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UAE Media Survey of Internet Users 2009

A new Arab Advisors' survey of UAE's Internet users' media consumption habits reveals insightful details on the media consumption patterns in the UAE. In addition to unique insights in the media consumption changes during the holy month of Ramadan, the survey also revealed that a major 94.3% of UAE Internet users read newspapers while close to 81% report reading books. 

A new Arab Advisors online Media Survey of UAE's Internet users revealed that around 62% of UAE TV viewers change their TV viewing habits during the holy month of Ramadan. The survey revealed that the UAE residents' TV viewing habits during Ramadan swing between two opposing trends: Some 20% watch TV more -especially between 3 to 6 hours- due to shorter working hours and the variety of programs TV stations compete to offer. However, 34.2% watch TV less, possibly because they spend more time for prayers and socializing with family and relatives.

A new major online survey in the UAE was concluded by the Arab Advisors Group in March 2009. The survey report, UAE Media Survey of Internet Users 2009 was released on April 23rd, 2009 and provides the results of a major comprehensive online survey of the online community in UAE. The survey covered Television, Radio, Movie Theatres, and Newspaper and Book Readership

The report "UAE Media Survey of Internet Users 2009" has 87 pages and 111 exhibits.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009
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