ABOUT YOUR THOUGHTS.


New Zealand Media & Entertainment – or NZME – has combined assets that reach millions of Kiwi’s every week. Whether it is through our newspapers, websites or radio stations, NZME connects with significant audiences across many different platforms.

At the heart of NZME however is you, the consumer, and we strive on a daily basis to connect you with the content that you want to see, read or hear.

Through ‘Your Thoughts’ Online Opinion Panel you can tell us directly what you think of our programming and content, helping us to make your newspapers, websites and radio stations the very best they can be.

Our surveys are sent to you via email, and you can decide each time whether you would like to participate. Surveys could be about anything from how you feel about your favourite radio station to your newspaper reading or online habits, and anything in between. These surveys will cover a wide range of interesting topics and issues for you to have you say on.

Any information you share with us will, of course, be held in the strictest of confidence, with all results aggregated so as not to identify any one individual – you need not worry about your privacy.

And you will be rewarded for sharing your opinions. Every time you complete a survey you will be entered into a prize draw. The more surveys you complete, the more chances you have to win.

To join ‘Your Thoughts’, simply click on the ‘register now’ button, complete our registration survey and prepare to share your thoughts, ideas & opinions with us.

 

ABOUT NIELSEN


In 100 countries around the world, Nielsen provides clients the most complete understanding of what consumers watch and buy. As a global leader in measurement and information, Nielsen believes in providing our clients with a precise understanding of the consumer is the key to making the right decisions – decisions that can lead to profitable growth.

Nielsen are always innovating to keep pace with emerging market trends and the increasingly diverse, demanding and connected consumer.

To learn more visit www.nz.nielsen.com