Web Survey Bibliography
Title Is there still a place for non-electronic measurement?
Author Kujawski, M., Sawinski, Z., Matuszynski, A.
Access date 30.11.2004
Abstract This paper focuses on two aspects of the radio measurement problem: the environment in which the study is carried out and the characteristics of the methodologies developed and tested by researchers in Poland and elsewhere. In the first part of the paper, the market is described in terms of population size and density, recent history of the radio market and the size and structure of advertising expenditures in Poland. The available techniques of radio audience measurement are also examined within this context. The second part of the paper presents key findings of comparisons between different methods of data collection and their possible impact on the competitive position of radio among other media.
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Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
Year of publication2001
Web Survey Bibliography - Worldwide Radio Conference & Exhibition, 2001 (6)
- Mixing research techniques for a mixed economy; 2001; Twyman, T., Mundy, C.
- Four week radio survey. Evaluating models for extended reach and frequency; 2001; Lyall, A., Neely, M., Rungie, C. M.
- RAJAR respondents. A re-contact survey; 2001; Stockley, J., Farmer, T.
- The comparison of two radio diary methodologies; 2001; Tolkunow, E.
- Is there still a place for non-electronic measurement?; 2001; Kujawski, M., Sawinski, Z., Matuszynski, A.
- Raising responses among young people. E-diaries, phone motivation and incentives; 2001; Appel, M.