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Around 90% of the UK adult population reads newspapers and magazines with print publications still reaching more people than phones and tablets, a new industry-wide audience measurement system has found.

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follows a three-year search to produce a transparent method of measuring readership across all print and electronic devices.

The Sun tops first PAMCo data

The PAMCo data, replacing the previous National Readership Survey, uses the latest measurement techniques, together with 35,000 face-to-face interviews, to give a total audience reach figure. Advertisers had called for a more accurate representation of real readership.

inRead invented by Teads

The first figures show that The Sun has replaced the Daily Mail /Mail Online as the UK’s most widely read newspaper across print and online.

The Sun has a monthly total brand reach of 33.3m readers compared to 31.2m for the Mail. The Sun edged ahead of its rival through its fast-growing phone readership. The Mirror papers are the third most widely read.

The figures show that local and regional titles such as The Scotsman (1.9m) and Yorkshire Post (1.1m) – owned by Johnston Press, publishers of i – enjoy a much wider total audience reach due to a rising number of digital readers.

Figures for the period up to the end of 2017, show the i recorded a total brand reach of 2.467 million readers. A rapid growth in the website audience will be reported in the next PAMCo data.

The first figures show that established media brands which have built trust with readers have even more influence in an era of “fake news”.

Although those age 15-34 prefer to read content on digital devices, they retain an attachment towards print papers.

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Interest in blockchain is soaring, with a groundswell of activity taking place on the campuses of the world’s top universities. From new business use cases such as making cross-border payments faster, lower cost and more transparent to uses of blockchain for good, students and faculty globally are emerging as major contributors to the creation of a more robust and valuable blockchain and payments ecosystem.

As one of the most mature companies in the space, Ripple is uniquely suited to partner with the academic community and help lead development of this ecosystem. That’s why, today, we’re excited to announce the University Blockchain Research Initiative (UBRI), a collaboration with top universities around the world to support and accelerate academic research, technical development and innovation in blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital payments.

Ripple has committed over $50 million in funding, subject matter expertise and technical resources to UBRI’s first wave of university partners 17 prestigious institutions around the world. These schools will determine their own research topics and priority areas of focus, while also partnering with Ripple to:

The initial UBRI partners represent a broad cross-section of geographies and markets, as well as a rich blend of academic disciplines.

For example, as the regulatory conversation continues to evolve in the public sector, the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton University is creating an UBRI program that will study the policy impact of cryptocurrencies and blockchain in the U.S. and around the world.

At The University of Pennsylvania , UBRI is supporting select MBA-MS candidates each year in a newly established Wharton-Engineering dual-degree program. This funding aims to prioritize students working on blockchain or cryptocurrency.

As part of UBRI, Ripple is also participating in MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab’s new FinTech initiative made up of a nearly a dozen companies across the financial services industry to work with groups of CSAIL’s 116+ researchers on topics like blockchain, cryptocurrencies, cybersecurity and global payments.

In Europe, Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and the University of Luxembourg are building a new blockchain research program inside their Departments of Computer Science and Engineering with the help of UBRI.

UBRI’s complete list of partners is as follows:

As the traditional backbone of innovation, universities uniquely offer an independence and rigor that the private sector cannot. They also are responsible for training the workforce of the future, helping to address the demand for technological solutions and talent to solve the world’s hardest financial problems.

Now is the perfect time to support research and study in blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital payments at universities around the world.

For more on UBRI as we build the program over the coming year please visit Ripple Insights .


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