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Press Release Apr. 28, 2004 | Share

MEDIA ADVISORY: comScore Releases National Average Download Speed Ratings Across Leading Internet Connection Types

RESTON, Va., April 28, 2004 – comScore Networks today released an analysis of average download speed across the three primary Internet connection types. Based on data captured in the first quarter of 2004, comScore ISP performance measurements show that cable providers are supplying the average end user with a download speed more than twice as fast... Read more

Press Release Apr. 26, 2004 | Share

One in Seven Internet Users Say They No Longer Download Music Files

WASHINGTON, April 26 -- The recording industry campaign against those who download and swap music online has made an impact on several major fronts, but the number of Americans downloading music and sharing files online has increased, according to the most recent survey of the Pew Internet & American Life Project. Read more

Press Release Apr. 22, 2004 | Share

comScore Media Metrix Announces Top 50 U.S. Internet Property Rankings for March 2004

RESTON, Va. April 22, 2004 – comScore Media Metrix today announced the Top 50 U.S. Internet Properties for the month of March 2004. In March, the active online population across U.S. home, work and university PCs totaled 154.1 million people. Spring break and Easter travel planning fueled increases across virtually all major sites in the Hotels... Read more

Press Release Mar. 29, 2004 | Share

Marketers Take Note: The Elusive 18-34 Year-Old is Habitually Online

NEW YORK, March 29, 2004 – The Online Publishers Association (OPA) released today the first in a series of research reports designed to provide a detailed view of the 18 to 34 year-old consumer. The first installment of the research, conducted in partnership with comScore Networks, found that 72% of all 18 to 34 year-olds are online – the highest... Read more

Press Release Mar. 19, 2004 | Share

comScore Media Metrix Announces Top 50 U.S. Internet Property Rankings for February 2004

RESTON, Va. March 19, 2004 – comScore Media Metrix today announced the Top 50 U.S. Internet Properties for the month of February 2004. Between January and February, the total U.S. Internet population remained stable at 152 million individuals. Highlights of this month’s ratings include continued strength in the Taxes and Politics categories, the... Read more

Press Release Mar. 10, 2004 | Share

Broadband Usage Poised to Eclipse Narrowband in Largest U.S. Markets

RESTON, Va., March 10, 2004 – comScore Networks today released an analysis of broadband penetration at both the national and local market levels based on consumer behavior in the fourth quarter of 2003. comScore’s research revealed that San Diego has become the first metropolitan market in which a majority of Internet users connected to the Web... Read more

Press Release Mar. 2, 2004 | Share

comScore Announces Local Web Search Tracking Service

RESTON, Va., March 2, 2004 – comScore Networks, the leader in the use of the Internet to measure and understand consumer behavior, today announced the introduction of qSearch Local, the first service to measure localized Web search behavior. The new service is a fully integrated addition to the industry-leading comScore qSearch system, which tracks... Read more

Press Release Feb. 25, 2004 | Share

Surfing Down Memory Lane to January 1996: comScore Media Metrix Revisits First-Ever Web Site Rankings

RESTON, Va., Feb. 25, 2004 – Wind back the clock to February 1996: Approximately 10 percent of U.S. households, representing about 20 million American adults, had a home Internet connection; “broadband” was a term known to few and a luxury used by even fewer; technology stocks hadn’t yet begun their ascent to untenable heights – and Media... Read more

Press Release Feb. 17, 2004 | Share

comScore Media Metrix Announces Top 50 U.S. Internet Property Rankings for January 2004

RESTON, Va. Feb. 17, 2004 – comScore Media Metrix today announced the Top 50 U.S. Internet Properties for the month of January 2004. In January, the total U.S. Internet population totaled 152.4 million users who spent an average of 28.9 hours online, an increase of 5 percent versus December. In January, tax, politics, diet and travel sites dominated... Read more

Press Release Feb. 13, 2004 | Share

Valentine’s Day Pulls at Heart Strings and Purse Strings Alike, Reports comScore Networks

Reston, Va., Feb. 13, 2004 – comScore Networks, the leader in the use of the Internet to measure and understand consumer behavior, today released an analysis of consumer behavior related to Valentine’s Day. The comScore analysis found that total online spending in the Flowers & Gifts, Jewelry & Watches and Health & Beauty categories... Read more