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Location: Fordham Law School Building, Skadden Conference Center, 150 W 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023
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Tuesday, May 3 • 2:10pm - 2:30pm
Revisiting Quality Television: The Receptions Of The Audience

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Our research analyzes the perceptions of quality in the Spanish television market. Our aim is to identify the factors associated to quality television by consumers. The study is based in a questionnaire answered by 418 respondents. We use both direct and indirect approaches to measure audience’s perceptions. The research also investigates the influence of socio-demographic variables and the amount of television consumption in the meaning of television quality. Finally we assess how different genres or contents influence the perceived quality of the whole channel.


Alberto Bayo-Moriones

University of Navarra

Cristina Etayo

University of Navarra
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Alfonso Sanchez-Tabernero

University of Navarra
Alfonso Sánchez-Tabernero is President of the University of Navarra where he teaches Management of Media Companies. He is also Doctor in Public Communications (University of Navarra, 1988). He got the Diploma in Business Administration (IESE Business School, 1996). He has been professor of Strategy at the Institute for Media and Entertainment (New York), Visiting Fellow at the European Institute for the Media (Manchester) and President... Read More →

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H. Iris Chyi

The University of Texas at Austin
Iris Chyi (Ph.D.) is an associate professor in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on the economics of online journalism, addressing key issues and troubles facing the newspaper industry. Her “Ramen Noodles Theory” suggests that online news, like Ramen Noodles, is an inferior good. She assesses the viability of digital paywalls and identifies counterintuitive patterns of demand for... Read More →

Tuesday May 3, 2016 2:10pm - 2:30pm
Room 408 Law School
  • Manuscript # 1082
  • Session # C11

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