This table features data references and reports on mobile news consumption and mobile ad revenue.
More sources will be added in the coming months.
|Country||Data||Source||Most recent data||Link|
|Global, US||GLOBAL MOBILE AD SPENDING TRENDS AND FORECASTS 63% of global digital expenditure and 22.3% of total ad expenditure will be in mobile sector by 2018, with the US alone contributing 31.9% of the global expenditure in ads in 2015. Google and Facebook control two-thirds of the mobile market.||Invesp conversion optimization company||2015||https://www.invespcro.com/blog/mobile-ad-spending/|
|US||PUBLIC BROADCASTING MOBILE CONSUMPTION NPR listenership remained stable. While NPR News downloads fell in 2015, NPR One received more Android users than iOS. However, monthly sessions grew for NPR News and fell for Android users of NPR One while increasing for the iPhone users.||Pew Research/ SEC||2015||http://www.journalism.org/2016/06/15/public-broadcasting-fact-sheet/|
|US||MOBILE TRAFFIC All digital news media showed higher usage on mobiles than desktops. However, desktop users spent more time on websites than mobile users.||Pew Research/ SEC||2015||http://www.journalism.org/2016/06/15/digital-news-audience-fact-sheet/|
|US||ADVERTISING SHIFT TO MOBILE CONTINUES American consumption of print news has declined 40% since 2011. In 2016, mobile ad revenue increased by 9%. While print news consumption remained steady at 4% for three years, its ad revenue dropped by 4%,||NiemanLab/ Internet Trends 2017||2016||http://www.niemanlab.org/2017/05/the-scariest-chart-in-mary-meekers-slide-deck-for-newspapers-has-gotten-even-a-smidge-scarier|