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Measurement and definitions are inseparable

We cannot measure properly, if we don’t know what we want to measure. It sounds so simple and it looks boring to pay attention to the issue of definitions in media and market research. But we run into useless discussions if we do not understand...

Catalogue: Seminar 2016: Media Return on Investment
Author: Leendert van Meerem
June 15, 2016


Research World (May-June 2016)

The digital revolution has transformed the way that media is provided and people are now viewing content on their TVs, tablets and mobiles. These shifts have huge implications for advertisers, media planners and research companies who all need to...

Catalogue: Research World 2016
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
June 15, 2016

Research papers

Measurement of the mobile internet audience

The mobile phone has become an indispensable tool during the course of our daily activities. Development of 3G networks combined with that of smartphones has accelerated the use of the mobile internet. This media's success in meeting the need for...

Catalogue: WM3 2010: Your Audience = Media Consumer + Generator
Author: Laurent Battais
Company: Mediametrie
October 21, 2010

Research papers

Social TV and the clockwork orange

Social media are hot - Facebook, Twitter or YouTube- everyone can share viewer experiences. Rather than focus on the influence that 'new' social media have on television viewers, this paper stresses the importance of 'old' social viewing: watching...

Catalogue: WM3 2010: Your Audience = Media Consumer + Generator
Authors: Bas de Vos, Liesbeth Nekkers, Jeroen Verspeek, Mariana Irazoqui
Companies: Stichting Kijkonderzoek (SKO), GfK
October 21, 2010

Research papers

Catching up with WEB-TV

To researchers, measuring traditional TV viewing through a TV set is less sexy than finding new ways of measuring on-demand TV-viewing ('anytime, anywhere'), made possible by growing PVR ownership and on demand services. It is striking, as time...

Catalogue: WM3 2010: Your Audience = Media Consumer + Generator
Authors: Bas de Vos, Frans Kok, Liesbeth Nekkers, Janet Slabbekoorn, Mariana Irazoqui
Companies: GfK, Stichting Kijkonderzoek (SKO)
October 21, 2010

Research papers

3 screen measurement: Soccer World Cup 2010

The paper illustrates the use of a new research approach to measure the effects of the 2010 FIFA World Cup via three multi-media screens; TV, internet and mobile devices. It will illustrate the benefits gained through the convergence of multiple...

Catalogue: Congress 2010: The Changing Face Of Market Research
Authors: Sean Conry, Karen Benezra, Samantha Singh
Companies: Nielsen, Forsta
September 15, 2010

Research papers

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

Research papers

Using multi media measurement

Today, marketers have a choice of market research studies from different vendors to provide them with the above described information about mass media and new contact points. These multimedia studies use consumer survey data to measure the relative...

Catalogue: WM3- Worldwide Multi Media Measurement 2008
Author: Shubu Mitra
Company: The Coca-Cola Company
June 15, 2008

Research papers

Real insights

What kind of research is suitable for collecting real insights about media usage in the changing media world? The 'Day in the Life' approach is helpful to track communication behaviour in the daily life of media users. A consumer centric perspective...

Catalogue: WM3- Worldwide Multi Media Measurement 2008
Author: Dirk Engel
June 1, 2008