Westwood One recently commissioned The Podcast Download Fall 2017 Report in order to understand the advertising environment around podcast content. The results were presented by Westwood One at the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s Podcast Upfront event in New York City. Here are the key findings.
Whether you’re a local advertiser who buys local cable ads or a national advertiser buying network cable, media plans are gradually losing TV GRPs and reach. As 2018 media plans come together, how can advertisers replace lost cable TV audiences? AM/FM radio.
With significant consumption growth and immense purchase power, Boomers 50+ are an audience segment advertisers need to take seriously. Target Boomers effectively with AM/FM radio’s massive reach and high time spent.
With the holidays in full force, retailers and consumers are getting into the spirit. The National Retail Federation reports that an estimated 164 million people are planning to shop Thanksgiving weekend alone. 66% of shoppers are venturing out to take advantage of deals and promotions while 26% consider it a tradition to shop this weekend. Others look at it as simply something to do over the holiday weekend.
Nielsen studied Westwood One’s 2017 NCAA out of home audiences in Portable People Meter markets. The results point to a big scoring opportunity for marketers to reach attractive, responsive consumers who are on the go.
Westwood One News looks back at 1967, a pivotal year in what may have been the most polarizing event of 20th century America. Nearly half a million American troops were fighting in Vietnam at that time and the anti-war movement at home was heading toward a fervent peak.
Nielsen studies prove radio advertising creates lasting impressions for brands. Effectively improving top of mind awareness through radio campaigns can generate strong ROI. If they remember the ad, they’ll remember the brand.
In a first for the audio space, Westwood One announces the industry-wide Westwood One ROI Guarantee, ensuring advertisers positive return on their AM/FM radio investments.
The wireless industry is one of the most competitive business markets in the U.S. Its major players are constantly engaged in a tug of war over new and existing customers. The potential merger of T-Mobile and Sprint will cause a new marketplace dynamic. In this environment, making sure advertising reaches consumers effectively is imperative. Enter AM/FM radio.
TV and digital have become known as media planning’s dynamic duo. TV is often credited with large reach while digital offers highly specialized and targeted campaigns. So how can brands grow incremental reach to increase the effectiveness of their campaigns? With AM/FM radio, America’s #1 mass reach media.