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Real-life responses to TV commercials

By concentrating on viewers' attitudes and opinions, and their behaviour under artificial conditions, research on TV ads has overlooked what happens in people's homes during the commercial break. This paper argues for the use of video. It shows how...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1987
Author: Peter Collett
September 1, 1987

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The AGB intomart television audience system

AGB started in 1986 the development of COMTEL (Common Television audience measurement system). This was done as a joint venture between AGB UK, Intomart and AGB Italy. But since COMTEL only produces the daily reports Intomart decided to develop their...

Catalogue: Seminar 1988: The Impact Of New User-Oriented Computer Facilities On Market Research
Author: Edouard Hustinx
June 15, 1988

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Patterns of TV watchers

This report offers a new approach to the question of behavior patterns in television viewing, which we term TELEMODES. The approach involves a typology consisting of six types (or modes). The typology was developed in 1988 in the framework of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1991: Marketing In A New Europe
Author: Laure Schapira
Company: Mediametrie
June 15, 1991

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When every second counts

In television audience research in The Netherlands (and similarly in other European countries) viewing behaviour is registered by the meter on a Per second basis. A change in channels is noted from the moment a viewer watches a channel for fifteen...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Seminar 1998: Electronic Media And Measurement Trends
Author: Lex van Meurs
Company: GfK
June 15, 1998

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Consistency of purchasing and television viewing behaviour optimum periods for study

The correlation that may exist between advertising pressure and effectiveness can be expressed as a response function for marketing purposes, perhaps the most interesting relationship is that which may exist between media exposure and sales, and it...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1968
Authors: Michael J. West, Stephan Buck
June 15, 1968

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Television viewing selection in the multichannel universe

This paper examines how television viewers feel about making viewingselections today, compared to a few years ago. It examines some of thereasons they feel that they find the selection process more difficult (oreasier) than it used to be. The paper...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Advertising Conference 2000
Authors: Artie Bulgrin, Glenn Enoch
November 1, 2000

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A quantified study on what people do during commercial breaks

By using a mostly forgotten research technique of observation, we were able to obtain, in an unorthodox way, a clear insight into how television, including the use of all new technology, is used during the commercial breaks. We were also able to...

Catalogue: Seminar 1986: New Developments In Media Research
Author: Chris Horsley
Company: Bates CHI & Partners
June 15, 1986

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Do we need panel rotation?

Since January 1 st 1985 GfK TV Research has been carrying out continuous TV audience research in the Federal German Republic and (West) Berlib, at first on behalf of the public-service TV stations, ARD/ARW and ZDF, and meanwhile also for the two...

Catalogue: Seminar 1990: The Quality Of Media Information
Author: Lars Gibbe
Company: GfK
June 15, 1990

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Programme involvement

The BARB audience measurement system has the reputation of being the most sophisticated in the world. But because of its methodologies and its quantitative nature the advertising industry has, to a greater or lesser extent, been forced into making a...

Catalogue: ESORMAR/ARF Worldwide Electronic And Broadcast Audience Research 1994
Authors: Doug Read, Sheila Byfield
Company: Ogilvy
May 1, 1994