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.
As the exclusive national radio partner of the NFL, Westwood One offers advertisers the opportunity to reach a massive audience of desirable and engaged consumers. Here are four reasons why advertisers need to be on-air in Westwood One’s NFL programming.
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.
As 2017 comes to an end, we look back at which blog posts resonated most with our readers with our list of the top 5 most popular Insights posts of the year.
Miss football? Get in the tailgate state of mind and check out our new infographic. NFL fans are listening on the go. Did you know that 58% of all NFL listening occurs out of home? Among Millennials, 71% of listening is on the go! Find out what football fans are grilling, what they can’t afford to forget at home, and what they’re wearing to support their favorite teams.
Despite billions of dollars being spent in promoting mobile apps, it’s difficult for these companies to get noticed online. The solution? Mass reach media like AM/FM radio. We partnered with Nielsen to conduct a campaign effect study for a major money transfer app to see how Westwood One’s NFL programming can be used to impact awareness and usage.
It’s never too early to start thinking about football season. As the official audio partner of the NFL, Westwood One offers advertisers the opportunity to reach a massive audience of desirable and engaged consumers and add incremental reach and frequency to television campaigns.
Did you know? The Super Bowl is the second most popular day for food consumption after Thanksgiving. Check out our Super Bowl infographic for more.
At Westwood One we’re excited to broadcast Super Bowl LI: our 30th consecutive Super Bowl broadcast and 44th broadcast overall. Here's why you should consider audio in your Super Bowl media plan.
Radio makes your TV better. We look at how one NFL sponsor used radio to amplify the frequency of its TV media campaign.