Deloitte's State of the Media Democracy Survey
It's time to rethink what you know
Do you know the top 10 media consumption habits that will affect companies in 2009?
You may want to rethink what you know. Deloitte’s State of the Media Democracy Survey provides insight into the media consumption and creation habits of consumers across generations in the United Kingdom and abroad.
What are the generational experiences with, and preferences for, traditional and emerging media devices and platforms?
- How are consumers using and adopting mobile devices, social networking and interactive gaming?
- What do consumers really think of interactive advertising?
What is the economic impact of a global downturn — what is recession-proof and what is recession-prone?
- What can we predict consumers will demand in the future?
Where are the opportunities to make money?
Download Deloitte’s State of the Media Democracy Survey highlights (PDF, 211 KB). The answers may surprise you.
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About the Survey
Deloitte's multi-national third edition of the State of the Media Democracy Survey provides a “reality check” on how consumers between the ages of 14 and 75 are interacting with media, entertainment and information – and what their preferences might be in the future.
Commissioned by Deloitte’s Media practice, this edition is the first to focus on consumers across five international markets: Brazil, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. Fielded by an independent research firm from September 17 through October 30, 2008, the survey continues to explore the differences among four distinct generations.
Results from the survey offer keen insights into a global age in which everybody contributes – not just traditional media companies. Empowered by new technologies, consumers now "vote“ through their actions for new types of content, access devices, distribution platforms, advertising models, and pricing schemes.
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