Welcome! Numeris is Canada's source for radio and TV audience data, and chances are you’re here because you've been asked to speak up as an audience member. Whether we've invited you to participate in our ongoing Meter Panel or track your viewing and listening habits manually for one of our twice-yearly Radio or TV Diary Surveys, don't miss this opportunity to make your opinion count.
While we'd love to have you take part in one of our surveys or panels, our methodology requires that respondents must be randomly selected. If you do receive a call from us, we look forward to having you and your family help shape the future of radio and television.
TV and radio stations count on insight from audience members like you to determine what programs to air and which programs to cancel. Regardless of how frequently you and other members of your household tune in, you can impact the future of broadcast by telling us what your favourite programs are, who you count on for daily news, which specialty stations you watch and what programs you like – or dislike!
Numeris is an accredited agency member of the
Canadian Research Insights Council (CRIC). The Council represents research organizations in Canada, advocating and setting up standards for the research, insights and analytics industry. Membership of CRIC requires a rigorous accreditation process to ensure compliance with best research practices and standards, following the ESOMAR International Standards and Code of Conduct for Market, Opinion and Social research. Numeris members and research participants can be assured that quality standards and ethics are fulfilled.
If you've been asked to participate in our Meter Panel, you and other members of your household will be asked to carry a special electronic device called a Personal People Meter (PPM). Your PPM will track your radio listening and TV viewing habits with next to no effort on your part.
If you've been asked to complete a TV Diary, it means we're looking to you to share your TV viewing habits as a representative of your community. It's a short-term commitment – we only require your participation for one week – but one that plays a valuable role in impacting the future of television broadcasting.
If you've been asked to complete a Radio Diary, it means we're looking to you to share your radio listening habits as a representative of your community. It's a short-term commitment – we only require your participation for one week – but your insight will help shape the future of radio broadcasting.