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Director of Radio,
ARF Theme Leaders
EVP, Research & Innovation: Cross-Platform
EVP, Research & Innovation, Global and Ad Effectiveness
Dr. Tom Evans
CEO, DTE Research
SVP, Marketing, Arbitron
EVP, Insights, Research & Analytics Clear, Channel Media and Entertainment
The Media Forum will share new research insights, as well as new methods, regarding the fast-changing media landscape, with focus on the impact of new media technologies on consumers' use of the media and exposure to advertising. In that context, the Forum will deal with all media, old and new, and discuss to what extent their role is changing in the lives of consumers.
If you have any questions or would like to get involved with this Forum, please contact Zena Pagán at email@example.com.
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At the ARF’s July Media Forum, discover and be inspired by the latest trends in media usage and discuss with industry leaders what the implications of these trends are for advertising and measurement.
We’ll also explore in depth the the role - and ROI - of radio, before diving into the latest research on Social TV and opening up a discussion with industry leaders on the opportunity that it represents for advertisers.
Joe Abruzzo – EVP, Chief Exploration Officer, Havas Media
Kelly Johnson – Sr. Director, Audio, Integrated Media & Promotion Research, ESPN
Pat McDonough – SVP Insights, Analysis & Policy, Nielsen
Radha Subramanyam – EVP, Insights, Research and Analytics, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment
Kim Vasey – Managing Partner, Director of Radio, Group M
Tim Spengler – President, Content Marketing and Revenue Strategy, Clear Channel Communications - See more at:
Jasper Snyder – EVP, Research & Innovation: Cross-Platform, The ARF
Horst Stipp – EVP, Research & Innovation: Global Ad Effectiveness, The ARF
Measuring media accurately has become increasingly difficult and the impact of poor research quality on the validity of findings has become more severe. Please join us for cocktails, networking and a presentation that will help you better understand today's media measurement issues and interpret reports on media usage. This forum will examine key quality issues and dispel common "media myths" that are often found in reports about trends in media usage.
Twitter: @the_ARF; #arfforums
Registration, Cocktails and Networking
4:30–5:30PM (60 minutes; includes Q&A)
Measuring Media Usage Behavior
Horst Stipp – EVP, Global Business Strategy, ARF
More Cocktails and Networking
Local TV is small and it is big. There are over 200 “markets” with each divided into smaller segments, e.g. zip codes, head-ends. And yet “Local TV” is also comprised of almost everyone in the US!
Therefore we are excited to announce, and invite you to our next ARF Media Forum program, “Local TV Audience Measurement: A Multibillion Dollar Story” on October 20th.
Venue: Hearst Corporation, 300 West 57th Street (@ 8th Ave)
The media platforms for content and ad messaging have grown dramatically over the past 5 years. As a dynamic and distinguished media corporation, Hearst Magazines has evolved its business to accommodate consumer demand, while at the same time meeting advertiser needs for creativity, engagement and accountability. Several Hearst management executives will present case studies that exemplify how their brands have successfully adapted to a multi-platform world and how consumer affinity has created cross-media synergies that further strengthen their brand’s disposition in a complex world.
Michael Clinton – President, Marketing and Publishing Director, Hearst Magazines
Bill Congdon - Publisher & Chief Revenue Officer, Popular Mechanics
Diane DePaul – Associate Publisher Advertising, Marie Claire
Marlene Greenfield – VP, Executive Director of Research, Hearst Magazines
Jeff Hamill - SVP, Advertising Sales & Marketing, Hearst Integrated Media
Jayne Jamison - VP, Publisher & Chief Revenue Officer, Seventeen
Giving non-members and members alike the opportunity to experience our Forum program, we invite attendees to join us at Audience Measurement 6.0 for this "One-on-One Conversation" session. We will address basic, but essential measurement questions such as – What should we be measuring? Which measurement technique should we employ? How would this be funded? Join us as we debut our new ARF Forum and hear from a quartet of senior executives who share their thoughtful perspectives.
The ARF is delighted to have a trio of industry leaders in charge of the Forum. Happily our initial Forum meeting will feature these three as speakers, providing us with three very different and compelling perspectives on the topic.
So please join us as we introduce our Forum with:
ARF Forum sessions are closed, member only sessions and cannot be covered by the press without prior approval from the ARF President and CEO. Learn more about the benefits of ARF membership.
Meetings are listed in Eastern Time and held in our New York City office unless otherwise noted.