2018 is now in full swing, and with so many retrospective articles across publications it is also a great time to take a new look at media comparisons. 2017 seemed to be the year for digital and social media as seen in so many articles.
However, figures in other research publications and newsletters painted a very different image.
Continue reading “Radio: Consumers’ Weekly Leader”
It’s incredible to believe that 2017 is coming to a close. The year just seemed to fly by.
There were so many events that took place around the world this past year and many of these events left a mark in the world of pop culture. Similar to events that shaped pop culture, there were events that shaped and influenced how radio is perceived. Continue reading “2017 – It’s Been An Incredible Year”
The automotive industry is anticipated to see a slight uptick at the end of 2017. Although October was slightly down, end-of-year incentives should provide a boost to November and December.
However, it’s not just about incentives. Auto buying intenders are well educated prior to entering any dealerships. The question is how do you reach them? And when you do reach them, you need to understand their auto buying and auto servicing preferences as well as their radio listening habits.
Continue reading “Reaching the Auto Buyer”
In this edition, Erica Farber, President and CEO of the RAB speaks with Andrew Curran, President & COO of DMR Interactive. The company focuses on developing performance driven marketing campaigns for broadcasters and in doing so they look at what drives radio consumption.
In this podcast they discuss a key driver of radio’s audience which is employment and that opens up a lot of possibilities for both the content side and the revenue side.
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With the arrival of Fall, a shift began. Stores have long been prepped displaying décor for fall holidays and Halloween. Sadly, it is just a matter of time before holiday ornaments and decorations are available for purchase as well.
Although some of the things that people do may change with the start of new seasons, there are other things that won’t – like listening to the radio.
Continue reading “Radio – A Medium for All Seasons”
Whether you read ad industry trades, online or print news, there are always articles referencing millennial influences or changes impacting boomers. However, there is very little attention paid to Generation X, which Pew Research referred to as the ‘middle child’ in a 2014 article. Sandwiched between two larger generations, Gen Xers who in 2017 are somewhere between the ages of 38-52, are a much smaller group in size and therefore are often overlooked by marketers.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Generation X spends more per household annually than any other generation – approximately $67K which is almost $20K more than what millennials spend. Additionally, they have the highest household income compared to the other generations.
So how do you reach this often over-looked and valuable generation? With broadcast radio — of course.
Continue reading “Radio speaks to the “Middle Child””