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Media Industry Research | Strategic Reports
The WNMN's World Newsmedia Research Group is committed to creating powerful industry research that is relevant and actionable to executives across the spectrum of media. The research group produces two major research reports for the world's media owners and editors called World Newsmedia Digital Revenue & Usage Trends yearbook and the World Newsmedia Innovation Study.
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The trends yearbook is in its seventh year, having previously been called the World Digital Media Trends report. It has been published in September 2012.
Digital media around the world are an unstoppable force, both in burgeoning usage patterns and steeply rising revenues. The Trendbook captures the trends in revenue and usage patterns for a variety of digital media, including newspapers, magazines, radio, Internet, mobile, tablets, social media and more, and then analyses and projects the future of these digital media segments. The Trendbook is a desk reference for media strategists across industries who want to understand where media markets are headed so they can accurately plan their companies’ digital media positioning now and in the future.
The Global Digital Newsmedia Trends Yearbook was first published in 2006 under the title World Digital Media Trends, developed by Martha Stone at the newspaper association now called WAN-IFRA.
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The World Newsmedia Innovation Study, formerly called the World News Future & Change Study, is in its fourth year as a global study. It will be published in spring 2013. The study was founded seven years ago by Dr. Erik Wilberg at the Norwegian School of Management, in order to survey newspaper publishers in the Nordic countries. The study focuses on three areas: media company finances, media company plans for innovation, and media company plans for training and development. The study's survey instrument has been refreshed each year to reflect changing economic market conditions. The study is distributed in 9 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian and Arabic.
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