When managing Digital Media in any sector it is important to remain aware of differing trends and research. Digital moves very quickly, as do the users of it - be that audience, actor, director, writer. Research can aid the process for more informed decision making in what you spend your budget on and/or how you design for the use of digital media.

These reports often come from many differing sources - be that professional associations, business/consultants or funding councils. However finding them can be difficult. Assess their value another issue. Couple this with the proliferation of the web and the complexity of most website structures, finding them can be difficult.

So ... why not share and comment on them?  

 

 

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