AM/FM radio delivers quantifiable results for brands. It reaches a massive audience, influences consumers when they are looking to spend money, and drives sales. What makes it so effective?
Number one mass reach media: AM/FM radio’s weekly reach is 93% of Americans. Nielsen and comScore put AM/FM radio above television, Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
Dominates in-car: Advertisers have a unique opportunity to make an impact and be heard on the path to purchase when consumers are in the car. According to the just-released Q4 2017 Edison Research’s “Share of Ear” study, 87% of all time spent with ad-supported audio in the car is with AM/FM radio. Advertisers can be top of mind before shopping decisions are made as consumers travel to stores.
Strong ROI: Nielsen has conducted dozens of radio ROI studies representing a variety of ad categories. Nielsen reports AM/FM radio has an average ROI of ten dollars of incremental sales for every dollar of AM/FM radio ads. That’s $10 to $1 in quantifiable results.
AM/FM radio answers the call for brands:
- Massive reach: 93% Americans reached weekly
- Dominates in-car: 87% share of in-car ad-supported audio
- Strong ROI: $10 incremental sales for every $1 invested
Reach consumers on a massive scale, influence them when they are primed for making purchase decisions, and rely on a medium with a proven track record of driving significant ROI. AM/FM radio delivers for brands!
Pierre Bouvard is Chief Insights Officer at Cumulus | Westwood One.
Contact the Insights team at CorpMarketing@westwoodone.com.