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Study Shows Only 38.4 Percent of Digital Media Users Engage with Mag Content

Folio Magazine – 2011-09-28

As publishers prep for the next big tablet hope (Amazon is set to release its much-awaited tablet device on Wednesday), a new survey released from global business advisory firm FTI Consulting, Inc. details how digital media users (including tablet users and non-tablet users) are engaging with content.
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Viking buys popular science sun study

Penguin has acquired a title written by solar physicist Doctor Lucie Green, which looks at the... | The Bookseller – 2012-02-10

Study finds tablet, e-book ownership soared

Tablets and e-readers were a popular gift over the holidays, so much so that the number of people who own them nearly doubled between mid-December and January, a new study finds. | – 2012-01-23

ComScore Study Confirms What We Already Knew: You're Wasting Money on Ads No One Sees

One of the not-so-secret realities of the display-ad world is that a decent chunk of online ads are never viewed by web visitors. They either appear below the dreaded fold, or a user scrolls past... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-18

PA conference to study changing international markets

Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Thu, 27/10/2011 - 09:00 The Publishers Association's international conference will focus on issues such as export sales and the growth of the... | The Bookseller – 2011-10-27

Housman study to Union Books

Written By: Benedicte Page Publication Date: Thu, 18/08/2011 - 11:42 Union Books editorial director Rosalind Porter has bought a book about poet A E Housman by Peter Parker, author of The Last... | The Bookseller – 2011-08-18

Study: Links from other news sites matter more than social networks

Outbrain A new study of Web referrals to online publishers shows links from other content sites are more important than those from social media. Links from content sites (including other news... | Poynter. – 2011-08-11

Study Says Tablet, E-Reader Users Haven’t Given Up Print

Men more likely to own tablets, women more likely to own e-readers according to GfK MRI. | Folio Magazine – 2011-06-30

Study: App Store Makes More Money Than Android Market

It's far more common for apps in the iOS App Store to make money than it is for apps in the Google Android Market, according to a report published by Dutch mobile app store research firm Distimo. | PC World – 2011-05-28

Study Finds Readers More Likely to Skim Over Articles on an iPad Than in a Newspaper

Research conducted by Miratech shows that paper is the clear winner for reader concentration and retention. | Editor & Publisher – 2011-05-23

Journalists need to better understand the business of digital journalism, study says

The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism has published a new report on digital news economics, which highlighted how the relationship between content and advertising is changing, and... | Editors Weblog – 2011-05-10

A Pew Center study into online news reading: more traffic from Facebook but Google is still top referrer

The ways people navigate the digital news environment is the focus of a Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism's study, published today, May 9. While debating whether the print... | Editors Weblog – 2011-05-09

A study shows how Americans evaluate Al Jazeera English

As already reported, during recent uprisings in the Arab world, Al Jazeera has emerged as an unlikely news authority in the US and elsewhere. As RNW's Media Network reported, coinciding with the... | Editors Weblog – 2011-03-18

UK study finds low numbers of women in journalism

Men still make up the majority of journalists in the United Kingdom, according to a recent Echo research report. Three quarters of all news journalists are men, and women only make up one-third of... | Editors Weblog – 2011-03-04

Canada is most Web-addicted nation: study

TORONTO (Hollywood Reporter) - Maybe it's all those Justin Bieber fans: Canadians log more time on the Web and social media, including Facebook and YouTube, than any other nation. | Reuters – 2010-12-30

A Bivings Study: how are US newspapers doing on Facebook?

There is not a direct relationship between the national circulation and the number of fans and posts and comments on the Facebook page, according to a study by The Bivings Group.  The... | Editors Weblog – 2010-12-20

Magazine subscriptions study points to power of Christmas

One in six new magazine subscribers are recruited in the month of December, according to research conducted by magazine trade body the Periodical Publishers Association (PPA). | Media Week – 2010-12-17

Study: E-books take longer to read than print

It takes longer to read books on a Kindle 2 or an iPad versus a printed book, Jakob Nielsen of product development consultancy Nielsen Norman Group discovered in a recent usability survey. | CNN – 2010-07-05

WAN-IFRA Posts Blog/Virtual Study Tour of Japan

Last month the WAN-IFRA Study Tour of Japan visited five printing plants and a paper mill. A blog/virtual tour is available for those unable to join the tour, on which participants observed presses... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-04-08

Pew Study: One in Four Now Read News on Cell Phones

The argument strengthens for newspapers' movement on the mobile front. Just over a quarter of American adults now read news on their cell phones, according to a new report from the Pew Research... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-01

Study: Recession Aside, Sustainability Remains an Important Topic

Green publishing within the magazine-industry supply chain, has taken a back seat the last 12 or so months to economic survival. However, a new study commissioned by IDEAlliance suggests that... | Folio Mag – 2010-02-08

Newspapers trusted less than banks, says MST study

LONDON - The self-regulation of newspapers in the UK is insufficiently effective, largely unaccountable and failing to reflect the radically changed media environment, according to a major review... | Media Week – 2009-02-10

Foreign book publishers buying over Indian cos, says study

Even as Parliament's Standing Committee of commerce ministry has asked HRD ministry to conduct a study on the impact of 100% FDI in book publishing on the domestic industry, a study done by the... | The Times of India – 2009-01-08

Online Piracy Costing Publishers Millions, Study Says

New data tries to put a value on copying and pasting from media sites. | Forbes – 2008-11-13

NYC To Fund Year-Long Study On How To Help Media Industry

The New York City Economic Development Commission has a plan to increase employment for consultants: hire a team of them to produce the "NYC Media Scenario Series," at minimum, a year-long look at... | via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-11-05

Study: Youth Exposed to Violent Media Lash Out

Young people exposed to violent media, including Web sites, are more likely to lash out violently themselves, new research published in Pediatrics shows. | PC Magazine – 2008-11-05

New Study Puts a Price on Major Newspaper Web Sites

The Web sites of the largest newspapers in the United States are valued to be worth $300 million to $450 million, according to a new report from Borrell Associates. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-17

Case Study: 'Times Union' May Cut 28 Pages Each Week

"Some of the feature sections are less likely to survive," Editor Rex Smith said about how the page cut would occur. Other cuts may include the daily weather map, restaurant reviews, and some of the... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-25

Newspapers Do Well in New OPA Study of Local Web Sites

An Online Publishers Association (OPA) study released today finds that "consumers trust advertising" on local media sites -- with newspaper sites getting the best results by a small margin. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-19

New Study: Google King of Customer Satisfaction -- 'NYT' and 'USA Today' Do Well

Consumers rated Google as one of the most satisfying Internet experiences out of all portals, search engines, and news sites, according to new data from the University of Michigan. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-19

ABM Taps Booz for ‘Major’ Industry Study

In what the association is calling a “major business-to-business industry study,” American Business Media has commissioned Booz & Company, a global management consulting firm, to analyze how its... | Folio Mag – 2008-08-19

Study faults news media’s economic coverage

Media coverage of the economic downturn in the U.S. has lagged behind both economic activity and public interest, according to a study being released Monday. | MSNBC – 2008-08-18

Study: shrinking newsrooms hurting papers' quality

The many and deepening cuts at newspapers across the country are starting to take a toll on their content, according to a study being released Monday. | AP via Yahoo! News – 2008-07-21

Birds of Prey study is RSL/Jerwood winner

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Oxford study to explore future of retail

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Per the Latest Pew Study, the Most Social Way to Read Is Still in Print

For all the social capabilities of digital reading platforms, most Americas still share books the old-fashioned way. | The Atlantic – 2012-04-05

“Schmidt Steps Back”: A fascinating character study

After a 12-year hiatus, a new "Schmidt" novel appears -- and outdoes its predecessors | – 2012-04-08

Americans adapt to e-reading, Pew study finds

Here's what's happening on the plugged-in side of the digital divide: an extraordinarily swift change in how people are reading books and other media, driven by the rapid acceptance of tablets and... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2012-04-07

First results of Poynter tablet use study

The great majority of tablet users instinctively swipe horizontally though full screen photo galleries, according to the first findings of Poynter’s research into tablet reading... | Editors Weblog – 2012-05-04

One third of Brits now e-reading, says Bowker study

Nearly a third of British adults (31%) say they are likely to buy an e-book in the next six... | The Bookseller – 2012-05-15

Bo Xilai study to Bodley Head

The Bodley Head has acquired UK rights at auction to a book about Bo Xilai, the former governor... | The Bookseller – 2012-05-24

Study: Tablet users more likely to buy magazines, e-books than news, newspapers

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OPA Study Reveals Attitudes of Today’s Tablet User

New York, NY − June 18, 2012 − The Online Publishers Association (OPA) has released “A Portrait of Today’s Tablet User – Wave II,” a study... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-06-19

Study released on library e-book borrowing

(06-21) 21:13 PDT New York (AP) -- E-book readers have been relatively slow to borrow digital works from the library, frustrated by a limited selection and by not even knowing if their local branch... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2012-06-22

E-book trend slow at US libraries: study

Even as e-book sales surge, Americans are slow to look to their public libraries to take advantage of the format, a study showed Friday. | Hindustan Times – 2012-06-22

Pew study: library patrons largely unaware of e-book offerings

According to a new study by the Pew Research Center, 62 percent of respondents didn't know whether or not their local library had e-books. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2012-06-23

Study: E-book library borrowing takes slow pace

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New study shows how newspaper inaccuracies transcend journalism cultures, national borders

In 1936, journalism professor and former magazine editor Mitchell Charnley published the first accuracy audit of American newspapers. Charnley selected a sample of news articles, identified the... | Poynter. – 2012-07-03

Study: Half of first year’s paywall revenue comes in first three months

Our-Hometown Our-Hometown, a company that handles Web publishing for small community newspapers, has published a report showing the pace of digital subscription revenue for one site over about three... | Poynter. – 2012-07-13

Study: iPhones reach more news audience than Android phones by every measure

Reynolds Journalism Institute Although a greater percentage of people own Android smartphones, those who own Apple iPhones are the most attractive audience for news publishers, according to new... | Poynter. – 2012-08-02

MPA Study: Social Media Enhances Magazine Consumption, Engagement for Millennials

  In a new study produced by the MPA, the Association of Magazine Media, and research firm GfK MRI, data reveals that Millennial magazine media readers aged 18 to 34 believe that technology has... | Folio Magazine – 2012-08-27

Number of children reading for fun has fallen since 2005, study reveals

More than a fifth of children never read in their own time, according to researchThe proportion of children reading for pleasure has declined as their time is crowded with other activities, and more... | Guardian – 2012-09-07

Study finds false data top reason for journal retractions

A study found fraud rampant in retracted journal articles -- and publishers less than transparent about why articles were pulled | Medical Marketing and Media – 2012-10-02

School study plan for Churchill Archive Online

Bloomsbury's online Churchill Archive will aim for a school and undergraduate readership as... | The Bookseller – 2012-10-15

Do School Textbooks Shape National Attitudes? Yes, says Study

A new study conducted in Germany looked at textbooks from 160 countries found an alarming number of instances of idealogical indoctrination and falsehoods. | Publishing Perspectives – 2012-11-06

Mindshare and PPA study tackles magazine econometrics

Magazines show a higher average ROI than any other media channels according to research carried out by Mindshare and the PPA and revealed at the Science Museum this morning. | Media Week – 2012-11-16

Amazon's price-beating reputation 'not true', claims study

Amazon only offers the lowest price on its top 20 print bestsellers, with lower-ranked titles... | The Bookseller – 2012-12-07

Study: People can remember more about Facebook than real books

But this might not be a bad thing! What the new research reveals about education, communication and memory | – 2013-01-15

Study: Consumers Trust Advertising in Magazines and Newspapers More Than Any Other Media

Brussels, Belgium - New research has revealed that despite important changes in media consumption in recent years, consumers continue to have most trust in advertising in printed media. When... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-03-11

YouGov study confirms young abandoning newspapers

Young adults are the least likely to read newspapers, and almost a third (29%) claim not to have read one at all in the last 12 months, according to the findings of a YouGov study published today. | Media Week – 2013-03-13

Study: Gamers Play More and Spend More on Tablets vs. Smartphones

Tablets are the "mobile platform of choice" for gamers, according to a new study from research firm Frank N. Magid Associates. The study, sponsored by Diner Dash publisher PlayFirst, estimates that... | AllThingsD – 2013-07-10

OPA Study: Three-Quarters of Online Publishers Offer Native Ad Solutions

  | Folio Magazine – 2013-07-12

New Study Claims Fracking Leads to More Earthquakes

A new scientific study published today has uncovered even more evidence that there is a direct link between hydraulic fracking for underground natural gas and small earthquakes near the site of the... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-07-12

The Agents’ View: A Case Study in Agent-Assisted Publishing

Movable Type literary agents Jason Allen Ashlock and Adam Chromy write of their experiences assisting The Rogue Reader authors in self-publishing their work. | Publishing Perspectives – 2013-07-18

AARP Study: Don’t Write Off Boomers and Seniors in Your Digital Strategy

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Study: Sharing Twice as Likely to Happen on Mobile Devices than Desktops

A study conducted by ShareThis found that mobile devices are much more popular than desktops for sharing content. ShareThis tracked social activity across 2.4 million sites in its network, and found... | Folio Magazine – 2013-07-31

Customers are more likely to buy books if they smell chocolate, says study

A group of Belgian researchers that concluded shoppers are more likely to buy items at a bookstore (especially cookbooks and romance novels) if the scent of chocolate is in the air. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2013-08-03

Study finds destructive Medfly entrenched in Calif

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Fruit flies that are highly destructive to crops are now permanently established in California and spreading, according to a new study published on... | – 2013-08-08

Oncologists still most likely to rebuff sales reps: study

Oncologists have the most restrictive access policies, a study shows for the second year in a row. But it's not impossible to book face time with these clinicians. | Medical Marketing and Media – 2013-08-07

Study: 72 Percent of Online Adults Use Social Networks

  | Folio Magazine – 2013-08-09

Study Suggests Fake Web Traffic Is Worse Than You Thought

Fake web traffic has long plagued the online publishing world, but Dr. Paul Barford, computer science professor at the University of Wisconsin, is claiming the problem might be worse than suspected.... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-08-09

Brenda Wineapple's study of Civil War society measures past and present

'Ecstatic Nation' powerfully portrays life in the decades surrounding the Civil War, connecting history with modern-day debate.Near the end of "Ecstatic Nation: Confidence, Crisis, and Compromise,... | Los Angeles Times – 2013-08-09

Study Finds Craigslist Took $5 Billion From Newspapers

For years, newspaper publishers have been saying Craiglist cut the legs out from under their industry by offering a cheap, easy online alternative to their classified advertising pages. For... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-08-14

Study: How Successful are Journalism Grads After Graduation?

The University of Georgia has released its annual survey measuring the success of journalism and mass communications majors in finding jobs after graduation. | Folio Magazine – 2013-08-15

Study: Journalism Grads Don't Read Newspapers, Mags, Books

This could be the final blow to paper and ink news: Reporters graduating out of journalism school and headed to work at newspapers and magazines don't read print media, with over seven of 10... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-08-16

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Macitentan Morbidity and Mortality Study in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

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Newly-Published Study Concludes Stretta May Be More Desirable GERD Treatment than Chronic PPI Use or Anti-Reflux Surgery in Some Patients

GREENWICH, Conn., Sept. 5, 2013 /CNW/ - A newly published peer-review study that examines Stretta therapy is bringing renewed attention to this non-surgical procedure that has 10 years of patient... | CNW – 2013-09-05

Study finds that anger spreads further than joy on social networks

Want to get your message heard on a social network? Try raging about it. China's Beihang University has published a study of Sina Weibo users which suggests that anger-fueled online posts have more... | Engadget – 2013-09-16

Climate change pushing lobster north, study says

Climate change is a big factor for lobsters and other marine species moving north in large numbers, according to new research published in the journal Science, co-authored by a Halifax university... | CBC – 2013-09-21

'Mind-Reading' Skills Boosted By Reading Literature, Study Suggests

Fifty Shades of Grey may be a fun read, but it’s not going to help you probe the minds of others the way War and Peace might. That’s the conclusion of a new study, which finds that, compared with... | The Huffington Post – 2013-10-06

Enjoy Popcorn During A Movie? Advertising May Be Powerless Against You, Study Says

Chomping through a bucket of popcorn may not be good for your health (it has a shockingly-high number of calories!), but it might shield you from the effects of film advertising. In a University of... | HuffingtonPost – 2013-10-14

U.S. jobs market poised for improvement: Fed study

(Reuters) - The U.S. jobless rate is set to drop further and possibly faster over the coming six months, according to research published Tuesday by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. | Reuters – 2013-10-15

The Images Of Black Women In Media Still 'Only Scratch The Surface,' Essence Study Finds

Character's like Kerry Washington's Olivia Pope on "Scandal", and Nicole Beharie's Lt. Abbie Mills on "Sleepy Hollow" are a breath of fresh air for many black women, according to a recent study.... | HuffingtonPost – 2013-10-16

Canadian wireless speeds faster than in U.S., study says

Urban Canadians have access to consistently faster network speeds than their neighbours in the U.S., according to a study by PC Magazine. | CBC – 2013-10-16

Slow U.S. home sales should rise if house prices do: Fed study

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. home sales will likely pick up if house prices continue to rise, according to a study published Monday by the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank. | Reuters – 2013-10-21

Study: Programmatic Strategies Adopted by 85 Percent of Advertisers and 72 Percent of Publishers

 Programmatic buying is exploding according to a recent IAB and Winterberry Group study. However, the study also shows that some hurdles are slowing adoption rates. | Folio Magazine – 2013-11-05

Study: Booze Industry Breaks its Own Underage Ad Rules

The alcohol industry has violated its own rules aimed at keeping booze ads away from under-age viewers, government and university researchers allege in a new report.Beer and liquor marketers have... | Advertising Age – 2013-11-08

'Huh?' Is Global, Study Shows

The infamous "huh?" is not only pronounced similarly across languages, but it also carries a similar meaning around the world, according to a new study. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute... | The Huffington Post – 2013-11-09

Phishing increase builds on hijacked brand names, study reports

The number of brands used in spoofed emails that trick people into visiting malicious Web sites or clicking on malware attachments rose in the second quarter, an indication that phishers are... | PC World – 2013-11-10

Fed's message of no rate hike until 2015 is sinking in: study

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve has effectively communicated its commitment to ultra-easy policy, so that economists and traders correctly understand that interest rates will likely... | Reuters – 2013-11-19

Ontario Study Highlights Benefits of Laser for Treating Enlarged Prostate

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Fed could delay rate hikes with inflation 'floor': Fed study

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve could bolster its commitment to ultra-low interest rates by ruling out a rate hike until inflation heads closer to its 2-percent goal, according to... | Reuters – 2013-12-05

Paywalls Boost Ad Rates for Some Magazines and Newspapers, OPA Study Finds

Online paywalls are helping some newspaper and magazine websites increase the ad rates they charge, according to a new report from the Online Publishers Association.It's a hopeful sign for publishers... | Advertising Age – 2013-12-11

New Study: The use of Thymus Peptides Against Hair Loss

EISENBERG, Germany, Dec. 17, 2013 /CNW/ - A new study that was recently published in the renowned Journal of Plastic Dermatology confirms once again the therapeutic efficiency of thymus peptides... | CNW – 2013-12-17

Reading Harris novel stimulates brain, finds study

Reading a novel stimulates the brain for days, US researchers have found. The study,... | The Bookseller – 2013-12-30

Self-driving cars to be 9 percent of global auto sales in 2035: study

DETROIT (Reuters) - Sales of vehicles able to drive themselves will account for about 9 percent of global auto sales in about two decades, according to a forecast published on Tuesday by auto... | Reuters – 2014-01-01

Drug-Free Migraine Treatment CEFALY®: Publication of a Study Conducted on 2,313 Patients

The scientific journal "JOURNAL of HEADACHE and PAIN" publishes positive results from a clinical study conducted on 2,313 patients which confirms the high efficacy and safety of the medical device ... | CNW – 2014-01-08

Key to hit books discovered, study claims

Academic Yejin Choi says her algorithm can predict 'highly successful literature' with 84% accuracyAuthors, publishers and literary critics struggling to unlock the secrets of successful writing can... | The Guardian – 2014-01-10

It's Surprisingly Easy to Get a Fake Study Published in an Academic Journal

Sting operations of fake studies getting published in academic journals points to serious flaws in academic publishing at large: Journals are too eager to publish surprising studies, and the rigor of... | The Atlantic Wire – 2014-01-15

Hutchinson wins auction for ancient world study

Hutchinson is to publish a broad-ranging book on the ancient world by author and broadcaster... | The Bookseller – 2014-01-15

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