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  • 2020 asi Virtual Conference confirmed for 2nd to 6th November

    Our virtual event for November this year is taking shape. This will give our community the opportunity to link up and share work and ideas before what we hope will be a more normal gathering in 2021. We will be hosting five two-hour sessions across five days (Monday 2nd to… Read more

  • asiCast 114: Project Origin – where are we now?

    The long-awaited WFA Guidelines for cross-media measurement have now been released into the public domain after an extended period of consultation. Project Origin is the UK initiative led by the ISBA which aims to put these guidelines into practice. Launched last November at our annual International Television & Video Conference… Read more

  • CRA confirms paper diaries were ditched completely in Melbourne

    The radio industry’s peak body Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) has confirmed that the upcoming ratings data in Melbourne has been obtained 100% from e-diaries, with paper diaries playing no role due to COVID-19 restrictions and the associated lockdowns. Radio ratings were paused in April due to the difficulties of getting… Read more

  • Global advertisers unveil a collaborative new approach to cross-media measurement

    UK and US to lead implementation following international peer review WFA has unveiled an advertiser-centric Framework for cross-media measurement – the “holy grail” for marketers – accompanied by a proposed solution, designed to give advertisers a much greater understanding of the reach and frequency of their advertising efforts. The Proposal… Read more

  • asiCast 113: Putting a value on attention

    Professor Karen Nelson-Field has spoken to asi a couple of times before about her pioneering work measuring attention, most recently at the launch of her book immediately before lockdown (see asiCast 105). In this follow-up interview, available as both an audio and video podcast, she talks to Brian Jacobs of BJ&A about… Read more