After both the BBC and ESPN put their 3D development on ice – citing a lack of consumer appetite for the technology – Richard Marks, director of Research the Media, asks how do we research what people will actually do as opposed to what they think they want?
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We are headed towards a digital future with just three media – video, text and audio – delivered across screens of varying sizes, yet ‘TV’ and ‘radio’ still have very strong connotations. So how should we change our definitions in a connected world? Richard Marks of Research the Media investigates…
Broadchurch was a huge hit for ITV, says Richard Marks of Research the Media – but will it be able to replicate that success? Whatever happens, at least we’ve learned that rather than ‘the Internet’ proving to be a threat to TV, in many ways it is just what it has been waiting for: digital technology propagating a buzz around a show, and then giving people the means to join the party – a rolling stone gathering digital moss.
Twitter is now emerging as the primary curator of – and gateway into – the internet, and will potentially supplant Facebook argues Richard Marks, Director of Research The Media.