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.
Pumped for Super Bowl LII? So are we! Check out our infographic profiling the Super Bowl consumer’s shopping habits, party prep, and how they listen to the game.
One powerful way to create recognition and emotion is through sonic branding, the strategy of using sound to differentiate brands. Audio signatures, familiar voices, iconic taglines, brand anthems, jingles – all are examples of sonic branding that use sound creatively and effectively.
According to the Google Economic Impact Report and AdGooRoo, 1.2 million American businesses use Google search and report $2 of revenue for every dollar of search. eMarketer estimates $40.49 billion will be spent on search this year in the U.S. Can mass reach media like TV and AM/FM radio enhance search impact?
The latest myth among pundits is that smart speakers are killing AM/FM radio. The claim is Amazon Alexa or Google Home owners spend less time with AM/FM radio. Here are the facts.
The insurance market is triggered by major life occurrences such as marriage, home purchase, and the arrival of children. Westwood One worked with researcher MARU/Vision Critical to ask Americans if they were going to purchase insurance in the next six months. Here are the results.
How many Pandora, Spotify, and AM/FM radio listeners hear ads? This was the simple question researcher Vision Critical/MARU posed to 2,617 consumers. Here are the results.