asi Tony Twyman Awards

In November 2007, RSMB announced their sponsorship of the inaugural ‘Tony Twyman Award’ at the asi European Television Symposium, held that year in Barcelona. It was agreed that the award, in the name of the hugely respected Marketing and Media researcher, would be made annually to the author of the best conference paper.

RSMB continue to support this award, the recipient of which is selected by a panel of judges including an RSMB representative.

Previous award recipients, together with their winning presentations, are detailed below:

Name Size
2018 – Making Four Screen Measurement Fit For Purpose – Julien Rosanvallon, Mediametrie
Julien Rosanvallon
Tony Twyman Award winning paper at 2018 International Radio & Audio Conference, Athens
3.3 MiB
2018 – City Mouse – Country Mouse: bringing the Big Smoke to the Bush
Ian Garland
Tony Twyman Award winning paper at 2017 International Radio & Audio Conference, Athens
918.6 KiB
2017 – OTT Trends And How They Are Changing US Television
Brian Fuhrer, Nielsen
Tony Twyman Award winning paper at 2017 Television & Video Conference, Nice
4.2 MiB
2017 – Searching For The Optimal Radio Diary Concept
Lena Brun (Finnpanel) & Ricardo Gomez-Insausti (Numeris)
Tony Twyman Award winning paper at 2017 International Radio & Audio Conference, Nice
1.1 MiB
2016 – Solving the Viewing Puzzle: Assessing Reach of SVOD Content on the Big Screen
Nathalie Sonck (SKO) & Liesbeth Nekkers (GfK)
1.7 MiB
2015 – Unduplicated Ratings Across All Screens, Platforms And Distribution Models
Megan Clarken (Nielsen)
651.4 KiB
2014 – The Future Of TV (and How We Measure It)
Margo Swadley (BBC)
1.7 MiB
2014 – The Future Of TV (audio)

25.3 MiB
2013 – Screen Life – TV In Demand
Neil Mortensen (Thinkbox)
2.8 MiB
2013 – Screen Life – Audio

28.0 MiB
2012 – Video Across Platforms (opens link to SlideShare)
Bas de Vos (SKO)
80.3 KiB
2011 – Consumer Viewing, Measurement and Monetisation in the US market (Audio)
Matt O’Grady (The Nielsen Company)
12.3 MiB
2011 – Consumer Viewing, Measurement and Monetisation in the US market
Matt O’Grady (The Nielsen Company)
1.2 MiB
2010 – Moving TV towards the convergent media market
Bernhard Engel (ZDF)
23.7 MiB
2010 – The TV advertising recovery: how far will it go and how sustainable will it be?
Toby Syfret (Enders Analysis)
770.5 KiB
2009 – Opening Pandora’s set-top box: from concept to practice
Jim Kite (Starcom Mediavest Group) and Todd Juenger (TiVo)
2.7 MiB
2008 – The Billion Dollar Research Lab
Alan Wurtzel (NBC Universal Research)
309.5 KiB
2007 – How passive is passive? The EMM tested in The Netherlands
Bas de Vos (SKO) and Frans Kok (Intomart GfK)
4.0 MiB

*The 2010 Tony Twyman Award was shared by Bernhard Engel and Toby Syfret