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Magazine & Newspaper Readership Continues Increase

Thursday, 15 August 2002, 10:11 am | ACNielsen

The strength of the print industry has once again been demonstrated with the release of the latest Nielsen Media Research (NMR) National Readership Survey, for the period July 2001 to June 2002. More >>

Crime, Not the Economy, Concerns Kiwis

Tuesday, 13 August 2002, 4:55 pm | ACNielsen

As last month’s election made clear, it’s crime, not the economy, that keeps us Kiwis awake at night, according to a recent ACNielsen Online omnibus survey. More >>

Kiwi Resilience Shines Through Post 9-11

Tuesday, 12 March 2002, 10:36 am | ACNielsen

Auckland, 12 March 2002 – New Zealanders do not share the pessimism of their Australian or Asia Pacific neighbours about the long term impact of the September 11 terrorist attacks, according to an ACNielsen.online study released six months after the event. More >>

Consumer Demand Driving Top Ad Spend in China

Wednesday, 6 March 2002, 9:51 am | ACNielsen

ACNielsen Study Shows Strong Consumer Demand Driving Top Ad Spend in China During 2001 Local FMCG brands, advertisers and outdoor post strong growth in 2001 More >>

Bubbles Top Drop for Kiwis Last Christmas

Tuesday, 5 March 2002, 1:17 pm | ACNielsen

Auckland, 5 February 2002 - Christmas sales hit an all time high for supermarkets in 2001, although the weather dampened sales for traditional summer highfliers, according to ACNielsen New Zealand. Sales increased 6.5 percent on last year’s Christmas sales, ... More >>

Print Readership – A strong performance

Wednesday, 20 February 2002, 12:22 am | ACNielsen

AUCKLAND, 20 February 2002 – More people are reading a daily newspaper on a typical day than ever before, according to the latest *National Readership Survey from ACNielsen Media International. More >>

Magazines Strengthen Performance In Latest Surveys

Wednesday, 20 February 2002, 12:21 am | ACNielsen

More than 33% of all magazine titles in the latest ACNielsen Readership Survey have hit all time highs. More >>

Farmer Confidence Dries Up

Tuesday, 5 February 2002, 9:12 am | ACNielsen

THE SUN may finally be shining but the outlook isn’t bright on the farm, according to latest results from New Zealand’s only specialist rural confidence survey. More >>

ACNielsen Wins TV Ratings Contract

Thursday, 15 November 2001, 11:45 am | ACNielsen

Auckland, November 15, 2001: ACNielsen Media International’s leadership in television audience measurement in New Zealand has been re-affirmed as a result of the company winning a new TV ratings contract for a further seven years. More >>

43 Brands Have Billion Dollar Global Presence

Thursday, 1 November 2001, 12:13 am | ACNielsen

AUCKLAND 1 November 2001 – Only 43 consumer product brands ring up annual sales of more than US$1 billion each and can be considered truly global, according to a study released today by ACNielsen, the global authority on consumer behaviour and ... More >>

Kiwis Turn To The Web In Wake Of The US Attack

Tuesday, 16 October 2001, 1:11 pm | ACNielsen

Auckland, 16 October 2001 - Kiwis went online to keep informed about events in the aftermath of the World Trade Centre tragedy, with unprecedented numbers seeking out both local and international news sites, according to the Nielsen//NetRatings at-home ... More >>

Rural Optimism Lowest In Two Years

Friday, 12 October 2001, 9:48 am | ACNielsen

FARM confidence has fallen dramatically in the nervous wake of global events, and the prolonged drought conditions experienced across central and southern New Zealand. More >>

NZ Organisations Shaken Out of Complacency

Thursday, 30 August 2001, 6:00 pm | ACNielsen

AUCKLAND, 30 August 2001 - More New Zealand organisations than ever before have started business improvement programmes in the past year, with signs that Kiwi organisations have shaken off their previous complacency according to the latest research conducted ... More >>

Asia Pacific Advertising Spend Slows

Wednesday, 22 August 2001, 5:32 pm | ACNielsen

AUCKLAND, August 22, 2001 – Advertising spending across Asia Pacific slowed dramatically during the first six months of the year, with signs the advertising industry is bracing for a tough year after the significant increases achieved in 2000, according to latest ... More >>

More Kiwis Heading Online To Plan, Book Holidays

Monday, 20 August 2001, 4:37 pm | ACNielsen

AUCKLAND, 20th August 2001 – The number of New Zealanders heading online to plan or book holidays has almost doubled in the last two years, according to an ACNielsen survey. More >>

Readership Results Show Growth In Key Categories

Thursday, 16 August 2001, 12:56 am | ACNielsen

AUCKLAND, 16 August 2001 – More people in New Zealand are reading specialist titles than ever before, according to the latest* national readership survey from ACNielsen Media International. More >>

Good online advertising provides brand impact

Monday, 23 July 2001, 3:39 pm | ACNielsen

Auckland, 23 July 2001 - ACNielsen.consult has released the first New Zealand Online Advertising Effectiveness Study as part of a wider investigation of online advertising effectiveness in Asia-Pacific, across New Zealand, Australia and Hong Kong. More >>

Over 90% Beijing Households Tuned To Olympic Win

Thursday, 19 July 2001, 2:57 pm | ACNielsen

Auckland, July 19, 2001 – Over 90% of Beijing households were tuned to television at 22:09 on July 13, when Juan Antonio Samaranch, the former chairman of ICO, announced that Beijing had been selected to host the 2008 Olympics, according to ACNielsen ... More >>

Yahoo!/ACNielsen Internet Confidence Index

Monday, 2 July 2001, 4:21 pm | ACNielsen

-- Study Reveals Breadth of Information, Ability to Compare Prices, and Selection As Main Motivators Driving Consumer E-commerce More >>

Asia Pacific advertising approaches US$30 billion

Tuesday, 8 May 2001, 9:04 am | ACNielsen

Asia Pacific advertising approaches US$30 billion Double-digit growth in 2000 but outlook clouded More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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