Last week Pfizer, the pharmaceutical giant, named Publicis Groupe as their new media agency and awarded Interpublic Group as their lead creative partner. One surprising aspect to Pfizer’s recent success has been its use of AM/FM radio as a key element of its media plan. Here's how Pfizer has used AM/FM radio to elevate their media plan and generate significant incremental reach that lifts brand equity.
Since 2018, pharmaceutical and drug store spend on network radio has soared +59%, according to Miller Kaplan. Here are two case studies that illustrate why AM/FM radio works so well for the pharmaceutical category.
In support of the growth in the pharma category, the Cumulus Media | Westwood One Audio Active Group® now has access to a new capability for pharmaceutical brands developed with data from Swoop, the precision healthcare marketing experts, and Nielsen that will allow data-driven targeting.
Pharmaceutical brands have discovered network radio. According to a Miller Kaplan network radio ad spend analysis, 2021’s pharmaceutical ad spend of $126 million was up 2.5X, skyrocketing from 2018’s $49 million.
With cable penetration falling from 90% of all homes to only 62% and a shift of TV viewing to advertising-free streaming video services, pharmaceutical brands need to maintain reach by adding new media platforms. Here's how AM/FM radio can help.
To measure the early impact of a pharmaceutical AM/FM radio campaign, CUMULUS MEDIA | Westwood One retained MARU/Matchbox to study ad recall among target consumers. Here are the results.
With more pharmaceutical brand attention on AM/FM radio than ever, CUMULUS MEDIA | Westwood One commissioned MARU/Matchbox to conduct two studies to measure the effect of an AM/FM radio campaign. Here are the results.
Pharmaceutical brands can boost ad recall, drive action, and grow brand equity by adding AM/FM radio to the media plan. Here's how it worked for one advertiser.