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  Media market - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A media market, broadcast market, media region or simply market is a region where the population can receive the same (or similar) television and radio station offerings, and may also include other types of media including newspapers or Internet content.
Markets are identified by the largest city, which is usually located in the center.
In countries such as the United Kingdom, a government body defines the media markets; in countries such as the United States, media regions are defined by a privately held institution, without government status.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Media_market   (411 words)

 Concentration of media ownership - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Concentration of media ownership (also known as media consolidation or media convergence) is a commonly used term among media critics, policy makers, and others to characterize ownership structure of mass media industries.
The similar market structure exists for U.S. television broadcasting, cable systems, and newspaper industries, all of which are characterized by the existence of large-scale owners.
In small markets where the population could not adequately support multiple television stations competing for advertising dollars, the CRTC began permitting twinstick operations, in which the same company operated both CBC and CTV affiliates in the same market, in 1967.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Concentration_of_media_ownership   (1746 words)

 Streaming Media Market Trends
The streaming media market comprises various sub-categories, of which desktop media players and content delivery network (CDN) providers, also sometimes known as streaming service providers or content delivery service providers, play the largest roles.
Within an enterprise, streaming media technology is most often used for knowledge sharing and e-learning (also known as distance learning), adding to an organization’s ability to better communicate with its employees and customers alike.
Now streaming media is making an additional mark on advertising, even affecting pop-up ads, which now sometimes have voice streams attached (although their effectiveness--and annoyance factor--has yet to be determined).
www.faulkner.com /freereport/streamingmedia.htm   (2322 words)

 Market Place Media
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Market Place Media was acquired by Alloy Inc. (NASDAQ: ALOY) in July 2002.
Market Place Media is the only company guaranteed to execute your ad campaign consistently and with care every time.
www.marketmedia.com   (438 words)

 Bull Market for Media Bias (washingtonpost.com)
In 1985 the public thought the media "moral" by 54 percent to 13 percent; by 2003 opinion was split 40 percent to 38 percent.
What's disturbing is that, like restaurants, the news media may increasingly cater to their customers' (partisan) tastes.
If liberals and conservatives migrate to rival media camps, both camps may ultimately submit to the same narrow logic: like-minded editors and reporters increasingly feeding like-minded customers stories that reinforce their world view.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A62453-2004Jun22.html   (873 words)

 Polish Media Landscape   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
The major media employers' organisations are: the Polish Chamber of Press Publishers, the Association of the Local Press Publishers, the Convent of Local Commercial Radio Stations, the Association of Independent Film and TV Producers and the National Industrial Chamber of Cable Communications.
Existing media companies in Poland are currently focusing on securing their place on the market and developing strategies for the future.
Growing regional and local media market share has become the "promised land" for investors with the big newspaper companies, such as Agora S.A. and others, beginning to invest in local and regional radio stations in order to build their own chains.
www.ejc.nl /jr/emland/poland.html   (2519 words)

 Europe's contrast media market strongly tied to medical imaging equipment industry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Contrast media increase contrast between the target organ and surrounding tissues in the four main technological modalities of X-ray, computerised tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and ultrasound.
The price-sensitive nature of the market, compounded by price erosion as well as the pronounced saturation of the X-ray segment, are cited as growth-curtailing aspects of the European contrast media market.
Market saturation is expected to occur due to new imaging technologies completely minimising the usage of contrasting agents in many imaging procedures.
www.hoise.com /vmw/02/articles/vmw/LV-VM-11-02-1.html   (833 words)

 Media Market Research Syllabus
The emphasis is on the local media market and students will gain "hands-on" experience with syndicated and custom audience research for radio and/or television.
Students will be exposed to various aspects of media audience research including Nielsen ratings for television, Arbitron ratings for radio, music research, and terms and formulas used in broadcast sales.
We seek one local media outlet as a "client." Once a client is identified, students in ADV5505 serve as a "consultant" to the station/group.
comm2.fsu.edu /faculty/comm/Sapolsky/mediamar/medmasyl.html   (1072 words)

 Media Market for media monitoring, marketing and media intelligence in the UK and Ireland
Media Market for media monitoring, marketing and media intelligence in the UK and Ireland
We provide professional media monitoring services 24*7 across all media as well as in-depth media measurement, evaluation and analysis.
We can deliver media clips to a dedicated website, company intranet or email address from 8.30am daily, provide you with detailed media analysis reports on a monthly basis and if required install a media information management software solution in-house for you to maintain a searchable archive of all your information.
www.mediamarket.ie   (126 words)

 Dire forecast for print's future
In 1985, according to her analysis, real consumer spending in Britain on print media was about 3.37 billion pounds, accounting for just over 48 percent of the total market.
Subscription media's market share rose from 11 percent in 1985 to 45 percent in 2000, and it will hit 50.9 percent by 2010.
Growth in media spending by British consumers has outpaced growth in household income over recent years and will continue to do so until 2003, when factors such as the saturation of the mobile phone and pay TV markets will cause it to slow down.
www.medialifemagazine.com /news2002/feb02/feb11/5_fri/news1friday.html   (747 words)

 Media insights   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Mergers and acquisitions (MandA) transactions in the European media sector recorded double-digit growth in 2004, and are expected to maintain such a pace in 2005, according to the latest "Media Insights" report from PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Finance.
The U.K. media market underwent particularly strong transaction growth last year, with deal values rising to €8 billion (compared with 2003's €3 billion) and volumes increasing to 43 (compared with 2003's 31).
Publishing remained the most active market segment of European media MandA, with 51 deals in 2004 compared with 38 in 2003; five of the eight €500 million-plus European media transactions completed last year were in publishing.
www.hollywoodreporter.com /thr/pwc/talking_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000885148   (578 words)

 Media Ownership Rules: A Community and Media Market Profile of Phoenix, Arizona   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
In general, the intensity of competition in a given market is directly related to the number of independent firms that compete for the patronage of consumers.
Phoenix is the nation's 10th-largest Hispanic market; the importance of the Hispanic population in local media cannot be overstated.
New in the market is Emmis Communications, which recently made its entry by acquiring two AM stations and an FM station from their local owners.
www.benton.org /initiatives/ownership/phoenixmedia.html   (5461 words)

 National Media Market   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
It is the purpose of the National Media Market to provide a professional forum for the previewing and purchase of moving image media and interactive titles and products that promote their use.
The space contracted at the National Media Market by the exhibitor is to be used solely by the exhibitor whose company name appears on the application, as agreed to by the National Media Market, and only titles of the exhibitor may be screened.
The interpretation of this rule is at the sole discretion of the Market or its authorized representative.
www.nmm.net /RulesRegs2003.htm   (970 words)

 Streaming Media, Market Research - Wintergreen Research Inc.
Market share analysis includes conversations with key customers of products, industry segment leaders, marketing directors, distributors, leading market participants, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share.
Leading market participants are profiled, and their marketing strategies, acquisitions, and strategic alliances are discussed.
She is the author of recent studies on worldwide telecommunications markets and the Top Ten Telecommunications market analysis and forecasts.
www.wintergreenresearch.com /reports/streamingmedia.htm   (906 words)

 3PT - Media Buying
The media buy should be an inherent part of the overall advertising strategy, and effective media planning should work within the framework of the broad communication goals established by the campaign.
By heavying up the media buy at key times, such as the beginning and the final weeks of the election, the weight and timing of the advertising is matched with the political objectives of the campaign.
Then the CPP for the markets are compared to evaluate the cost-efficiency of the media for various geographic regions.
www.ksg.harvard.edu /case/3pt/berkovitz.html   (3423 words)

 Emedia Professional: The new dyes cast: mapping the CD-R media market - includes related articles - Industry Overview
Ten years ago, a coaster was a disaster, not only because media cost $50 wholesale and sold for $100 retail, but because it likely meant you lost several hours of prep work by a high-priced engineer on your fastest machine and an expensive CD recorder.
Ricoh, for instance, calls their new silver media "Platinum" and touts it is as offering "the lowest Block Error Rate (BLER) in the industry." While others may disagree on that tagline, each manufacturer is still searching for ways to distinguish its media from all the others in the market.
Adding to the media market's mounting volatility is the need to be able to record reliably at the faster 6X and 8X speeds promised in recorders from Yamaha, Sanyo, and others.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0FXG/is_n10_v11/ai_21249440   (1367 words)

 BNP Media :: Market Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
BNP Media provides market research to contracted advertisers as a value-added service and has been doing so for more than 35 years.
All aspects of these studies, including sample selection, questionnaire design, distribution, data entry, tabulation and report generation, are handled for you by our professional staff and conducted in compliance with established research practices.
Each member of the Market Research staff adheres to a "Code of Ethics" to maintain high standards of competence and integrity.
www.bnpmedia.com /marketresearch.htm   (184 words)

 Media Market Profiles - Regional Media News - Entertainment Market Analysis - Local Advertising Markets
The local television market ranks 21st in the country with 1.2 million TV households.
KMOV is often the strongest CBS affiliate among metered markets; in the July book, for instance, it ranked first in the top 30 metered markets in prime time and No. 1 in the top 40 in late news.
Louis' out-of-home market has several players, including the largest, Viacom Outdoor, which offers bulletins and 30-sheets; St. Louis-based DDI Media and Porlier Outdoor Advertising, which both offer bulletins; Gateway Outdoor Advertising, which offers 8-sheets; and Lamar Advertising, which took over the city's transit advertising contract after closing on its purchase of Obie Media in January.
www.mediaweek.com /mw/departments/marketprofile/index.jsp   (1901 words)

 Major League Baseball Market Size Study
I've made educated guesses at what fraction of markets outside their home to assign to teams; thanks to everyone who's given me suggestions on those.
When looking at market size as "number of TV households", I found basically three groupings: large market teams (with >130% of average market size), small market teams (with <=70% of average size), and a clump in the middle.
I'm going to list them here, along with their market size (as a percentage of average), which markets they cover (with percentages), and how those markets rank among the top 52 US markets (plus TOR and MON).
home.nycap.rr.com /nickandaj/marketsize.html   (592 words)

 Global Media Markets and Citizen Information
The information marketing formulas through which news is now produced have undermined the overall amount of public issue coverage on which sound public policy-making depends.  In addition, the quality of the remaining political information that makes it through the media profit filters is more politically suspect as well.
In the increasingly commercialized, consumer-oriented media system, the supply of public information is increasingly provided by communication professionals who run election and issue campaigns, place stories about political allies and enemies, spin the day’s events, and generally represent the first line of contact for journalists working on stories.
If such a market exists, it may well be found in the very same demographic groups that currently seem to threaten the future of traditional journalism: youth who distrust politics and traditional information about politics, but who have disproportionate access to the Internet, and prefer it as a communications medium above others.
depts.washington.edu /bennett/Media_Markets.htm   (5271 words)

 The Global Media Giants
It is a system that works to advance the cause of the global market and promote commercial values, while denigrating journalism and culture not conducive to the immediate bottom line or long-run corporate interests.
The two largest media firms in the world, Time Warner and Disney, generated around 15 percent of their income outside of the United States in 1990.
But that hardly explains how concentrated and uncompetitive this global media power actually is. In addition, these firms are all actively engaged in equity joint ventures where they share ownership of concerns with their "competitors" so as to reduce competition and risk.
www.fair.org /index.php?page=1406   (4896 words)

The development of optical media that meets the market demand for ever-increasing storage density was a crucial element in the fast growth of the polycarbonate market.
Of the 385,000 tons of polycarbonate manufactured for the optical media market in 2000, 75 percent was used for audio CDs and CD-ROMs, 21 percent for recordable and rewritable CDs, and four percent for DVDs.
Currently, optical media with a capacity of 20 to 25 gigabytes, where the pits are placed on the surface, is already being developed.
www.bayerus.com /new/2001/05.16.01a.html   (882 words)

 Ziff Davis Media : Ziff Davis Media Market Experts
A group of highly experienced and respected technology market authorities, the Ziff Davis Media Market Experts include renowned research analysts, authors and journalists.
He previously was Vice President, Marketing for the Hitachi Data Systems server product line, and also was Director of Marketing for AST Research's server and data communications product lines.
In his current role at Ziff Davis Media, Aaron is charged with developing comprehensive market analyses and building integrated marketing programs and customer development programs for IT vendors.
www.ziffdavis.com /products/research/experts   (774 words)

 Hispanic Media Market
In sharp contrast with recent declines in the overall U.S. media market, the Hispanic media market has been soaring.
The Latin music market is struggling to retain its younger buyers; the mainstream media are attracting Hispanic stars, putting pressure on Spanish-language media to retain its audience; and growing bilingualism are leading to a migration of Hispanics to English-language media.
The U.S. Hispanic Media Market will help industry players and analysts navigate the increasingly complex competitive environment and will serve as an ongoing reference work for strategic planning and decision-making.
www.wilkofskygruen.com /HispanicMediaMarket.htm   (450 words)

 The New Global Media
Whereas previously media systems were primarily national, in the past few years a global commercial-media market has emerged.
In short order, the global media market has come to be dominated by the same eight transnational corporations, or TNCs, that rule US media: General Electric, ATandT/Liberty Media, Disney, Time Warner, Sony, News Corporation, Viacom and Seagram, plus Bertelsmann, the Germany-based conglomerate.
While media conglomerates press for policies to facilitate their domination of markets throughout the world, strong traditions of protection for domestic media and cultural industries persist.
www.thenation.com /doc/19991129/mcchesney   (1096 words)

 The Media Market
Dedicated to the analysis of media, economic theory and the market for news.
He is a great example of an economist with the capacity to explain everyday economic circumstances to people outside of the field.
His apt economic theories have helped explain anything from traffic congestions to price correlations on open markets and general collective action problems.
mediamarket.blogspot.com   (2055 words)

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