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A new approach to old questions

The method, described at some detail in the paper, can be briefly summarised as having people act as their own editor. After being shown selected audio visual stimulus respondents are provided with transcripts, still photos, and actual programme...

Catalogue: Seminar 1995: Looking Through The Kaleidoscope
Authors: Brent Macgregor, David E. Morrison, Michael Svennevig
December 1, 1995

Research papers

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


Video storytelling in medical ethnographic research

Patients have become the center of most pharma companies' worlds. Immersions are perfect for clients who want and need to understand the patient's world at the individual customer level - to offer better solutions and better serve patients with more...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2017: Discoveries
Authors: Xiaoqiong (Afra) Chen, Zou Xiong
Company: Ipsos MRBI
December 4, 2017


Watching the devices

This presentation will graphically demonstrate how we consume media in 2015, and how viewing on mobile devices has changed our relationship with programmes, and ads. By seeing how we watch and where we focus across the range of devices we watch video...

Catalogue: Congress 2015: Revelations
Authors: Robert Ellis, Martin Greenbank
Company: COG Research Ltd.
June 15, 2015


How Unilever is enabling purpose-driven marketing with Bot-enabled Research.

Unilever, Africa?s leading consumer goods company, recently partnered with Borderless Access to develop a deeper understanding of the personal/household hygiene habits and needs of mass-market consumers in order to know how to address these issues on...

Catalogue: Webinars 2021
Authors: Stacey Grant, Bev Bassett
Companies: Borderless Access Pvt. Ltd., Unilever
July 27, 2021

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True lies

This paper examines the role of video in research, whether as 'data' or an enlightened 'communications tool'. It looks at how video footage can be shaped in the editing suite, and addresses how we might justify the use of more highly interpretative...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2005
Authors: Lisa King, Penny Roy
November 13, 2005

Research papers

The use of video as an advertising medium in the Middle East

The paper examines the impact of advertising on rented video cassettes on the advertising scene in the Middle East and specifically Saudi Arabia, and the way in which household panel research has been used to monitor this development.

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1986: Anticipation And Decision Making
Authors: Charles A. Rhodes, George V. Vassiliou
Company: MEMRB
June 15, 1986

Research papers

Viewers are people too

This paper outlines some alternative approaches to the study of audience behaviour other than those solely based on ratings or metering households. Findings from recent surveys and qualitative research in the UK point to the need to consider viewing...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: The Application Of Research To Broadcasting Decisions
Author: Michael Svennevig
June 15, 1987

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Real environments

Video has become ubiquitous. Shooting in a digital video format is now within the realm of the mass consumer. All it means is that researchers need to lose their chains of objectivity and start looking at research as a form of narrative. Identify and...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2008
Authors: Prashant Ramachandran, Kunal Sinha
April 9, 2008