WHAT IS IKUSIKER?

Ikusiker is a research that pretends to examine what kind of audiovisual consumption does predominate among young people.

ANALYSED TOPICS TILL THE MOMENT:

TV'S AND OTHER PLATFORMS' CONSUMPTION

January 2020

7.AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTS THAT CAN BE RECOMMENDED FOR ITS GENRE AND MEDIUM

This research aims to analyse what type of audiovisual consumption does predominate among young people. In the last questionnaire, we asked various students about the contents they consider recommendable and the channels or platforms they tend to choose.

This report shows which are the TV stations or the platforms they suggest at the time of watching fiction, entertainment or information genres. In fiction’s case, Netflix is the most recommended media-services provider and FDF the most suggested television channel.

December 2019

6.ONE-WEEK AUDIOVISUAL CONSUMPTION

The purpose of this study is to investigate the audiovisual consumption that prevails amidst young people. For this reason, some students of the UPV/EHU have been asked about the consumption done during an entire week. The report contains interesting data about the use of platforms and television channels.

Monday and Sunday are the days in which traditional television has been watched more. On the rest of the days, the data are not that good. Regarding media-services providers, the consumption is quite regular during all the week.

November 2019

5.AUDIOVISUAL CONSUMPTION

This report contains information about the audiovisual consumption tendencies of the students. Moreover, socio-demographic data of the panel-participants are shown. On the last survey we have asked the participators about the latest programme they have watched. Besides, they have been enquired about the place, the channel or the platform and the language chosen. Furthermore, we also have set the attention on the advertisements the audiovisual products usually have.

TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT STUDENTS OWN

June 2019

4.TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT STUDENTS OWN​

In order to know what devices use young people for their audiovisual consumption the last questionnaire has asked them about the technological equipment they own. More than half of the participants have almost every device that the graphic below shows. Mobile phone and laptop are the most acquired.

ELECTIONS' FOLLOW-UP AMONGST YOUNG PEOPLE

May 2019

3.ELECTIONS' FOLLOW-UP AMONGST YOUNG PEOPLE

This year we have had two election days. On 28th April the general elections were celebrated and on 26th May the local, autonomic regions’ and European ones have been taken place. We wanted to know if students are interested in politics and social issues. Due to that, both days (A28 and M26), the poll has been based on the follow-up of the electoral results and the audiovisual products used for it.

AUDIOVISUAL CONSUMPTION ON THE INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA

April 2019

2.AUDIOVISUAL CONSUMPTION ON THE INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA

At the time of asking about the consumption on the Internet and social media, the questionnaire’s partakers have mentioned 298 different products. In the previous document (1. Report), in the one which is based on the television’s consumption, 133 contents were named. So, the data show that the election on the Internet and social media is more varied. It is also true these spaces have a bigger offer. In addition, 72,04% of the mentioned products have only been pointed out once.

This report informs about the places, media-services providers and languages selected for the consumption.

TELEVISION CONTENTS' CONSUMPTION

March 2019

1.TELEVISION CONTENTS' CONSUMPTION

Ikusiker aims to examine what type of audiovisual consumption predominates among students. For this reason, we have enquired them about the last programme watched on TV.

By and large, 133 different products have been pointed out, which have been classified by genre later. 70 out of 133 are the contents that have been mentioned a sole time. The report includes information about the places, the channels or platforms and languages these young people have selected at the time of watching the programmes.