As part of the Digital opportunities programme (2008-11), we commissioned several pieces of research.

Phase One consisted of: a 'content snapshot' showing the current level of provision of work in digital formats by our funded organisations (MTM London), a survey of audience attitudes to digital work (Synovate), and a paper reviewing the evidence for audience engagement with digital work (ACE).

Phase Two consisted of: an assessment of the material held digitally by our regularly-funded organisations (BBC/ACE) and a more detailed report into online audiences for the arts (MTM London).

This research was commissioned so that we would be able to build up a picture of arts audiences for digital work and find out where the main opportunities were for organisations to exploit their work digitally. It also gave us a more detailed understanding of the main barriers to organisations working in this way.

Find out more about the Digital opportunities programme.

Visit our research pages to browse Phase One and Phase Two of the published research.