BARB – The UK TV Landscape Report
BARB’s complementary quarterly report to the annual viewing report (2016).
BARB – The Viewing Report
BARB’s state of the nation review of how people are watching television in the UK and how it is changing (April 2016). The report from 2015 can also be found below.
BARB: How we do what we do
These three videos explain how BARB measures television viewing for the whole of the UK, including how the BARB panel works and how the data is retrieved. There is also information on the BARB website (click here).
DR Media Development 2014
The DR Audience Research Department’s annual report on the use of digital media in Denmark.
EBU report on Digital Radio in Europe
This is the first of a planned yearly report from the Media Intelligence Service of the EBU. It highlights the main achievements of 2015 for digital radio and offers a progress report on the roll-out of digital terrestrial radio in European markets.
EBU: Public Service Media Contribution to Society
This report on Public Service Media from the EBU’s Media Intelligence Service (MIS) includes data, research and analysis on TV and radio trends, new media developments, market structure and concentration, funding and public policy issues (December 2015).
European Audiovisual Observatory Report on On-Demand Audiovisual Services
Report prepared by the European Audiovisual Observatory for DG Connect on the development of the European market for on-demand audiovisual services, published in March 2015.
Nordicom – Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2015
The thirteenth publication in the Nordic Media Trends series from Nordicom, which documents, describes and analyses developments in the media sector from a Nordic perspective (March 2015).
Ofcom Adults’ Media Use and Attitudes Report 2014
Report into media use and attitudes and understanding among UK adults aged 16+, covering radio, mobile, games and the internet (April 2014).
Ofcom Digital Day 2014: results from the children’s diary study
This document provides an in-depth study of the findings from the Digital Day 2014 children’s consumer research. It focusses on the data from the children’s quantitative three-day diary study and includes some comparisons to the adults’ study.
Ofcom International Communications Market Report 2015
This is the tenth year in which Ofcom has published comparative international data on the communications sector. The aim of the report is to benchmark the UK communications sector against a range of comparator countries in order to assess how the UK is performing in an international context. (Published 10th December 2015)
Ofcom Public Service Broadcasting Annual Report 2016
Report on how the TV public service broadcasters are performing in terms of delivering public service programmes. It looks at what broadcasters are spending on programmes, the amount of different types of programmes they show, the extent to which audiences are watching and how satisfied they are (July 2016).
RAJAR – Audio Time Report
Report drawing upon RAJAR’s Midas Audio Survey, which measures listening time and behaviour across the spectrum of audio-led content, devices and services (April 2016).