A Short Analysis of Quality and Performance in The Radio Segment of Romanian Mass-Media
Daniel Burtic ()
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Daniel Burtic: RVE, Oradea, Romania
Oradea Journal of Business and Economics, 2016, vol. 1, issue 1, 38-46
More than one hundred years ago, once the radio appeared, mass media started to be more pronounced. Mass-media market diversified its offer, and the quality and creativity of economical agents determined a reassert on the competition and performance scale. For our research in mass media field, we distinguish two vital aspects of economic quality and performance: audience and financial results. In this section we will try to follow the evolution of the main players from the Romanian audiovisual market on the radio segment, taking into account these two variables: audience and financial results. Quality and performance in mass-media are two elements desired on one side by mass-media producers: the owners and employees from this field, and on the other side, by mass-media customers: audience and publicity buyers. We analyse the aspects of quality and performance in Romanian media industry in o period of rapid change. The changes are on multiple levels, and the most accentuated regards the consumer’s behaviour, market environment, technological changes and legal regulations. The changes in the consumer behaviour are determined by their perceptiveness towards the digital world. Quality and performance in mass-media are two desired elements, on one side by the mass-media producers: owners and employees in the field, and on the other side by mass-media customers: audience and publicity buyers.
Keywords: communication; mass communication; mass media; media economics; creative economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L82 D83 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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