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Get seen when nobody's really looking: How to write effectively in the low attention era

We all produce written content. And we all want our writing to be noticed, engaged with and acted upon. However, your audiences are time-poor and have lower attention spans than ever. This means your content is permanently walking a tightrope of...

Catalogue: Webinars 2020
Authors: Jack Miles, Angela Canin
Company: Northstar Research
February 17, 2020

Research papers

The role of qualitative research in interpreting audience measurement data for local radio

In line with the BBC's policy of 'Extending Choice 1' , BBC Local Radio stations have increased their reliance on broadcast journalism to distinguish them from the commercial competition. Over the past two or three years there has been a gradual...

Catalogue: Radio Research Symposium 1995
Author: Eleanor Cowie
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
July 1, 1995

Research papers

The relationship between audience share and audience appreciation

The paper examines the relationship between CBC radio programs' audience size (as measured by BBM estimates of share) and audience qualitative appreciation (as measured by qualitative indices or QI's in the CBC's annual Qualitative Radio Study). The...

Catalogue: Radio Research Symposium 1995
Author: Philip Savage
July 1, 1995

Research papers

Audience reaction as a tool for planning

This paper describes the Radio Opinion Monitor (ROM) which is used by the BBC to monitor audience reaction to network radio in the UK. The BBC has measured audience reaction to its services for many years and ROM is a new vehicle which has been...

Catalogue: Seminar 1994: From Door-To-Door To Satellite
Authors: Tony Wearn, Richard Windle
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
June 15, 1994

Research papers

Interactive TV

New communications technologies are promising an array of new interactive services that will be available in the near future to consumers. In assessing the market for interactive television, our research focused on these objectives: 1. What is the...

Catalogue: ESORMAR/ARF Worldwide Electronic And Broadcast Audience Research 1994
Author: Marjorie Michitti
May 1, 1994

Research papers

Experiments in the measurement of TV audience reactions

This paper deals with the measurement of program appreciation in the Netherlands. In the first part of this essay, attention is given to the value and applications of appreciation scores and the method of collecting them is discussed. Appreciation...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Worldwide Broadcast Audience Research Symposium 1992
Author: Wim Bekkers
June 15, 1992

Research papers

Audience reaction information

Channel Four is a U.K. national television channel, set up in 1982 and today accounts for around 10% of all viewing. It is financed from the sale of commercial airtime but it is not a private enterprise. It is, effectively, a public service...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Worldwide Broadcast Audience Research Symposium 1992
Author: Hugh Johnson
June 15, 1992

Research papers

Headlamp and rear-view mirror

The purpose of this paper is to show how a reader panel is being used by the editorial teams of Family Circle and Living as part of a circulation building strategy. We begin by reviewing the background of declining circulations, new management, and...

Catalogue: Seminar 1983: Publishing A Better Product
Authors: Guy Consterdine, Caroline Fraser
November 23, 1983

Research papers

Audience appreciation and audience size

Most television programmes can be classified into two main programme types, Information and Entertainment. Information programmes tend to get smaller audiences but higher appreciation scores than do Entertainment programmes. Between these two main...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1979: The Challenge Of Eighties
Authors: Patrick Barwise, Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg, Gerald J. Goodhardt
June 15, 1979