Despite the challenges and adjustments that working from home involves, such as toddlers, animals, potentially sharing tight quarters with others, most Americans enjoy the convenience, still feel engaged with their roles and believe it makes it easier to strike a work-life balance.
Watch the on-demand webinar to explore findings from the August 2020 edition of Nielsen's Total Audience Report: Special Work From Home Edition.
This special episode of the Database delves into the new reality that many Americans are facing in light of COVID-19: spending more time at home, including the time we spend working. We explore the effects on our daily routines and getting everything done, as well as how it’s shaping our media...
Nielsen National Television Household Universe Estimates for the 2020-2021 TV season increased to 121 million TV homes, up from 2019.
According to the Nielsen Remote Workers Consumer Survey, work-from-home consumers are enjoying the change in their daily work routines. And to no surprise, the new normal includes a heavy dose of media consumption.
According to the August 2020 Nielsen Total Audience Report, streaming among Over The Top (OTT) capable homes accounts for 25% of consumers’ collective time spent with the television.
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Beneath the headlines and social media commotion about high-profile SVOD titles like Tiger King, Upload and Ozark, a new form of digital streaming is gaining traction: those that are ad-supported.
In the U.S. streaming universe, the “other” players—everything other than Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon and Disney+ (which launched November 2019)—account for 23% of the total U.S. streaming pie. And the amount of time people spend watching this content is up more than 50% year-over-year.
When the pandemic kept consumers in the confines of their respective homes, they turned to their old friend, radio, to keep them company and inform them, as it has always done so reliably throughout history.