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What Does Media Mean To You? - Cal Poly Study - Editors and Publishers

Oct 28, 2013 12:00 AM

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The Graphic Communication Institute at Cal Poly is conducting a study on what people think of media in their lives. It is entitled: WHAT DOES MEDIA MEAN TO YOU?  

We often hear that “print is dead” or that the Internet is the future. This study looks at what people think about their media options. The results will be of interest to publishers, printers, website developers, educators, parents, advertisers, marketers, media buyers, media users, and others.  

It will be of interest to groups competing for the public's attention and will "paint a picture" of the future use of media. It will be relevant for corporate strategic planning and for curriculum development in education. 

This brief one-to-two minute survey can be found at:

Please pass the survey onto your readers, followers, individuals, and groups--business, social, service, education, special interest, and so on. It is for people of all ages, walks-of-life, occupations, and interests. No names are requested.  

There are no other surveys of this type. A report will be produced.  

Thanks for participating and assisting in distributing the survey. We are asking for completion by December 1, 2013. 

Best wishes, 

Harvey R. Levenson, Ph. D.Director,

Graphic Communication Institute at Cal Poly

Cal Poly State UniversitySan Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0381

Phone: 805/756-6151


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