In a world of ever-increasing media options, choosing the right channels for communicating with audiences has never been more critical. This subject introduces you to the fundamental principles involved in developing effective media strategies based on a sound understanding of the motives, desires and drives of selected target audiences and the specific characteristics of traditional and non-traditional media channels.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Describe the function of account planning and media planning and understand the critical role of consumer research in the process of developing an advertising strategy. 2. Evaluate different research methods for uncovering insights into consumer behaviour and media consumption. 3. Explain the properties of different media channels and establish key planning criteria when recommending and evaluating media choices. 4. Apply media planning and buying strategies as well as legal and ethical considerations by developing a basic media plan that addresses the strategic goals of the client.
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