Last week, we introduced the Westwood One Sports Sound Awards: Basketball Finals edition celebrating creative excellence and highlight the power of sonic branding. This week we look at the strongest performers for purchase intent.
Westwood One Sports Sound Awards: Basketball Finals Edition Celebrates Happy and Exciting Ad Creative
To celebrate creative excellence and highlight the power of sonic branding, we are honoring the best ads running in our college basketball broadcasts with the Westwood One Sports Sound Awards: Basketball Finals edition. Here are the results.
The best creative hits the connection point between the message, the media, and the tools. When these three components work together, creative is most effective. Here are best practices for achieving creative success and moving the sales needle through sound.
Smart speakers are the latest technology on the minds of marketers. Whether being used as a source of music, entertainment, or information, there is no ignoring their prevalence in American homes today. Here is a look at who smart speaker listeners are.
For the first time, in partnership with Nielsen Catalina Solutions, Westwood One is unveiling results from a men’s personal care brand sales effect study. Here are the key findings.
Westwood One recently held the fifth annual Westwood One Sports Sound Awards for brands in our Super Bowl broadcast. VERITONIC, an audio effectiveness platform, tested all of the Super Bowl ads to see how likeable they were, what emotions they generated, and how well they drove purchase intent. Here’s what they found.
What was eMarketer’s recent number one most surprising finding about how we spend our time with media? US adults spend much more time with non-digital radio than they do with social networks.
Make room, Eagles. 2018 Westwood One Sports Sound Awards winners Motel 6 and GEICO are joining the winner’s circle for having the most engaging audio commercials to air during Westwood One’s Super Bowl LII broadcast.
When MoffettNathanson, Wall Street media research and analysis firm, reported on the poor state of television ratings in November, they titled their report “Worse Than We Thought.” Now that the Q4 2017 analyses have been released, MoffettNathanson’s assessment is television’s audience decline doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Here are some highlights on the state of television from the MoffettNathanson report.