Following in the footsteps of streaming audio, podcasting is poised to continue to grow as a major part of the American audio experience. Using the Infinite Dial 2019 study, we look at how listeners are turning podcasting into a habit.
One of the first questions big brands ask when they begin using AM/FM radio is, “What about wear-out?” But concern about the wear-out myth is costly. Here’s why.
To understand the marketing effectiveness of direct-to-consumer firms and the state of their brand equity, Westwood One, America’s largest radio network, created the Direct-To-Consumer Media Attribution and Awareness Report. Here are the key findings.
NCAA Basketball On Westwood One: Delivering Massive Reach, Upscale Fans, And Making TV Investments Better
Whether at home, at work, or in the car, Westwood One’s NCAA Basketball audio coverage is a powerful tool for brands to reach this desirable group of engaged fans.
AM/FM Radio Makes Your TV Better: Westwood One Adds Nielsen Media Impact Media Planning Tool To Its ROI Guarantee Audio Insights Platform
Westwood One has selected the Nielsen Media Impact cross-platform media planning and optimization platform to transform how we position AM/FM radio to national advertisers.
In January, Advertiser Perceptions surveyed 301 marketers and agency professionals to see when they think AM/FM radio listening happens. Here’s how their perceptions stack up against reality.
First-Ever Podcast Creative Test Gives Brands a Playbook to Drive Branding, Messaging, Reputation and Call to Action
For the first time, we’ve tested podcast ads through a partnership with Advertising Benchmark Index (ABX), a creative testing service that evaluates every type of brand creative across all media. Here’s what we found.
In the face of industry hearsay, smart restaurants can use AM/FM radio to raise their share of voice in the market and drive sales. Here’s how.
Millions of Americans will be tuning in to Westwood One to hear every play of the biggest football game of the year. Here’s why tese fans are a desirable demographic for advertisers.
Procter & Gamble, an advertiser that has not advertised on AM/FM radio in any meaningful manner in decades, was the fifth ranking advertiser on AM/FM radio in 2018. P&G’s ranking in number of ads run is up dramatically from number 39 in 2017. Why is P&G turning to AM/FM radio?