Saskatchewan Syndicated Study – Media Usage in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan-focused: explore the media habits of Saskatchewan residents and benefit from real digital insights.

Real Data on Saskatchewan Users

The Saskatchewan Media Habits Syndicated Study is the first comprehensive research study in over a decade to objectively measure media habits and patterns of Saskatchewan residents.

 

The Saskatchewan Media Habits study provides comprehensive & representative measurement of media habits across different devices, media types and specific subscriptions and publications.

 

Subscription to this study includes the results of three different surveys:
1) Digital Democracy Survey
2) Advertising, Online Shopping, and App Usage
3) Social Media Usage

 

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Why do Saskatchewan businesses need this report?

The Saskatchewan Media Habits study will:

  • Provide an accurate and representative snapshot of media usage among Saskatchewan residents.
  • Examine the usage of traditional versus new media, including social media.
  • Look at generational usage of media including Trailing Millennials (14-25), Leading Millennials (26-31), Generation X (32-48), Baby Boomers (49-67) and Matures (68+).
  • Serve as an indispensable tool for digital marketing intelligence in the Saskatchewan marketplace.

 

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Learn More About What’s Included

  • Digital democracy

    Examines a multi-generational view of consumer technology, media and telecom trends.

  • Advertising, shopping & apps

    Examines a multi-generational view of Sask. residents’ views on advertising, shopping and app usage.

  • Social media usage

    Examines a multi-generational view of Sask. residents’ usage of social media.

*NEW* Read the second edition of our Social Media Habits Report released June 2017!