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Monday, September 1

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How web killed the newspaper industry
This chart shows the growth and collapse of newspaper advertising in the United States from 1950 to 2012. 50 years  of Robust growth  took less than a decade  to come to dust

The end of newpapers and the start of " web consumption"
This chart shows the growth and collapse of newspaper  circulation  across the 6 Continents . Does this mean news consumption is dead . Far from it . Online News  are being  consumed rapidly and voraciously.. .Social News, RSS Feeds, User generated News, News aggregators .. all  of them continue to grow in double digits. The newspaper industry is a perfect example of how " companies  fail to understand its consumers...in an industry which  thought  itself as " indispensable ..and unshakable

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Infographic: Honda Owners Are Most At Risk From Car Theft | Statista
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What care do you drive ? And do you know how much chances are that your car would get a new owner if you leave your keys away ? Try once .. if your car gets stolen.. congratulations ..your car is in demand... Jokes apart statista has published a data which shows the list of cars most likely to be stolen.. I hope the next time, your car gets stolen you wont be facing insurance companies with a link of this website, stating you have been warned .

Various models of the Honda Accord have the undesirable reputation as America's most stolen car for 2013.Across the country, nearly 54,000 of them were stolen throughout the year. Another Honda model, the Civic, comes second with 45,000 thefts. The Chevrolet Silverado came third with 27,800 thefts in 2013. As depressing as these figures may seem, it isn't all doom and gloom for American car owners, especially American Honda owners. According to the FBI, car theft is firmly on the downward spiral. In fact, this year may represent a 50 percent fall in car theft from its peak in 1991.
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Sunday, August 31

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daily chart showing the drop in US user infrnt of television
According to the latest Marketing charts,  data . TV viewing trends among 8 to 24  age group has been compared .Nielsen’s most recent study indicates that Americans aged 18-24 watched a weekly average of a little less than 22 hours of traditional TV during Q1 2014. That was a 95-minute drop-off from Q1 2013, which in turn had been down by 80 minutes from the year before. In fact, in the space of 3 years, Q1 TV viewing by 18-24-year-olds dropped by a little more than 4-and-a-half hours per week. 

That’s a substantial amount, equivalent to roughly 40 minutes per day. In percentage terms, traditional TV viewing among 18-24-year-olds in Q1 2014 was down by almost 7% year-over-year. Between Q1 2011 and Q1 2014, weekly viewing fell by almost 18%, a sizable figure.
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According to the latest Transparency Market Research published new "Mobile Content Market - Global And U.S. Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends And Forecasts 2011 - 2017" market research report show the overall value of the mobile content market as well as the value of the mobile games market in 2011
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