Audience Survey Audience Survey

Variety is conducting a very brief demographics survey of our audience.  Thank you for taking the time to complete it in full.  We look forward to finding out more about you, our dedicated readers.

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  1. Lee Logan says:

    Question 4 would not allow multiple entries. FYI

  2. Wayne S. Kabak says:

    P.S. And the weekly print edition is a joke. It is physically impossible to read. It is large, bulky and not foldable. There is no comfortable way to read it. So, I basically don’t read it.

  3. Wayne S. Kabak says:

    Variety has really gone down the tubes since it has ceased publishing a print edition. My inbox is flooded all day long with alleged “breaking news” which is often not of much import. Instead of being able to peruse a useful compilation in print at the end of the day, I’m faced with the prospect of reading Variety article by article on the internet…often during a busy work day. I read so much less of this publication since it has abandoned print.

  4. Stan Bloomfield says:

    As an educator of Humanities (secondary and college level students) I object to your exclusion of education as a ‘category’ in your survey. I have found your “new” printed Variety full of glorification of business people, boring starlets and hopefully upcoming performers and self important entertainment personnel. Where are the reviews of theatre , music, ballet events both in New York, london, and theatres throughout the world-as in Variety of the past.? I have decided to cancel my subscription as my students are not benefitting from current issues. What a terrible waste of paper and email information. Bring back the former Variety with its focus on world wide cultural news and stop focusing on so called “important’ moguls!

  5. I, Jeffrey alan Castillo, possess an associates in arts degree, completed in roman calendar year 1989, re-entered northern Illinois university, under its’ state of Illinois community college compact, and was the ART c.r.i.t.i.c. for the HUSKIE weekender, a news magazine or media supplement to the /northern s.t.a.r.: STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF n(ORTHERN) I(LLINOIS) u(NIVERSITY), published MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND Friday___ never Saturday and definitely NEVER sunday, in the fall semester of 1991, when I was a full time student at N.I.U..

  6. I have purchased Daytona 500 tickets for my boys for Christmas. Can the tickets please be sent to my address by Christmas eve day?

  7. Lynne Houser Reese says:

    Some like to be negative and some positive – so complete the survey to the best of your ability and submit it..stop criticizing!

  8. Your survey is not working the way it should. It did not allow me to put in all the organizations I belong to—it would only accept ONE!
    This is a stupid survey. What is the point? You learn nothing from this.

  9. Paul Suarez says:

    What does the red asterisk at the end of questions 3 and 4 refer to?

  10. James Middleton says:

    The survey page is not functioning properly. It will not allow me to enter multiple guild memberships. I will delay filling out the survey until it is fixed.

  11. Cary Brown says:

    i started my subscription 1 year ago at a special rate of $99…i am dismayed now that i am asked to renew at 3X that rate…i have taken the decision to not renew….sadly…

    • Anon says:

      That’s how they get you, a business model that’s used by companies, i.e Time Warner, AT&T etc, etc!! Offering a low annual subscription price and when it expires, get ready for the true bill. It’s a business.

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