Orlando Riebman, Juan Chasan, and Pablo Cibella, ESOMAR, Latin America, April 2016
This paper presents findings that show how innovative audience measurement techniques helped Venezuela's second largest TV channel, Televen, to successfully navigate a tense political situation, while maintaining audience engagement.
Ana Cláudia Hernandes Fioratti, ESOMAR, Latin American Conference, Rio de Janeiro, October 2006
This paper presents the Study on Low-Income Consumers (LICs) based on the Consumer Panel, with information from 14 countries in Latin America, including the South Cone (Argentina and Chile), the Andean Region (Peru, Venezuela, Bolivia and Colombia), Central America (Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Panama, Costa Rica and Puerto Rico), Brazil and Mexico.
Ignacio Galceran, ESOMAR, Latin American Conference, Sao Paulo, May 2002, pp. 11-26
Based on results from the latest wave of the Roper Reports Worldwide Study, a consumer trends survey, this paper examines results of the 2002 wave conducted in Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela and examines relevant trends that shed light on the future of Latin America as a single market.
Hal Daume, ESOMAR, Qualitative Research, Singapore, 1997
This paper describes the variety of cultural differences present across the Spanish-speaking countries around the globe, derived from a 'ground-level' qualitative research study encompassing fourteen Spanish-speaking countries, territories and regions in Europe, and the North, Central and South Americas.