Coronavirus Is Not Research’s Only Crisis / RBDR

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July 28, 2020

Today on RBDR: In Episode #61 of our “Research & Coronavirus” series, former IBM MR head and Anheuser-Busch C-level executive Dennis Murphy notes fact-based challenges which research faces. (We couldn’t resist. Commemorating #61 for baseball fans as MLB returns, enjoy Roger Maris’ historic home run in 1961 – called by baseball Hall of Famer announcers Red Barber and Mel Allen:

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How Twitter users connect w/TV. What’s specifically wrong with Big Data. (RBDR 9.30.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) Twitter reveals results of a study that shows a new dramatic link between television viewing and tweeting. (Story link: 2) If you have a strong and positive belief about the current state of Big Data, you will want to think again after you hear our interview with Slater Victoroff, CEO of indico Data Solutions, on RBDR. (Story link:

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The case for MR depts to change to Decision Insights (RBDR 8/25/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Bob Lederer makes his case for client research departments to rename themselves “Decision Insights” because it more accurately describes the department’s purpose and deliverables. 2) Dennis Murphy delivers what could be his final message to the research industry.

RBDR for August 26, 2013

eMarketer reports that digital platforms have surpassed television as the U.S. media content consumption. Dennis Murphy comments on how top market researchers are still relying on traditional survey research for critical insights. RBDR plans to address what it identifies as the MR industry’s most important issues, but we want your input. Email to share your thoughts.

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