For the past three years, the Department has commissioned the Social Research Centre to conduct the Media Content Consumption Survey (MCCS) to look at media content behaviours of Australians.
In 2022 the Department commissioned a complementary survey, the Television Consumer Survey (TVCS), to examine Australians’ usage and attitudes towards connected TV devices and content.
The 2022 surveys were run at the same time in one survey instrument (457 KB). A total of 5,017 people participated in the surveys, between 12 September and 2 October 2022. Questions specific to the MCCS were asked of 4002 respondents and questions specific to the TVCS were asked of 4016 respondents.
View the Minister for Communications’ media release here.
The Media Content Consumption Survey provides information on the screen and media content viewing practices, habits, and expectations of Australians. Now in its third year, the trends observed highlight the changing nature of how Australians are consuming screen content.
2022 Television Consumer Survey
The Television Consumer Survey collects intelligence on the attitudes, expectations, and behaviours of Australians in relation to accessing screen content via televisions and other devices (including on various platforms such as free-to-air, online subscription services, and on-demand television).
Previous Media Content Consumption Survey releases
Previous iterations of the Media Content Consumption Survey can be accessed below.
2021 Media Content Consumption Survey
The 2021 survey was conducted by the Social Research Centre from 14 September to 5 October 2021, with 4,135 respondents.
2020 Media Content Consumption Survey
The 2020 survey was conducted by the Social Research Centre from 14 September to 28 September 2020, with 4,096 respondents
2020 Media content consumption survey (1.22 MB)
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