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Study: Canadian media consumption

The Cassies Awards has released a study of media consumption called "The Canadian Cross-Screen Report." According to the online survey, conducted by Angus Reid, 58% of respondents agreed that Canadians prefer content in 30-second packages. Also, 43% of respondents described themselves as "social media addicts" and 54% reported using more than one electronic device at a time while consuming media. In addition, 32% of respondents between the ages of 18 and 34 said that their devices "make them feel powerful" and that without them, they would "feel like they are not in charge of their life."

"This study explored how our capacity to absorb messages is changing, based on our interaction with our devices and the social media platforms on which we journey on a daily basis," said Jani Yates, president of the Cassies. "In terms of multi-device and cross-screen usage, the challenge for marketers will be to build multi-level engagement platforms that are intuitive to consumers' desires."

The Cassies Awards are presented by the Institute of Communication Agencies, the Association des agences de Publicité du Québec and the Association des professionnels de la communication et du marketing.

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