Ofcom has released its annual report into communications trends. While the epic read touches on everything comms, from TV consumption to radio and telecoms, it's the new online content and social media usage data (a chapter that is 43 pages on its own) that we have delved into and pulled out for you in this blog post.
This week the world's social networks have released their picks of the biggest moments 2015. With the New Year approaching, these reviews give a great insight into how we consumed and shared media this year, and perhaps why the impression of how 2015 went down is different depending on the social network you favour. It shows trending topics from a range of different interests that we, as a world, joined together to appreciate, sympathise and enjoy.
Snapchat content is infamously incompatible. Taken in the moment and experienced in the moment, linking to Snapchat content from elsewhere, such as Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp, has certainly not been possible to date. That is all about to change, as Digiday explains: