Digital News Report Ireland 2020 Slides

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Digital News Report Ireland 2020

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The coronavirus crisis is having a profound impact not just on
our health and our communities, but also on the news media.
Most of the research presented in this year’s Digital News Report
was collected before the virus hit in many countries, but findings
from the work we have carried out in the months since underline
that the crisis is very likely to accelerate long-term structural
changes towards a more digital, more mobile, and more
platform-dominated media environment.

Covid 19 media Consumption 12th March – 13th May 2020

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As people become more adjusted to their lives in lockdown, their
media consumption is returning to pre Covid levels . TV
consumption, while still up 4% overall year on year, has begun to
normalise since its peak growth of 21% in the first week of April. We
are also seeing fluctuating viewing patterns for younger audiences
as programming schedules evolve.

Government response to the Cairncross Review: a sustainable future for journalism

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At the heart of any thriving democracy is a free and vibrant press. Its role in holding power to account and keeping the public informed of local, national and international issues is vital, and yet in this country its future is under threat.

This has been a matter of great concern to the government, and so in 2018 Dame Frances Cairncross was asked to conduct a Review into the sustainability of high-quality journalism in the UK. I would like to thank her for producing such a comprehensive and insightful report, which painted a concerning picture. There are now around 6,000 fewer journalists than a decade ago and print circulation of national and local newspapers has halved

JNLR Radio Listenership Report Jan 2019 – Dec 2019

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The latest JNLR/Ipsos MRBI report into radio listening is published today (6th February 2020). It covers the 12-month period from January to December 2019.
The latest results show 3.15 million listeners (15+) tune into radio every weekday – that is daily radio listening at 81% of all adults.

Television Audience Measurement Ireland Review 2019

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What is TAM Ireland
TAM Ireland strive, through best practice, to drive TV audience
measurement forward. Our ambition is to measure all video
content and provide precise viewership data on broadcast
content across all platforms and we are committed to excellence
in vision and adaptability.
The members of TAM Ireland are RTÉ, Virgin Media, TG4, Eir
Sport, Sky Ireland, Channel 4, Viacom and the main Irish media
buying agencies. We commission Nielsen to carry out the
actual measurement service.
Our mission is:
To provide precise viewership data and promote the power of
television with a commitment to excellence, vision and
adaptability.

Netflix & Binge? Exploring new cultures of consumption

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This study sought to identify shifts in audience
media use and consumption. The study was
further concerned with identifying the various
ways in which thinking about audiences has
shifted within policy discourses, and specifically
in the EU audiovisual policy directives.

Harnessing public broadcasting for canadians in the digital age

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The CRTC has commissioned Cullen International Footnote1 to undertake an international benchmark study to support its work on the upcoming licence renewal of CBC/Radio-Canada, Canada’s national public broadcaster.

Old, Educated, and Politically Diverse: The Audience of Public Service News

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Public service media are often widely used, highly trusted, and do not face the business pressures
with which their private peers have to contend. But a closer look suggests that the challenges
that face public service media news provision are bigger – much bigger – than is commonly
acknowledged, even in countries with a long history of strong public service media.

Mobile Consumer Experience – Survey of Consumers Summer 2019

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Fieldwork for this study was conducted during June 2019.
● In order for the research findings to be comparable with the 2017 mobile customer experience review, a similar
methodology was utilised.
● Survey data collection methodology was ‘face to face’ interviewing via CAPI (Computer Aided Personal
Interviewing). All interviewing was administered at the respondents’ own home – 2,838 respondents were
interviewed in total.
● The total sample was split across five distinct segments, based on population density, with a higher proportion of
interviews being conducted in areas of lower population density (the sample size by segment has been detailed
overleaf).