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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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Reincarnating TAM panelists to understand channel surfing

This paper records a continuation in a series of studies launched to appreciate TAM ratings in a holistic manner. Pure quantitative or qualitative studies often stop short of giving the user a complete understanding of viewing behavior, especially...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2005: Cross Media
Authors: Akash Chawla, L. V. Krishnan, Sharan Sharma, Trevor Sharot
Companies: TAM Media Research, Nielsen
June 23, 2005

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The multi-media blitz

In times of media audience fragmentation and astronomical costs involved with launches of new TV shows, this paper focuses on providing broad, actionable directions towards audience creation for new TV shows through the usage of optimal multimedia...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2005: Cross Media and TV
Authors: Atul Phadnis, Amogh Dusad
Company: TAM Media Research
June 23, 2005

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PENTA-GRATION!

With sponsorships and branded entertainment on television taking many different forms (Placements, Content Integration, Story line Integration, Sponsorships, Content Associations, etc.), the challenge lies in making comparisons and evaluations of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2005: Radio
Author: Atul Phadnis
Company: TAM Media Research
June 21, 2005

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TV viewing

This paper looks at what propels a home to finally shift or even to sample a new disruptive programme.The recent launch of Indian Idol (the Indian version of American Idol) is used as a test case. Understanding a complex behavior like viewing...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2005
Authors: Akash Chawla, L. V. Krishnan, Sharan Sharma
Company: TAM Media Research
March 13, 2005

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Evaluating soft brand advertising on television including product placement and in-program brand exposures

This paper reviews the paradigm shift in TV advertising from scheduled commercial breaks to the phenomenom of soft advertising. Product placement will become more prominent in the near future. Brands will come out of the ad breaks and invade the...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2004
Authors: Akash Chawla, Yogesh Shendye, Atul Phadnis
Company: TAM Media Research
March 28, 2004