Mediatel Media Research Awards 2019

Celebrating the leaders of media research

Awards lunch: Tuesday 19 February 2019

The Mediatel Media Research Awards 2019 invites research agencies, industry bodies, media agencies and owners to enter categories that span innovation in survey design, creativity in data communication, insight and research effectiveness. The 2019 winners will be revealed at an awards lunch on Tuesday 19 February 2019.

Early deadline: Friday 12 October 2018
£99 + VAT

Final deadline: Friday 19 October 2018
£150 + VAT

Click here for entry guide and top tips

Awards lunch:
Tuesday 19 February 2019

12:00 - 13:00
Registration and drinks reception

13:00 - 15:15
Lunch and awards

15:15 - 17:00
Drinks reception

If you’re experiencing any issues, please email team@mediatelevents.com

Categories

1 Best Custom Media Research Project (Media Owner)

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2 Best Custom Media Research Project (Trade Body)

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3 Best Custom Media Research Project (Agency)

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4 Best Media Research Tracking or Syndicated Project

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5 Best International Media Research Project

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6 Excellence in Measuring a Media Campaign

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7 Best Use of Data Sets

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8 Best Social Media Project

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9 Excellence in Research Presentation

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10 Research Agency Team of the Year

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11 Media Owner/Trade Body of the Year

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12 Media Agency of the Year

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Judges

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    Richard Marks

    Owner, Resarch the Media

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    David Pidgeon

    Editor, Mediatel Newsline

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    Lynne Robinson

    Research Director, IPA

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    Jonny Protheroe

    Head of Market Insights, Google

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    Belinda Beeftink

    Deputy Research Director, IPA

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    Brian Jacobs

    Founder, Brian Jacobs & Associates

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    David Brennan

    Founder, Media Native

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    Denise Turner

    Insight Director, Newsworks

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    Andy Marrs

    Global Accounts Measurement Manager, Facebook

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    Catherine Blizzard

    Director of Marketing and Audiences, BBC

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Richard Marks

Owner, Resarch the Media

Richard provides consultancy to media owners, industry bodies and agencies. He has three decades of experience in media research, encompassing custom research, panels, currency audience measurement and data integration. Before setting up Research The Media in 2012, whilst Global CEO of Kantar Media Audiences, Richard oversaw media measurement in 60 countries around the world. Richard is a regular speaker at international media conferences and is also Research Director for ASI (Advertising Seminars International). He is a media industry commentator for Mediatel Newsline and a regular blogger on media issues at www.researchthemedia.com. He can be found on Twitter @Richardmlive.


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David Pidgeon

Editor, Mediatel Newsline

As editor, David oversees the full operation, publishing industry news, interviews, opinion and analysis on a daily basis. He has edited the platform since 2012.Contact David on: david.pidgeon@mediatel.co.uk / 020 7420 3252


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Lynne Robinson

Research Director, IPA

Lynne Robinson is the Research Director of the IPA - the charted institute for UK communications agencies. In this role she is responsible for representing agency interests on all the UK industry media research contracts at both board and technical levels. Lynne is also responsible for the IPA TouchPoints Survey which provides a time-based view of how media usage fits into consumers’ daily lives and the first, industry-available, cross media channel planner. Lynne began her career at J. Walter Thompson and was the Media Research Director of Leo Burnett prior to joining the IPA. Lynne is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars around the world and was the first female chair of the UK Media Research Group.


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Jonny Protheroe

Head of Market Insights, Google

Jonny leads the UK research team at Google, focusing on audience measurement, advertising effectiveness and digital consumer insights, with the aim of helping advertisers and agencies make better data-driven decisions. Jonny has worked at Google since 2010, and previously worked in insights and analytics roles at Aegis Media.


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Belinda Beeftink

Deputy Research Director, IPA

Belinda is the Deputy Research Director of the IPA - the trade association for UK communications agencies. In this role she is responsible for the day to day running of the IPA TouchPoints Initiative and the implementation of TouchPoints moving forward. TouchPoints provides a time based view of how media usage fits into consumers' daily lives and a multi media channel planner and has been running since 2006. In addition to the TouchPoints Initiative Belinda also works on all aspects of the IPA Media Research remit representing agency interests on all the UK industry media research contracts at board and technical levels. Prior to joining the IPA in January 2007, Belinda has worked for a data bureaux specialising in media research software, for a TV sales house and for a top ten media agency on both UK and international business. Belinda is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars and is a past chairman of the UK Media Research Group.


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Brian Jacobs

Founder, Brian Jacobs & Associates

Brian Jacobs spent over 35 years in advertising, media and research agencies including spells at Leo Burnett (UK, EMEA, International Media Director), Carat International (Managing Director), Universal McCann (EMEA Director) and Millward Brown (EVP, Global Media). He has worked in the UK, EMEA and globally based in the USA. His experience covers shifts from full-service ad agencies to media agencies; from traditional single-commercial-channel TV to multi-faceted digital channels; and from media planning to multi-disciplinary communication planning. Over his time in agencies Brian was responsible for media activities on a number of major accounts – including P&G, Unilever, The Coca-Cola Company, McDonald’s, Kellogg’s, Diageo, Volkswagen and adidas. He also represented the agency sector on numerous media industry committees, including the BARB Management Committee. In 2006 Brian started Brian Jacobs and Associates (www.bjanda.com), a consultancy business that has advertisers, media agencies and trade bodies amongst its clients and which has done work including creative and media agency pitches, market research projects, media agency positioning, and advising advertisers on agency fees. Brian has co-authored two books on the media industry. ‘Spending Advertising Money’ with the late Dr Simon Broadbent was published in 1984; ‘Social Media Marketing’ with Jouko Ahvenainen, Alan Moore and Ajit Jaokar appeared in 2009. His weekly blog (The Cog Blog) is widely read throughout the industry and can be found at www.bjanda.com/blog.


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David Brennan

Founder, Media Native


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Denise Turner

Insight Director, Newsworks

Denise joined Newsworks in 2015. She is responsible for designing and executing Newsworks' insight programme. Denise has 24 years of experience in both full-service and media agencies. Before Newsworks, Denise was chief insight officer at Havas Media Group.


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Andy Marrs

Global Accounts Measurement Manager, Facebook

Andy leads the Global Accounts EMEA Marketing Science team at Facebook. His team are responsible for driving strategic measurement partnerships with Facebook’s largest Global Advertiser to help them understand and improve the effectiveness of their advertising across digital platforms and other media. Andy has worked at Facebook since 2014, and previously lead Research & Planning at the mobile marketing company WEVE.


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Catherine Blizzard

Director of Marketing and Audiences, BBC

Catherine is Director of marketing and audiences for BBC World Service, which offers a multi-platform news service in English and 27 languages to millions around the world on TV, radio and digital platforms, including online and mobile devices, as well as social media - either directly or through syndicated content via partners. Catherine is responsible for audience measurement, evaluation of services and the provision of business focussed insight to editorial, strategy, digital and business development teams - in addition to running Marketing and an in house creative team. Prior to joining the BBC, Catherine held a number of roles at the Central Office of Information (COI). She joined as its Director of Research, and then took the post of Group Client Director at COI, responsible for through the line marketing campaigns on behalf of Government clients across the Education, Skills and Culture sectors, and finally worked as a managing consultant in the Strategy and Planning team. Catherine started her career as a Graduate Trainee in Birds Eye Walls, moving to ITV’s Carlton Television, where she headed the sales research team.


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