Any way you slice it, U.S. moms are a massive group of passionate and loyal consumers who are decision-makers, multi-taskers, media junkies and have a collective buying power of more than $2.5T.
Not all moms are alike. There are stay-at-home moms, work-from-home moms, working moms, new moms, moms of older children and late bloomer moms, just to name a few. Generally speaking, moms are women who are making purchasing decisions not just for themselves but for the entire household. They are the consummate multi-taskers; they are socially active and aware; they value their time with family and their time alone or with friends; and they are constantly on-the-go.
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In case you missed it, read this commentary on youth and radio personalities. Despite what some may think about youth and their communication via texts, half sentences, pictures and emoji’s, the human voice is still important. And not just any voice, but the voice of a broadcast radio personality.
If you overheard a conversation and someone was referencing Mike and Patti, Letty B., Tad and Melissa or Ana Alicia, you might think that they were mentioning the names of friends. Well, you are close. The names listed here are of those that seem like a friend to people on a daily basis – at least to listeners. These are just some of the names of broadcast radio on-air personalities.
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“There’s nothing like listening to my Red Sox on the radio outdoors or in the car.”
“I listen to play- by-play more than watch games on TV since I do not have cable anymore.”
“I enjoy the freedom of listening to the radio for sports programs as it allows me the freedom to be outside working on various projects.”
“Announcers are funny. Commercials seem less intrusive and I don’t mind the interruption as much.”
These are just a few of the quotes we grabbed from an informal online survey regarding Sports Radio listening habits — sports radio simply works and works hard for those that are passionate about sports. It’s not just the “big” games, it’s every game. It’s the conversation, it’s the debate, it’s the voices, it’s the surprise, delight, defeat, and it’s simply the passion for sports that fuels the beast.
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of the Park for Fans”
Family. Culture. Music. Language. Diversity. All of these words describe a group with a 2017 estimated buying power of $1.7 trillion – Hispanics. And the best way to reach this group is with radio.
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During the recent Association of National Advertisers’ (ANA) 2017 Media Conference, Marc Pritchard, Chief Brand Officer at P & G, challenged CMOs to demand transparency from their digital media partners by eliminating ad fraud and making sure that the ad purchased actually reaches the intended consumer. Little to no audited proof of ad delivery should be considered unacceptable.
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Isn’t it odd that when you hear someone talking about a meal they had you suddenly crave it? And the more descriptive they become – using words like creamy, spicy, and juicy – that image comes to life, driving you to crave it even more. These words don’t have to come from someone sitting next to you to whet your appetite; they can come from listening to the radio.
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