Radio is an integral part of media consumption for millions of Americans. For some advertisers, radio is the best kept secret in media. In order to better tell radio’s story, Nielsen created “The Six R’s of Radio” — remind, register, reinforce, relate, reach, and return. These are key attributes of radio that can help advertisers build winning media plans.
Country is America’s radio format, owning airwaves with the best tailgate anthems, ballads, and songs for love and heartbreak. With the Academy of Country Music Awards coming up this Sunday, we take a look at this community-driven audience to better understand where they come from, what’s important to them, and what they predict will happen.
Edison’s Infinite Dial is the longest-running survey of digital media consumer behavior in America. Here are four surprising digital audio findings from Edison’s recently released study of 2,000 Americans, 12 years and older, surveyed this year in January and February.
The shot clock is ticking as we get closer to March Madness. To get in the NCAA basketball state of mind, check out our infographic following March Madness throughout the day.
As American media habits change, quick service restaurant (a.k.a. fast food) media plans are evolving. More than ever, the facts point to AM/FM radio as an ideal marketing platform.
According to Nielsen, AM/FM radio is America's #1 mass reach media and TV is #2. To grow sales and customers, these mass reach media play a strong role in the mix.
A Day In The Life Of An NCAA Basketball Fan: How Social, Video, Audio, And Digital Platforms Feed The Madness
As one of America’s most popular sporting events, nothing evokes passion like NCAA March Madness. The NCAA audio audience is truly impassioned, literally glued to our radio and streaming broadcasts.
You don't need a visual to get people to resonate with key brand attributes. A major motorcycle brand used Westwood One’s NFL and NCAA platforms to tell its story.