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The 2016 National Church Life Survey (NCLS) is the world’s largest, and takes place in October and November.
For the last 25 years The National Church Life Survey (NCLS), has been conducted in the same year as the Australian Government National Census. The 2016 NCLS is the sixth wave of the NCLS project which involves over 3,000 churches from more than 21 Christian denominations or movements.
“The 2016 NCLS will provide a snapshot of the Australian church, capturing its social, theological and geographic diversity. This is the largest and longest-running local church survey in the world, with more than 400,000 surveys ordered,” said Dr Ruth Powell, Director of NCLS Research.
CMA will this month launch the inaugural benchmarking survey for member radio stations.
To be launched in the next two weeks, this survey will be the first annual benchmarking survey for the sector, assisting Christian Media Australia plan how to serve members in greater ways into the future. It will also help develop annual benchmarks for the sector that will be valuable in the years to come.
McCrindle Study Reveals Great Results for Station Sponsors
Christian radio listeners are twice as responsive to station sponsors than commercial radio listeners are to their station’s advertising, a national survey has found.
The results of CMA’s second annual National Christian Radio Study were revealed at our CONNECT15 Media Conference last month. McCrindle Research conducted the study and Mark McCrindle explained some of the fascinating insights during the conference.
One of the major findings was that the number of Christian radio listeners who reported taking action in response to a sponsor message in the past year, was approximately double that of those who tune in to commercial stations.
The results of CMA’s second annual National Christian Radio Study will be revealed at our CONNECT15 Media Conference next week.
McCrindle Research conducted the study in two parts: a survey of Christian radio station listeners, and a survey of commercial radio listeners for comparison.
The study yielded some fascinating insights, which will be unpacked by Mark McCrindle during conference.