Industry issues

Industry issues

  1.    Blueprint for consumer-centric holistic measurement (2008)
    Audience measurementMedia measurementData & analytics

    Blueprint for consumer-centric holistic measurement (2008)

    The purpose of this blueprint is to outline a vision, objectives and recommended actions towards developments of holistic…

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  2.    Guide to organising audience research (2008)
    Audience measurementMedia measurementData & analytics

    Guide to organising audience research (2008)

    This document is primarily concerned with providing a guide to setting up an organisation to manage television audience measurement…

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  3.    WFA Media Charter (2008)
    Ad fraud & verificationAudience measurementBrand safetyChannelsMedia governanceMedia transparencyBrand safety

    WFA Media Charter (2008)

    This charter has been developed by the Media Committee of the WFA.

    Its aim is to state the advertisers’ principles and…
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  1. The Responsible Marketing Pact (RMP) is an initiative launched by the leading producers of beer, wine and spirits in the European Union.

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  2. The Global TV Group and egta invite you to an Online Talk where Peter Field will summarise the main findings of his study 'Advertising in Recession', sharing much-needed insights with all players in the advertising industry.

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  3. One of the most valuable tools an advertiser has to elevate their client-agency relationship and performance is a formal agency evaluation program.


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  4. Policy Action Group

    26 May 2020

    For senior European public/government affairs professionals and national advertiser associations

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