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RFL Communications is also the producer of the only daily market research news video, Research Business DAILY Report (RBDR), on YouTube and now available in the cloud via RealPlayer.

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Pharma Research (PR VIDEO Report) presents weekly market research news, insights and commentary for the pharmaceutical, health care, biotech and medical device industries.

Decipher President Kristin Luck on TMRE technologies (RBDR 10.23.2014)

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Today on RBDR: Decipher Inc. President Kristin Luck discusses the technologies on display at The Market Research Event in Boca Raton, FL that have impressed her and, in some cases, surprised her.

Hill Holiday and Civic Science #MRx study revelations (RBDR 10.22.2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Hill Holiday releases a TV program study and 2) Civic Science releases its “75 Show-Stopping Media Consumption Insights.”//

New report on training today’s researchers. CMO mkt intell tools (RBDR 10 21 2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Best Practices LLC’s new report on training market researchers to be optimum functioning contributors. 2) A blog comments on three top tools and techniques available to CMOs take control of market intelligence.

(PMVR 10.20.2014) Matt Campion reveals meanings of KOL has been evolving.

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1) CVS Health has 41 partnerships in place with health system partners to try to stem readmittance to hospitals by better understanding Rx complications.

(http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/10/13/cvs-health-corps-new-prescription-for-growth.aspx)

2) The Sunshine Act’s Open Payment website revises its 2013 reported payment by pharmaceutical companies to MDs, adding $1.1 billion to the $3.5 billion initially reported.

( http://medcitynews.com/2014/10/open-payments-didnt-include-1b-first-roll/)

3) Stanford University’s new Center for Medical Mobile Technology will capture measurable, meaningful wearable device data.

(http://www.mhealthnews.com/news/stanford-launches-research-center-wearables)

4) Schlesinger Associates’ Matt Campion speaks to PRVR about KOLs and their variable importance among pharmaceutical market research stakeholders.

Gen Mills’ Ryan Backer talks mobile MR (RBDR 10.20.2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) General Mills Consumer Insights Manager Ryan Backer speaks with RBDR about mobile research inside the business. 2) Important appointments made by Viacom Media Networks and JWTIntelligence.

InfoTools’ Ron Storeven’s 50-year projection for Research (RBDR 10.16.2014)

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RBDR is sponsored by Socratic Technologies, whose proprietary tools and methodologies handle marketing complexities so the you can make more confident business decisions.

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Today on RBDR: InfoTools co-founder Ron Stroeven predicts the face, resources and capabilities of market researchers 50 years from now, including how they they will access vital, available consumer inputs.

Quant for brand tracking is dropping off. Low-key mobile MR benefits (RBDR 10.15.2014)

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RBDR is sponsored by Socratic Technologies, whose proprietary tools and methodologies handle marketing complexities so the you can make more confident business decisions.

Visit http://www.sotech.com for a glimpse at research ingenuity, quality and consistency.

Today on RBDR: 1) Decode Marketing and brandgym have a study that says almost half of marketers do not have a quantitative brand tracking mechanism, leaving an unsurprisingly sparse percentage of them making brand decisions based on quantitative information. 2) Research Now’s Luke Sehmer points out several mobile device studies to document its importance in the research tool kit, while also pointing out several misconceptions about mobile’s research use.

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