The Commerce Department's Census Bureau released data today showing 3.9 million multigenerational family households in 2000, nearly 4 percent of all households.

The Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) and Arbitron Inc. have agreed to establish The Radio Ad Effectiveness Lab (RAEL) to research the effectiveness of Radio advertising.

For the fourth year in five, New York City is the most popular city in, or near to which, the most people would like to live if they did not live where they live now. The Big Apple also held the number one position last year, in 1999, and in 1997, and came second to San Francisco in 1998.

The old guys -- both sexes -- got off to a late start but they are now the fastest growing segment of the Internet audience.

America’s teens identify issues that affect them personally as their top concerns and they are ready to get involved to make a difference, a new study by the national youth leadership organization Do Something revealed.

The total number of television households in the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii) is estimated at 105,500,000, according to Nielsen Media Research.

The Commerce Department's Census Bureau released initial data from a survey of 700,000 households called the Census 2000 Supplementary Survey (C2SS).

The typical shopper expects to spend $458 for back-to-school clothing, footwear, electronics, stationery and other supplies this year, according to the International Mass Retail Association’s consumer survey August 10 – 12. In late July 2000, that figure was $315.

An atlas with 72 color maps illustrating demographic patterns and changes in population between 1990 and 2000 was released by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.

This latest NCLR report, released at the 2001 NCLR Annual Conference, presents an overview of the most recent Census data on Hispanics in the U.S. One in eight Americans is Hispanic and half of all Hispanics are under 26 years old.

Interep released a report on the growing U.S. Asian-American market, which approached 12 million in Census 2000.

Access Worldwide Communications, Inc. announced the expansion of an agreement with ACNielsen U.S., an operating unit of ACNielsen, a VNU company, for multicultural research services conducted in support of the ACNielsen Homescan(R) Hispanic Panel.

The Board of Directors of the Hispanic Business Roundtable (HBR) and The Latino Coalition (TLC) released the results of the first comprehensive national survey of U.S. Hispanics taken since U.S Census declared Latinos the largest minority in the country.

They dye their hair with Jell-O. They pierce and tattoo body parts previously left unmarked. They wear clothing five sizes too big for them. Why would anyone look to teens and young adults for design advice?

R. L. Polk & Co. and Jupiter Media Metrix ( launched the Polk-Media Metrix Automotive Internet Intelligence Report.