Category: Why Radio?

From Jacobs Media: Does Radio Make You Happy?

From our partners Jacobs Media and Fred Jacobs’ June 1, 2018 Blog Post: There’s so much amazing content on television these days, whether it’s Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, or broadcast TV networks.  The most recent estimate is there are nearly 500

Old-school AM/FM radio the most popular media of all, says Nielsen. With 243 million listeners, radio reaches 93 percent of the U.S. population

Yes, radio is indeed growing, even in the era of digital entertainment and on-demand listening. Why? Find out!

Millenial Myths and Realities

Millennial Myths and Realities from westwoodone

AM/FM RADIO: THE CENTERPIECE OF AMERICAN AUDIO

Audio is hotter than ever. Podcasting is surging. On demand audio is on the rise. The Westwood One Insights team takes an in-depth look at the audio landscape and how Americans listen today. Here are the key findings from Edison

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Radio: The Strongest, Most Effective & Efficient Medium

Published originally from the Radio Advertising Bureau website, titled “Radio: The Strongest, Most Effective & Efficient Medium” Our radio story is compelling and the facts are strong. – Radio has higher reach than all other media options. – Consumers spend

If You Love Numbers: Radio’s Average Weekly Reach

From Radio Advertising Bureau website: http://www.rab.com/public/marketingGuide/DataSheet.cfm?id=1 Radio reaches an impressive 91% of all Americans age 12 or older every week. Listeners continue to turn to Radio for news, information and entertainment – despite an ever-increasing selection of media options. Read: Radio

The most-used medium by Millennials? Radio.

From Medialife Magazine, December 16, 2015: When you think of Millennials and media, the first thing that pops in your head is probably a smartphone. Then you may think of a tablet or a laptop. Or maybe one of those

Radio reaches the most Americans each week

According to the Radio Advertising Bureau’s December 15, 2016 “Radio Sales Today” article: Radio has been touting its high weekly penetration forever, but it often gets compared to monthly figures from digital and TV. Nielsen’s inaugural Comparable Metrics Report leveled

The smartphone has taken hold

According to the Radio Advertising Bureau’s December 14, 2016 “Radio Sales Today” article” It’s probably about time we stopped referring to that device in our pockets as a “phone,” because it’s become so much more than that. According to the

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