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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

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Evolution, not revolution

Digital delivery of TV and other digitally-delivered services is about to begin in the United Kingdom. Data gathered by the futura.com panel which was set up in 1996 indicate that consumer interest and potential uptake may be less rapid than...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Seminar 1998: Electronic Media And Measurement Trends
Author: Michael Svennevig
June 15, 1998

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Box and cox

The Broadcasting Standards Council's remit is to examine and advise on issues of taste and decency in broadcasting. Each year, it focusses on a specific area and undertakes detailed research into it. In 1991 the issue was that of bad language:...

Catalogue: Seminar 1992: Media Research Meets The Future
Authors: Andrea Millwood Hargrave, Michael Svennevig
June 15, 1992

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Researching the process of change

The paper sets out the broad processes involved in globalisation especially in the communications and media domains. While there are global changes happening there remain massive disparities in uptake and availability between markets. Equally ...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol. 7: Better Research For Better Media Decisions
Authors: Michael Svennevig, Matt Houltham, Robert Towler, Julie Firmstone, Robin Brown
August 1, 1999

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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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The question of quality

This paper looks at the current debate in the UK about the role of 'quality' in television broadcasting, starting from an examination of the ways in which the concept of quality has been used by politicians and critics. Data from qualitative and...

Catalogue: Seminar 1990: The Quality Of Media Information
Authors: Michael Svennevig, David E. Morrison
June 15, 1990

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Researching Central and Eastern Europe

This paper sets out to argue the case for undertaking basic, benchmark research into media and marketing issues in the countries of the former Soviet Union and its Eastern European satellites. With the rapid pace of economic, political and social...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Worldwide Broadcast Audience Research Symposium 1992
Authors: Michael Svennevig, Michel Olszewski
June 15, 1992

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Researching the future of communications in the UK

The social and technological changes which are under way in Britain, as in most developed countries, have direct implications for commerce and government. The increasing ease of access to new information technologies may well lead to radically...

Catalogue: ARF/ESOMAR Worldwide Electronic And Broadcast Audience Research Symposium 1996
Authors: Michael Svennevig, David E. Morrison, Sheila Byfield, Robert Towler
June 15, 1996

Research papers

Researching the process of change

The paper sets out the broad processes involved in globalisation, especially in the communications and media domains. While there are global changes happening, there remain massive disparities in uptake and availability between markets. Equally,...

Catalogue: Seminar 1998: Towards Total Communications Strategies
Authors: Michael Svennevig, Robin Brown, Matt Houltham, Robert Towler, Julie Firmstone
October 20, 1998