Ofcom carries out regular research into news consumption across the four main platforms: television, radio, print and online, to inform our understanding of news consumption across the UK, and within each UK nation.
The aim of this series of reports is to inform an understanding of news consumption across the UK, and within each UK nation. The findings are published as part of our range of market research publications that examine people’s consumption of, and attitudes towards, different types of content on different platforms.
People in the UK spend half as much time on their home phones but use ten times more mobile data than just six years ago, as new Ofcom research reveals changing attitudes to the traditional telephone number.
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