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Mar. 12 2009




Online Communities Gain in Popularity

Online member communities have gained popularity, even outpacing e-mail.

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Mar. 11 2009




Coupon Use Gains Strength

Coupons are proving a powerful incentive for consumers struggling to make ends meet in a weak economy.

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Feb. 26 2009




Growth in Media Spend to Hit 30-Year Low: VSS

The overall media spend this year is expected to slip to its lowest growth rate, only the second decline in 30 years.

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Feb. 24 2009




Nielsen Reports Triple Screen Video Usage Rising

Video viewing on television, computer screens and mobile handsets is steadily rising, with the average American watching 151 hours of TV monthly and an additional six hours of Web and mobile video, according to Nielsen’s fourth quarter “A2/M2 Three Screen Report.”

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Feb. 13 2009




Retailers See Unexpected Sales Rebound: NRF

In a surprising turn, retail sales got a bit of a boost last month following a six-month decline, according to a new report by the National Retail Federation.

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Feb. 13 2009




‘Lost’ Takes the Lead in First Nielsen Online Programming Tally

Viewers were able to find the popular ABC program “Lost” last month—even though the show disappeared from TV screens in May 2008 and didn’t launch its fifth season until Jan. 21 of this year.

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Feb. 13 2009




Web Users Watching Full TV Episodes Surges: Survey

The number of Web surfers watching full episodes of TV shows streamed online by the respective broadcast and cable networks has doubled over the past two years

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Jan. 30 2009




Valentine’s Day Spending Expected to Dip: NRF

Thanks to the recession, Valentine’s Day affections will likely to be less lavish as consumers are expected to spend less on the holiday this year, according to a recent survey.

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Jan. 09 2009




New Car Shoppers to Buy American: Survey

It should provide some encouragement to the troubled Detroit automakers that results of one recent survey indicate a predisposition among U.S. car shoppers to buy American-made vehicles

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Jan. 06 2009




Shoppers to Go on an Electronics Diet in 2009: Forrester

The consumer electronics industry may get a colder shoulder this year than in 2008 from as many as half of American consumers, according to research introduced by Forrester Research and timed for this week’s pair of large consumer tech conventions in Las Vegas and San Francisco.

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