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Challenging assumptions around the gender gap in news consumption and a new path towards inclusivity.

Catalogue: Congress 2023
Authors: Celine Llanta, Marie Bruder
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
October 5, 2023

Research papers

Thinking Outside the Blocks

New times call for new tools. This paper will show you the journey the BBC World Service audience's team havetaken to develop an adaptive and dynamic global news tracker. It will cover the new methodologies that theteam have designed and implemented...

Catalogue: Congress 2022: 75th Anniversary
Authors: Kevin Cowan, Jon Puleston, Oliver Taylor, Julie Soulsby
Companies: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Kantar
September 23, 2022

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Duty, identity, credibility: Fake news and the ordinary citizen

In the face of rising media coverage of the harms, machinations, and actors responsible for spreading misinformation, our research project sought to surface a crucial but underexplored side of the fake news debate - the role of the ordinary citizen.

Catalogue: Client Summit 2019- Autumn Edition
Authors: Lucile Stengel, Sapna Solanki
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
October 3, 2019

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Using qualitative research to develop and understand the impact of media content in difficult contexts

BBC Media Action is the BBC's international development charity who use the power of media and communication to help reduce poverty and support people in understanding their rights. Sonia Whitehead will summarise how they have used qualitative...

Catalogue: Congress 2017: Visionary
Author: Sonia Whitehead
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
October 26, 2017

Research papers

Online panels are unsustainable: Online communities are the future

The paper discusses why the current model of online panels is unsustainable in the current Web 2.0, participatory world.It contends that the era of peak panel (like peak oil) may soon be upon us and radical solutions are required. It argues that we...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2007
Authors: Pete Comley, Matilda Andersson
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
October 28, 2007

Research papers

Towards better predictive programming

The authors argue that most predictive research methodologies are geared at reducing the number of variables needed for modeling and looking for direct causal relations.However, taking less direct causal elements into consideration and generating a...

Catalogue: Congress 2006: Foresight
Authors: Philip De Wulf, Mihir Warty, Emmanuel Verhagen
Companies: Ipsos MRBI, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
September 17, 2006

Research papers

Finger on the pulse

This paper presents results of the first year of The Pulse, the BBC Response Panel, which delivers a measure of appreciation for the BBC's TV, Radio and Online content.Methods used to collect the measures for each medium are reviewed and business...

Catalogue: Worldwide Multi Media Measurement 2006
Authors: Nick North, Sam Smith
Companies: GfK, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
June 4, 2006

Research papers

Mixed research techniques for a mixed economy

The paper describes the changes in the radio market and explores the implications for joint industry measurement in the future. The main issues that must be considered in setting out the scope of the measurement solution are outlined, and the main...

Catalogue: ARF/ESOMAR Worldwide Radio 2001
Authors: Tony Twyman, Chris Mundy
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
April 1, 2001

Research papers

Radio research for the 21st century

This paper describes the testing and implementation of the new RAJAR audience research contract in the United Kingdom.

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Seminar 1999: Radio On The World Stage
Authors: Peter Jenkins, Lynne Robinson, Tony Twyman, Tony Wearn
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
June 15, 1999