With the dust settling on the asi International TV/video and radio/audio conferences in Budapest, I thought it would be useful to post an update of the various resources available for delegates or people who are just interested in what happened.

As you hopefully know, I work for asi as Research Director alongside my Research The Media activities. Firstly here is a short piece I wrote for Newsline which focused specifically on the theme of millennials, not just on surveys attempting to predict their future media behaviour but also on the implications of them being better represented in samples  – that your audience estimates may be lower as a result!  You can read that article here.  Meanwhile I wrote a separate and slightly longer review of both the audio and video conferences for the website which you can read here.

Also we have put some videos of some of the sessions and papers up on vimeo

Here is the session I moderated on ‘Whose Data Is It Anyway?’ – with BARB. Facebook, AGF, CIMM, Liberty Media and Sky.

If you just want to listen to the audio, then it’s available as a three part asicast- just click on the button below, or find us in the iTunes store.






Meanwhile here is a keynote from Roberto Suarez-Candel of the EBU:

You can check out a growing series of videos as we post them on our vimeo site.

The Tony Twyman Award for best paper went to SKO and GFK – you can read about that here.