Future of Media Research Conference

Join the leading names in measurement and data analysis

Monday 13 March 2017

Our half-day conference brought together high-quality research and data practitioners as well as users, to share ideas and map the future direction of research and insight. Our audience and panels were made up of the leading names in measurement and data analysis and the morning was a must for anyone working in research.

We discussed how companies are using data to drive engagement, the next generation of research methodologies and how to overcome measurement challenges.

Over the morning we heard more about the growing number of new research partnerships; the stand-out initiatives from the 2017 Mediatel Research Awards; the changing nature of research companies and agency research departments; what clients want the most; and how technology is enabling exciting new data opportunities.

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Event Partners

    Event partner
  • comScore
  • Media partner
  • WARC

Agenda

9:00 - 9:30

Maxwell Library

Registration and refreshments

9:30 - 9:35

Turing Lecture Theatre

Introduction

Introduction and welcome by Mediatel's CEO Derek Jones.

Speakers

Derek Jones

9:35 - 10:05

Turing Lecture Theatre

Mediatel Media Research Awards winners

Denise Turner presents Newsworks' winning entry for Best Custom Media Research Project:

How people buy

Newsworks took a behavioural economics approach in a multi-stage study of how people discover and choose brands. In partnership with Flamingo, Tapestry and Dr Nick Southgate, we examined the consumer decision journey, with a focus on the roles of different media channels along the path to purchase. The findings have been developed into an interactive planning tool, to help media agencies choose the right channels to move people along the purchase journey and ultimately to drive sales.

Geoff Copps presents Mediabrands' winning entry for Best Social Media Project:

Mediabrands' Social Fingerprinting

Mediabrand’s Social Fingerprinting attempts to quantify and visualise how conversations flow between brands and consumers. Social Fingerprinting exists as an automated tool that combines individual ‘conversation strands’ into clusters and then finally into a complete Social Fingerprint.

Speakers

Denise Turner Geoff Copps

10:05 - 11:00

Turing Lecture Theatre

Panel One

Themes include:

  • What new skills will media researchers need in the future?
  • How should media researchers work with the data scientists - and how are media agencies bridging the gap?
  • How can the media research community continue to create smart insight from big data and apply innovation to keep up with the consumer and evolve audience measurement?
  • Can research place a value on context?
  • How can the industry further harness behavioural economics, neuroscience and eye-tracking more to better understand the consumer?

Chair: Denise Turner, Insight Director, Newsworks
Adam Joseph, Business Partner - Customer Insight, Camelot
Paul Goode, SVP Strategic Partnerships, comScore
Chris Havemann, Chairman, RealityMine
Gale Sarah, Head of Insight, OMD

Chair

Denise Turner

Speakers

Adam Joseph Paul Goode Chris Havemann Gale Sarah

11:00 - 11:30

Maxwell Library

Coffee break

11:30 - 11:50

Turing Lecture Theatre

Q&A session

David Pidgeon, Editor, Mediatel Newsline interviews Richard Foan, Chairman, JICWEBS.

Speakers

David Pidgeon Richard Foan

11:50 - 13:00

Turing Lecture Theatre

Panel Two

Themes include:

  • What has happened to trust and transparency?
  • How do we define consumer contact? Is a TV rating the same as an online view?
  • Long termism v short termism - is there too much focus on real time return on investment and not enough focus on value of insight and brand building through research?
  • Has media research avoided the pitfalls of political polling where people say one thing and do something else?

Chair: Richard Marks, Director, Research the Media
Brian Jacobs, Founder, Brian Jacobs & Associates
Dan Brown, Senior Digital Advisor, MediaSense
David Grainger, Chief Strategy Officer, m/SIX
Ian Edwards, Planner, Facebook

Chair

Richard Marks

Speakers

Brian Jacobs Dan Brown David Grainger Ian Edwards

13:00 - 13:30

Maxwell Library

Lunch and networking

Speakers

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    Derek Jones

    CEO, Mediatel

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    Denise Turner

    Insight Director, Newsworks

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    Geoff Copps

    Head of Research, IPG Mediabrands UK

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    Adam Joseph

    Business Partner - Customer Insight, Camelot

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    Paul Goode

    SVP Strategic Partnerships, comScore

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    Chris Havemann

    Chairman, RealityMine

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    Gale Sarah

    Head of Insight, OMD

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    David Pidgeon

    Editor, Mediatel Newsline

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    Richard Foan

    Chairman, JICWEBS

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    Richard Marks

    Director, Research the Media

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    Brian Jacobs

    Founder, Brian Jacobs & Associates

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    Dan Brown

    Senior Digital Advisor, MediaSense

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    David Grainger

    Chief Strategy Officer, m/SIX

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    Ian Edwards

    Planner, Facebook

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Venue

IET, Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL

Nearest stations:
Covent Garden (Piccadilly line)
Embankment (Northern, Bakerloo, Circle and District lines)

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