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Broadband Penetration

  1. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    These figures represent the constantly increasing rates of Internet penetration and accessibility in developing markets such as Latin America and Asia. In rural regions, for example, there may be a lack of broadband infrastructure.

  2. 2012 London Olympics: How the World Was Searching

    The reasons vary greatly -- from differences in culture to levels of broadband Internet penetration to device preference -- but each country will continue to reach higher as it pursues search gold. From the early questions regarding Michael Phelps...

  3. How to Visualize the Ridiculously Big Numbers Representing Global Online Video Usage

    Finally, an analysis of selected markets with the highest penetration of online video viewing revealed that 93.6 percent of Internet users in Turkey watched video during the month, followed by Canada with 90.9 percent of web users consuming video.

  4. FCC Passed "White Space" What Does It Mean

    There have been promises of services being available within 90 days of it being opened up for use so we will have to wait and see what develops, but given the penetration is better and the service is wider - the use of this broadband methodology...

  5. Q&A with Ken Jurina, President and CEO of Epiar

    In fact, PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts that online ad spend will grow faster in Canada than anywhere else in the world over the next 5 years for two primary reasons: high broadband penetration lower online market saturation

  6. Klipmart Saddles Up Its Own 'Digital Upfront'

    Here's Treffiletti's statement: "With the continued penetration of broadband, we offer advertisers the ability to take advantage of the online medium as they plan their TV buying. Here's a nice follow-up to our recent story about trying...

  7. Yahoo and Aussie TV Net Announce Ad Partnership; Plans to Form New Company

    This is the best combination to benefit from increased broadband penetration, rich media consumption, and the growing cross-media advertising spend. Kevin Newcomb reports in Clickz that Yahoo Australia & NZ and Australian TV network, Seven Network...