Researchers seek people who have interacted with BBC
Monday, May 12, 2008
Please note the discussion sessions are now fully booked. Thank you.
Friday, April 11, 2008
Have you ever contacted or sent anything in to the BBC?
Maybe you've emailed in a photo of a news event or a nature scene, posted on a BBC blog or message board, or phoned up a radio programme to have your say. Perhaps you've done something else that was used on a BBC website, or on the TV or radio.
If so, we could use your help! Researchers at Cardiff University have teamed up with the BBC to find out more about how audiences interact and work with the BBC to produce its internet and broadcast content.
As part of our audience research we’re setting up a series of small guided discussions at the University, and need you to take part.
What we want:
You, to participate in a 2-hour guided discussion based at Cardiff University about how audiences interact with the BBC
What you get:
- £20 to compensate you for your time
- Tasty snacks and refreshments
- An interesting discussion with like-minded people and the knowledge that what you say will feed into a major piece of BBC-funded research
If you're interested or want to find out more please contact Dr Andy Williams at the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University with your email address and phone number along with a short description of the way(s) you’ve interacted with BBC before.
Tel: 02920 870088