05.13.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
NAB Research and Planning Department awards five grants for broadcast research

Prior to the opening of NAB2004, the association’s Research and Planning Department announced it would award five research grants to academic scholars as part of its annual Grants for Research in Broadcasting Program.

Each year, the program attracts research proposals from broadcast scholars throughout the country.

The grants program is designed to stimulate interest in broadcast research and research on economic, social or policy issues of importance to the commercial broadcast industry. The goal is to make high-quality academic research available to industry practitioners and other academics.

A panel of academic and industry research professionals, the NAB's Committees on Local Radio Audience Measurement (COLRAM) and Local Television Audience Measurement (COLTAM) evaluate the research proposals.

The final awards are based on criteria that include problem conceptualization, research method, contribution to the field, and the clarity and thoroughness of the proposed research. The competition is open to all academic personnel.

This year's NAB grants recipients and their topics are:

  • Todd Chambers, Padmini Patwardhan and Shannon Bichard, Texas Tech University, "Media Buyer Perceptions of Media Salespeople."

  • William R. Davie and Philip J. Auter, University of Louisiana, "Identifying the Goals of Broadcast Weather Training: Developing a Model Approach to Learning Objectives."

  • Michael G. Elasmar and Cathy Perron Eaton, Boston University, "TV Station Marketing Strategies for a Changing Audience Measurement Environment."

  • Don Grady and Constance Ledoux Book, Elon University, "Consumer Adoption of New Radio Distribution Systems."

  • John W. Owens and Thomas Haines, University of Cincinnati, and Francesca Dillman-Carpentier, Arizona State University, "Presenting Radio Advertisements in Surround Sound: An Experimental Assessment of New Production Techniques."

For more information, please visit: www.nab.org/research/grants/grants.asp.

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