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While TV is the most common way for people to watch sports, the Internet is the most popular way for both men and women (36.1% and 32.7% respectively) to get sports news and information, according to a new report by Burst Media.
The Internet is trailed by local TV programming (23.7%), national TV networks (15.1%), local newspaper (6.7%), national newspaper (3.6%), and sports radio (2.9%).
More than half (62.8%) of consumers plans to spend the same or cut back on their holiday purchases compared to 2008, according to a new survey by Burst Media.
Although consumers plan to be thrifty with their spending this holiday season, the majority (85.3%) will shop online.
With the current economic concerns, the survey found only 14.6 percent of respondents plan to spend more this holiday season than they did in 2008, while one third (32.7%) expect to spend less and 30.1 percent plan to spend about the same as they did last year.
The majority (80.1%) of Internet users are concerned about the privacy of their personal information such as age, gender, income and online activity, according to a new survey from Burst Media.
Concern about online privacy is common among all age segments, and increases with the respondent’s age from 67.3 percent among those 18-24 years to 85.7 percent of those 55 years and older.
Sites that are loaded with ads or what users view as ad clutter are more likely to have their messages ignored all together according to a new survey from Burst Media
The survey polled 4,000 Web users to gauge how ad clutter impacts their Internet experience and how it affects the perception of advertisers who place their ads on cluttered sites.
While television remains the primary source for voters to get information on the presidential candidates positions, the Internet is the second most used source with 17.8 percent of voters saying they get their information about election issues online according to a survey from Burst Media.
One-fifth (21.5%) of men say the Internet is their main source on the positions that the presidential candidates have on major election issues. Among men 25-34 years old, 28.6 percent cite the Internet as their primary source of election information.
In a new study that looks at what types of online video people view, Nielsen Online found that women lean towards watching network television online and men favor user-generated content.
Women are almost twice as likely as men to watch online video on TV networks Web sites, while on user- generated sites such as YouTube, men 18 to 34 were more than twice as likely as women in the same age group to watch videos.
More than half (72%) of consumers have viewed video online and the majority of all age segments have watched online videos, including 58 % 65 years and older according to a new survey from Burst Media.
The survey found that 58 percent of respondents view online video content at least once a week. Men are more likely than women to view online video content over the course of a week (67% versus 49% respectively). Thirty-three percent of men 18-24 years old watch some type of online video content daily.