Peter Langschmidt on LSMs and the change to SEMs

In this interview, on the Redzone Channel with Editor in Chief Jeremy Maggs, the PRC’s Research Consultant Peter Langschmidt, discusses “LSMs and the change to SEMs“. The Redzone is South Africa’s […]

Australians prefer radio for breakfast, TV after dinner

This market research update from Roy Morgan shows that 27.9% Australians prefer radio for breakfast. It also shows that reading a print or online newspaper is a favourite breakfast time […]

PAMS: Fusing the future

Author, editor and expert in print media, Danette Breitenbach, covered the PAMS Launch presentation at the Bryanston Country Club on 13 February, 2018. Her reflections from the day are in […]

“A magazine is a beautiful physical object that offers respite from social media”

Alex Bilmes, Editor of Esquire, believes magazine trends in 2018 will pursue a strategy to go more upmarket in an effort to drive magazines sales upwards. This article in the […]

Print Power: A Programmatic Case Study Integrating Online & Offline

This Print Power article unpacks a Programmatic case study, by the insight team at Britain’s Royal Mail MarketReach, for retail brand JD Williams’ campaign. The objective of the campaign was to […]

READ: Publisher Research Council Research Presentation

The PRC’s Peter Langschmidt and experts from TNS Kantar, GfK and WhyFive deliver research results from their studies in this READ Presentation PRC READ LAUNCH APRIL 2017   

Marketing Relevance In An Omnichannel World | 2015

Today’s customers are more demanding than ever. They want the right information, at the right time, on any device of their choosing. Due to this high level of customer empowerment, marketers’ jobs are becoming increasingly difficult. For marketers to succeed in this environment, online experiences need to be personalized, relevant, and engaging to capture customers’ fragmented attention.