According to NRF's 2007 Father's Day Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey, consumers are expected to spend $9.9 billion on dads this year, with the average person spending $98.34 on the holiday, up from $88.80 last year. Men will still be spending more than women this year with men planning to spend $100.72 on average versus women's average of $96.09.
According to a comScore study, sponsored Ad Infuse, males represented a significantly larger share (63 percent) of the iTunes podcasting audience than did females (37 percent). In addition, 18-24 year olds represented a substantial share of the audience (29 percent) and were more than twice as likely as the average Internet user to download podcasts. People between the ages of 35-54 represented about half of the podcasting audience and were also more likely than average to download podcasts.
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