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Research World (December 2001)

Understanding the process by which new ideas, products and services are picked up, communicated and adopted is key to the success of developing both new and old products. In each case, Early Adopters are the group to watch closely but how can they be...

Catalogue: Research World 2001
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
December 1, 2001

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Children and television

The following paper represents part of a large research project commissioned by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education and Arts, Vienna. The primary purpose of the study consisted in gaining empirical data for practical application in the...

Catalogue: Seminar 1978: Researching Children
Author: Gunda Plasser
Company: GfK
October 1, 1978

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Consumer behaviour of young people

During the last years the interest in young people's consumer behaviour has greatly increased. Young people as almost emancipated partners in the process of purchase decision are supposed to be educated in order to become consumers like adults. They...

Catalogue: Seminar 1980: Children And Young People
Author: Liselotte Fessel
Company: GfK
June 15, 1980

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Reaching the elite

This paper addresses the television viewership habits of the 'elite'. This segment, although small in size, has been expanding rapidly in major metros of India, and already possesses a high spending power.This research highlights a new way of panel...

Catalogue: WM3 2007
Authors: L. Chandrashekhar, Joydip Kapadia, Vivek Srivastava
Company: TAM Media Research
June 3, 2007

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Relevant pieces to the Chinese media puzzle

This paper will offer a unique view of the Chinese media marketplace, that of the Chinese retail consumer. We present data from a 2009 study of 7,000+ Chinese consumers, age 18 to 34, who have reported on what media they use, i.e., consume, not what...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2010: Eyes on Asia
Authors: Don E. Schultz, Martin P. Block
April 20, 2010

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The world of short form video for post millennials

This paper discusses key trends in short form video viewing, and makes some predictions for how snack-able consumption will change among post Millennials (under 16s) and the implications for broadcaster strategy. The analysis focuses in three key...

Catalogue: Congress 2016: #WOW
Author: Nadine Bailey
September 22, 2016


Indian TV industry

Audiences no longer consume TV unilaterally. While current technology captures the audiences watching TV, it does not take into account their actual behaviour whilst consuming it. This paper attempts to answer the various multitasking/activities that...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2017: Discoveries
Author: Bipin Mundhwa
December 4, 2017

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Helping newspapers compete with electronic media

Not all people read newspapers in the same way. Some readers want to look only at the ads others only the headlines. In classifying individuals by their motivation for reading newspapers we discovered live distinctly different types of people that...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/FIPP Conference 1999: Strategic Publishing
Authors: Seija Nurmi, Virpi Nurmilaukas
June 15, 1999

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The Dutch media experience and values study

As in many countries advertisers in The Netherlands have come to realise that reach figures and ratings are only half of the story. This paper describes a study concentrating on how customers experience the media. A total of 1 077 individuals...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/FIPP Conference 1999: Strategic Publishing
Author: Alfred E. Bronner
Company: Veldkamp Marktonderzoek
June 15, 1999