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Progress toward passive measurement of print

Arbitron and Time Inc. are considering technology-based measurement to capture magazine readership, possibly as an enhancement to Arbitron's Portable People Meter (PPM) measurement. The present video-based investigation addresses a precondition to...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Print
Authors: Roberta M. McConochie, Jane Bailey
June 15, 2004

Research papers

Atlanta and beyond

This paper focuses on the ways the best practices of traffic and media research have converged in an Out-of-Home ratings service, emphasizing what is new - and what remains the same - about audience measurement informed by those two fields.It also...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Online
Authors: William Rose, Joshua Chasin, William McDonald, James Tobolski
June 14, 2004

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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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Audiposter

As presented at WAM 2003 and 2004, the Audiposter project - the new Italian currency for outdoor - focused on the use of advanced portable GPS-based meters, which probably makes Audiposter the first large-scale survey of its kind being done in the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2005: Outdoor/Out-of-Home
Author: Andrea Mezzasalma
Company: GfK
June 20, 2005

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Screen life

Everyone's doing it! Two screening, where we use a smartphone or tablet while watching TV, has become normal behaviour for many. Is it a threat or an opportunity for TV companies, programme makers and advertisers? Are we watching TV more or less, is...

Catalogue: Congress 2013: Think Big
Authors: Robert Ellis, Neil Mortenson
Company: COG Research Ltd.
September 26, 2013

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Measure twice and cut once

Media planning should concern itself with measuring what matters most. This is not the number of media exposure since ad recall does not follow media consumption well, high share-of-voice is not efficient, and advertising does not work in a linear...

Catalogue: WM3 2007
Author: John Hallward
Company: Ipsos MRBI
June 3, 2007

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Some implications of a recent study of the comprehension of television programmes (French)

I should like first to mention a few provisional findings from some studies of the impact of particular television programmes on which I have been engaged in Oxford over the last four years, and then to consider their implications when it comes to...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1959
Author: Joseph Trenaman
June 15, 1959

Research papers

Where do you really watch when you are seeing?

This presentation employs the latest technology to better understand the relationship between what people say they watch versus what they actually are watching during a product placement segments of television. As such, the paper is based on a...

Catalogue: WM3- Worldwide Multi Media Measurement 2008
Authors: Mike Hess, Karina Besprosvan
Company: integral, OmnicomMediaGroup
June 1, 2008

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How can a Chinese manufacturer discover their international customers through integrated methodologies?

Target consumers for many Chinese manufacturers are based internationally, and accessing an accurate view of their audience is more imperative than for those living in the same culture as their market. As Chervon expands further into the US and...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2017: Discoveries
Authors: Jeff Tsui, Alex Tu
Company: Kantar
May 9, 2017