Tag: teenagers

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Report 411: The Teenagers Issue

Teens have been the driving force behind popular music and popular culture for almost a century and we use this issue to look at not only how they have shaped music in the past (as both creators and consumers) but also how...
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Teenagers and Digital Music, April 2015

This infographic is an extract from the Music Ally Report
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Music teenagers: 60% are streaming while 21% buy downloads

Research firm GlobalWebIndex has been tapping its global panel of teenagers to find out what they’re doing online and how they’re getting their digital entertainment. The results make for interesting reading, with a...
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Snapchat Discovery to provide ‘disappearing’ videos, news and ads

Social app Snapchat remains hugely popular, particularly with teenagers, but how it’s ever going to make money remains a hot topic for debate. The company’s plans are becoming clearer though: the Wall Street Journal says...
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Are YouTubers more influential than top musicians among US teens?

Variety brings news of an intriguing survey asking US teenagers who the most influential celebrities are. Only three of the top 10 are ‘traditional’ stars: late actor Paul Walker (sixth), actor Jennifer Lawrence...
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More research emerges claiming teens are leaving Facebook

Digital agency iStrategyLabs is making waves this morning with a report claiming that 3m US teenagers have "left" Facebook in the last three years.
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Teens haven’t ditched Facebook (but it might be making them miserable)

We hear you, parents: teenagers rarely need a good reason to be miserable, etc etc.
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Musi YouTube music app has 55k daily active listeners

Musi YouTube music app has 55k daily active listeners
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Should YouTube integrate more deeply with other music services?

With recent research on YouTube's importance as a music service for teens, Mark Mulligan discusses why it's a "dilemma" for rightsholders.
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Teenage mobile usage under the microscope

Nielsen has published some data on how US teenagers are using their mobile phones. Unsurprisingly, the key finding is that they're texting. Lots. The average US teen sends and receives 3,339 texts a month – a figure...