Being a fame-seeker isn't about age, or income, or celebrity-loving, or any other obvious proxy trait. No, fame-seeking is an attribute all of its own, enabled and fed by social media, smartphones, and reality TV. Some people simply view fame as a virtue of its own. Read the whole article »
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Since 2015, YouTube daily video content viewership has grown the fastest among 55-64-year-olds. Daily YouTube visitors in this age group have grown nearly 2X during the same period. Read the whole article »
Stats show that avid NBA fans are not overly concerned about teams resting their star players in the interest of overall strategy – though the issue seems to be more troublesome to casual fans. Appealing to this latter group should be a priority, given the league’s need to grow. Read the whole article »
People who say they are Very Likely” to watch the game have dropped from 44% of respondents in 2016 to 36% in 2017 (a net decrease of about 18%). Read the whole article »
It’s worth asking whether at least some of the NFL’s woes are a result of fan disillusionment over the health risks of its players and, more importantly, whether that disillusionment could threaten the long-term prosperity of the sport. Read the whole article »
Both Instagram usage and desire for plastic surgery among women increased 8% this year. Coincidence? Read the whole article »