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In-store radio

The authors recently analyzed the local audience delivery patterns of a national television, magazine and IBN in-store radio buy in concert with a local broadcast radio schedule in 25 top Nielsen DMAs.The purpose of the analysis was to identify the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Radio
Authors: Craig T. Gugel, Rob Wolf
June 17, 2004

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Give us this day our daily effect

This paper focuses on how radio reach builds up. When do our listeners start to recognise radio spots? After how many days of airing, after how many times of hearing? The results are based on a telephone survey among 3,889 radio listeners and show us...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Radio
Authors: Karin Schut, John H. Faasse
June 17, 2004

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Over the net

This paper will cover two key steps in US radio syndicated audience measurement. One step is the first use of the internet in a production environment for any step of the measurement process, specifically the consent stage of the survey. The second...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Radio
Authors: Ed Cohen, Barbara O'Hare, Lester Jones
June 17, 2004

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Radio surveys via fixed and mobile telephone

This paper describes why and how the population which can only be reached by mobile phones (10% of the population in France) has been included in the French Radio audience survey.

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Radio
Authors: Jérôme Néraudau, Emmanuelle Le Goff
June 17, 2004

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How electronic measurement is transforming the radio landscape in the United Kingdom

The paper provides the results of a national broadcast survey using electronic measurement in the United Kingdom compared against the results of the official diary-based Radio Survey. Special focus will be given to the commercial impact of the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Radio
Authors: Bill Ridley, Kelvin MacKenzie
June 17, 2004

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Is electronic measurement of radio compatible with today's consumer media lifestyles?

This study addresses a wide range of questions about the 'media lifestyle compatibility' of one radio meter - the portable people meter or PPM - for measuring consumers' use of radio throughout the day.Are the people who agree to join a PPM panel...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Radio
Authors: Robert H. Patchen, Beth Webb
June 17, 2004