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asiCast 118: Why is advertising so unpopular?
It has been widely accepted over the last few years that consumers feel advertising is a nuisance. It insists upon an unpleasant and increasingly intrusive presence in their lives and is something to be avoided if possible. Online advertising has contributed to this enormously, with the interruptions to people’s browsing… Read more
asiCast 117: Netflix, the studios and the battle for content
Although Netflix has been burdened with huge debt, Guy Bisson, a Director of Ampere Analysis, predicted some while ago that eventually an inflexion point would be reached when revenue would exceed expenditure. In this asiCast, our Research Director Richard Marks explores with Guy the significance of this landmark and the… Read more
asiCast 116: Understanding esports
Recent research conducted by Craft has cast some light onto the size and characteristics of the emerging esport audience. Our Research Director, Richard Marks, spoke with the agency’s Founder, Konrad Collao, about the insights that were gathered. Whilst esports is of interest to Craft as a cultural phenomenon, its growth… Read more
asiCast 115: How the UK views SVOD content – TRP’s David Raybould
In this asiCast our Research Director Richard Marks speaks with David Raybould, Chief Operating Officer of TRP, about its survey of SVOD viewing in the UK. Broadcasters, content distributors and rights owners are increasingly interested in the granular measurement of SVOD content at the series and episode level across all… 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
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