women should not laugh in public’: This is what Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc declared at a celebration marking the end of Ramadan on Monday, July 28th.Read More
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