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Media Research: Reasons to be cheerful John Carroll, Senior Director 13 December 2011 In a year sandwiched between the General Election and the Olympics, what has 2011 meant for the media research industry? If the research showcased at this year’s Media Research Group (MRG) Conference is anything to go by, then it has been a year of experimentation and change. Media Research: Reasons to be cheerful
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The issues facing media research John Carroll, Senior Director 10 October 2011 John Carroll, Ipsos MediaCT Senior Director and Chair of the Media Research Group (MRG) on the issues facing media research and why the research industry needs to experiment to achieve change. The issues facing media research
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Why newspapers and magazines should survive the digital age John Carroll, Senior Director 1 September 2011 In our latest MediaCT Light Bites blog, John Carroll asks, in an industry where we are led to believe that print is dying and tablets are the saviour, why has print stood the test of time? Why newspapers and magazines should survive the digital age
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The Tablet is a game changer John Carroll, Senior Director 1 July 2011 John Carroll, from Ipsos MediaCT, on the recent Big Tablet Debate hosted by News International and Haymarket. The Tablet is a game changer
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The Bigger and Older Nation John Carroll, Senior Director 3 May 2011 It has been well reported that we are getting older as a nation. Is the media industry taking heed? The Bigger and Older Nation
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Three in four British adults are online John Carroll, Senior Director 2 March 2011 Recently published data from the National Readership Survey (NRS Jan-Dec 2010) tell us that three quarters of the adult 15+ population of Great Britain have accessed the internet in the past 12 months. Three in four British adults are online
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We’re getting even more upmarket John Carroll, Senior Director 9 February 2011 Data from the National Readership Survey show that, despite our gloomy views of the British economy, the country as a whole is becoming more middle class and the South of England even more so. We’re getting even more upmarket
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MediaCT Light Bites: More Good News For Digital Print John Carroll, Senior Director 31 August 2010 The latest set of National Readership Survey (NRS) results published on 27 August shows that the nation is increasingly embracing technology and the digital world. MediaCT Light Bites: More Good News For Digital Print
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MediaCT Light Bites: Read All About It! John Carroll, Senior Director 27 August 2010 The Q2 2010 National Readership Survey results were released on 27 August and provide newspaper and magazine publishers with the official readership estimates for their publications. MediaCT Light Bites: Read All About It!
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MediaCT Light Bites: The Slow Rise of Digital Radio John Carroll, Senior Director 5 August 2010 The latest set of RAJAR results published on 5th August 2010 (Q2 2010) shows that the current UK digital share of radio listening is 25%, meaning we are now half way towards the Government’s target of 50% set for the switchover from analogue to digital broadcasting. MediaCT Light Bites: The Slow Rise of Digital Radio
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Ipsos MediaCT "helps clients make connections in the digital age". We do this through an in-depth understanding of how consumers access media content inside and outside of the home. In addition to our monthly Bite-Sized Thought Piece publications, Light Bites provides our reactions to the latest media research industry developments.

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