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Analogue and digital television in Europe

More than seventy-three million European households receive satellite TV two million in digital. However development is not consistent and there are marked variations by country. Digital broadcasting is adding an additional complexity to television...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Authors: Thomas Merz, Bruce Roberts
August 1, 1999

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Does clutter degrade the media environment?

This paper analyses one aspect of the quality of the television environment - commercial clutter - and its effects on viewers. Despite an increasing preponderance of evidence that clutter has a negative effect on commercial effectiveness commercial...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Author: Debbie Solomon
August 1, 1999

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To fuse or not to fuse?

The aim of the paper is to provide guidelines for the non-technical media practitioner. It will argue that while the principles of fusion are sound they do not provide a catchall solution and caution should be exerted in using it as a general media...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Authors: Richard Dodson, Sheila Byfield
August 1, 1999

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Researching the process of change

The paper sets out the broad processes involved in globalisation especially in the communications and media domains. While there are global changes happening there remain massive disparities in uptake and availability between markets. Equally ...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Authors: Michael Svennevig, Matt Houltham, Robert Towler, Julie Firmstone, Robin Brown
August 1, 1999

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Introduction

Introduction to the ESOMAR Monograph "Better Research For Better Media Decisions" (vol.7) from Sheila Byfield.

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Author: Sheila Byfield
August 1, 1999

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Ad avoidance

The problem with the majority of us involved in marketing is that we think or more accurately want to think that everyone likes advertising. This is probably just human nature as we quite naturally need to believe that the thing we have dedicated...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Author: Ivor Hussein
August 1, 1999

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Back to the fundamentals of media research

The present situation in media research shows changes on four main aspects: abundance of data and processing supplies speeding up of mutations and acceleration of trends dispersion of practices and explosion of rules and inter- penetration between...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Author: Dina Raimondi
August 1, 1999

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TvSpan

TvSpan a joint venture project between Meridian Broadcasting TSMS and Taylor Nelson Sofres has been in operation since March 1996 with 750 Superpanel homes in the Meridian ITV region equipped with TV setmeters in addition to the scanning equipment...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Author: Andrew Roberts
August 1, 1999

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Untangling the confusion of TV scheduling theories

This paper discusses the distinctions that should be made in media scheduling between the theories of how advertising works (response functions and decay) and the tactics of media buying (cover and frequency). It draws on the modeling analysis work...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Author: Jayne Zenaty Spittler
August 1, 1999