"[in the US] the number of people using their mobile device to access news and information on the Internet more than doubled from January 2008 to January 2009. ... "
"In February, for the first time ever ... the Huffington Post ... apparently surpassed the ... Drudge Report, according to recent traffic data reports from both comScore and Nielsen Online."
"Matt Drudge's eponymous website should be booming. So why is site traffic dragging? comScore says the site attracted 1.5 million unique visitors last November, down 10% y/y. "
"The title of most-visited online news site continues to be a hotly contested, with CNN, Yahoo News and MSNBC all vying for the throne."
"Ever since the NYTimes.com swept away the last remaining boulders of its subscription pay wall ... in mid-September, its traffic has been going through the roof. According to comScore, it gained 7.5 million readers worldwide ..."
"The number of users regularly streaming video on the Web continues to climb, though growth has slowed over the last six months, according to a new report issued by comScore.:
"There's been a noticeable surge in traffic across Europe to the popular blog platforms Blogger, WordPress and Typepad, coinciding with the September back-to-school period, web measurement firm comScore reported on Tuesday."
"[T]he growth of online advertising is being stunted, [publishing] industry executives say, because nobody can get the basic visitor counts straight."
"Over the past two years, Yahoo! has quietly solidified its position as the No. 1 provider of general, financial and sports news on the Internet."
Editor & Publisher has just published Nielsen/Netratings’ August traffic data for US newspaper web sites. When compared to July’s Netratings figures for US newspaper sites, the data published today shows that among the top five sites, The New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal all saw their traffic dip in August. Only [...]
ComScore chief research officer Josh Chasin: "One of the consequences of being the most measurable medium is that the Internet ends up as the medium with the most measures."
"Comscore data for July reveals that Bebo is now the number one visited social networking site in the UK, overtaking MySpace. Sitting in third place is Facebook. "
The US newspaper ABC will for the first time include online audience estimates this autumn.
"A ComScore study of traffic to the websites of 13 UK media organisations shows that the Daily Mail derives 69% of its unique users from overseas, the FT 85% and the Independent 73%."