The latest figures also show that younger audiences are tuning in for full shows, not just clips.
What was the EU even thinking in trying to apply an EU law to the rest of the world?
Facebook is not a "referee" to politicians' posts -- but should the press pay libel fees, even when they win?
It has won a two-month extension in London, but will drivers and customers remain loyal to a damaged brand?
Today's historic ruling that the Prime Minister misled the Queen on proroguing parliament prevents no-deal -- for now.
Fifty-one percent "support" for Uber shows how split Brits are on whether the app should continue in London.
The public associates brands with rugby -- just not the actual World Cup sponsors (other than Heineken).
Data is being in-housed, but could more media functions follow? New figures show it is entirely possible.
Look beyond the headline and it's clear -- research shows kids trust each other's opinions more than YouTubers'.
Campaigners argue that the supply chain is too vast and databases are too "leaky" to ensure that GDPR is observed.