Do you know how screens are changing media use?
Connected Screens is a unique, ongoing survey tracking the changing behaviour of how consumers interact with digital screens (television, PCs/laptops, tablets, smartphones and digital outdoor screens), their media consumption and exposure to advertising. This media neutral and consumer centric survey helps users reach the connected consumer in the most effective way and track emerging trends to anticipate new developments.
Connected Screens Reports
We create regular reports from the data, summarising the significant insights created to uncover the stories behind the numbers. These reports are essential for anyone who wants to understand the intricacies and implications of consumers' behaviour around different connected screens. Covering VOD, media players, advertising, e-commerce, social media and social TV across five screens including all the latest disrupters in these areas, it's the perfect basis for understanding this increasingly complex world.
Power of Voice
Get the latest Mediatel Connected whitepaper, featuring exclusive data from YouGov's Video & Voice tracker survey from wave 5, May 2019. With Amazon, Google, Apple and others all launching and developing their trailblazing voice services, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the power of voice - but how many are actually using it, and how are they using it? To find out these answers and more, simply complete the adjacent form to download.
You can purchase the full 85 page H2 2017 report that is accompanied by easy to use charts, graphics and tables in a presentation and covers:
- Introducing Connected Screens
- Screens & devices
- Media-related activity in past year
- What are TV screens actually used for?
- Broadcast television across screens
- Subscription services across screens
- Video genres
- Simultaneous screen usage: TV plus other screens
- Advertising and ad blocking
- Social media
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase for £250 +VAT
Find Out More
For more information contact the Mediatel team on or call 020 7420 3252.