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Is America or Britain more excited for the #RoyalWedding2018?

A Lightspeed survey shows that the UK is more likely to watch the service live on 19 May, but men in the US are more excited for this wedding than they were for Wills and Kate…

Twitter goes wild for the 2018 BRIT Awards

Kantar Media found that the 2018 BRITs engaged Twitter more successfully than any other broadcast so far this year.

The public reaction to Great British Bake Off 2017

The latest series of GBBO was very popular on social media… but is it making us bake at home?

From algorithms to AI: sea changes in the digital advertising ecosystem in 2018

Annual Media & Digital Predictions from Kantar Millward Brown highlight continued evolutions in branded storytelling, cross-media measurement and ROI.

Men and women have different gut reactions to financial advertising

Instinctive impressions to everyday banking adverts are less positive amongst women, finds Kantar Millward Brown.

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How did Twitter react to the new series of The Apprentice?

Stats from Kantar Media highlights the popularity of certain sets of eyewear

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Kantar Twitter TV Ratings for the week commencing 24th July
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Kantar Twitter TV Ratings for the week commencing 17th July
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Kantar Twitter TV Ratings for the week commencing 10th July
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Kantar Twitter TV Ratings Wimbledon round up
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Latest Stories

They called it puppy love… Kantar Media data reveals who owns dogs in the UK and therefore how brands can reach their pawfect audience.

From World Cup fixtures to business results, we present a preview of the week ahead.

With World Blood Donor Day tomorrow, many are encouraged to reflect on potential life-saving actions.

1.5m more UK adults are drinking gin than 4 years ago. So what’s happened?

Research powered by Kantar Public finds that 1 in 50 Brits could not afford basics in the previous month.

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