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Europe’s Business Elite want both digital and traditional media
8 September 2011
Europe’s most successful and influential business leaders are increasingly incorporating digital media into their lifestyles, though not at the expense of traditional means, according to the latest Business Elite Europe survey from Ipsos MediaCT.
Public Attitudes to Science 2011
2 May 2011
Public Attitudes to Science 2011 (PAS) finds that the UK public values science and is interested in finding out about it.
BE:ASIA - The Media Survey of Asia's Business Elite 2009
15 October 2009
Ipsos MediaCT's BE:ASIA 2009 - The Media Survey of Asia’s Business Elite, is the only survey that measures the media consumption, business and personal profile of Asia’s most influential business executives.
Futurelab Gaming in Families Research
7 October 2009
Ipsos MORI recently conducted research on behalf of Futurelab consisting of two surveys – one with parents of children under 16 and one with children aged 5-15, with the key objective of examining their views on and experiences of video/computer gaming.
The British: Online and Mobile
18 March 2008
Three people in four throughout Great Britain now possess a mobile telephone, half again as many people on the phone as were connected when I arrived on these shores just over three decades ago.
What Is The Potential Market For Multi-Play Services?
29 November 2006
We generally associated the young with new technology. But, the results of the Ipsos MORI Technology Tracker in October show that the profile of those who have the combination of broadband internet access, a mobile phone and digital TV is quite different.
Mobile Operators 'Improve Consultation'
21 August 2006
New research shows that local authority planners are increasingly satisfied with the consultation carried out by mobile network operators, for base station sites to support mobile phone use. Ipsos MORI research carried out over the past six years shows positive improvement in all areas of consultation and information year on year. The main findings of the research were:
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