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白皮书 四月. 27, 2016 | Share

The CNN Cross-Media Report

In today’s cross-media world, consumers not only have a vast array of options for what media content to consume, they also have more options than ever as to how they consume it. The consumer choice among TV, desktop or mobile depends on a number of factors, such as content availability, convenience and the individual’s personal preference at a specific... 阅读更多

新闻发布 四月. 1, 2016 | Share

comScore Expands Partnership with DISH

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced a new long-term agreement with DISH Network L.L.C to renew its integration of DISH’s TV viewing information with comScore’s TV measurement service. The integration of DISH’s aggregated and projected TV viewing with comScore’s services will provide the industry with more dynamic measurement and holistic... 阅读更多

新闻发布 三月. 14, 2016 | Share

comScore’s Value of a Digital Ad Report Available for Download

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced the publication of its latest report, The Value of a Digital Ad: How Validated Reach & Frequency Metrics Can Drive Campaign ROI. Available to the public as a complimentary download, the report discusses the challenge of using traditional reach and frequency measures in advertising campaigns, and how... 阅读更多

博客 三月. 10, 2016 | Share

comScore in Journal of Advertising Research on How to Distinguish “Valuable” from “Nice to Know” Among Measures of Consumer Engagement

comScore in Journal of Advertising Research on How to Distinguish “Valuable” from “Nice to Know” Among Measures of Consumer Engagement

In the following article entitled “In the Digital World, Not Everything That Can Be Measured Matters” comScore Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus Gian Fulgoni identifies the metrics that matter to marketers’ return on advertising investment (ROI) versus those that either are nice to know or downright misleading. The article was recently published... 阅读更多

博客 十二月. 22, 2015 | Share

comScore in Journal of Advertising Research on Why the Gross Rating Point Metric Should Thrive in Today’s Fragmented Media World

comScore in Journal of Advertising Research on Why the Gross Rating Point Metric Should Thrive in Today’s Fragmented Media World

In the following article entitled “Is the GRP Really Dead in a Cross-Platform Ecosystem?” comScore Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus Gian Fulgoni argues that the GRP will remain vital in the measurement of unduplicated reach and frequency across platforms, as consumers’ consumption of television content continues to fragment in ways unimaginable... 阅读更多

白皮书 十月. 1, 2015 | Share

2015 Global Digital Future in Focus

2015 Global Digital Future in Focus

In this report, we will examine key trends affecting the global digital ecosystem. We will show how the landscape has changed, who is leading the way, and what other regions can expect to see. 阅读更多

介绍 九月. 28, 2015 | Share

Push Play: Is your video strategy driving results or stuck on “Pause"?

Push Play: Is your video strategy driving results or stuck on “Pause?”

Federica Ancona of SKY and Andrew Read discuss how to leverage video analytics to drive strategic objectives focused on how to understand, engage, and monetize video audiences across all platforms. As a solutions-oriented analytics professional with broad expertise across multiple industries including broadcast media, finance, and retail, Ms. Ancona... 阅读更多

博客 九月. 23, 2015 | Share

How the Power of Habit Drives Mobile App Usage

How the Power of Habit Drives Mobile App Usage

Earlier this week comScore released our 2015 U.S. Mobile App Report, which is full of interesting new findings on the importance of apps to the digital landscape and how consumers are engaging with them. Through our thorough investigation of how people use apps, one of the most common themes that cropped up was just how important the power of habit... 阅读更多

白皮书 九月. 22, 2015 | Share

The 2015 U.S. Mobile App Report

The 2015 U.S. Mobile App Report

Digital media time in the U.S. has exploded recently – growing nearly 50 percent in the past two years, with more than three-fourths of that growth directly attributable to the mobile app. Mobile has grown so fast that it’s now the leading digital platform, with total activity on smartphones and tablets accounting for 62 percent of digital media... 阅读更多

博客 八月. 12, 2015 | Share

Millennials Boast Huge Social Networking Growth and Engagement on Smartphones, But Older Users Surprisingly Outpace Them on Tablets

Millennials Boast Huge Social Networking Growth and Engagement on Smartphones, But Older Users Surprisingly Outpace Them on Tablets

Usage of social networking platforms has become nearly universal. In May 2015, almost 90% of the U.S. digital media population visited social networks, which accounted for more than 300 billion minutes of users’ attention. As social networking penetration inches ever closer to reaching the total internet population, differences in how people engage... 阅读更多