A series of Nielsen cross-media studies commissioned by CUMULUS MEDIA | Westwood One finds the addition of AM/FM radio to the TV plan generates a substantial lift in campaign reach.
AM/FM Radio, Streaming, Pandora, Spotify, Podcasts, And Television: How Usage Has Changed Less Than Expected During The Coronavirus Outbreak
The perception is that every aspect of society has experienced drastic shifts due to “shelter at home.” When it comes to ad-supported media, the differences are not as stark as many assume.
Pharmaceutical Case Study: AM/FM Radio Campaign Scores High In Ad Recall And Drives Web Traffic For Brand
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.
AM/FM Radio Makes Your TV Better: Westwood One Adds Nielsen Media Impact Media Planning Tool To Its ROI Guarantee Audio Insights Platform
Westwood One has selected the Nielsen Media Impact cross-platform media planning and optimization platform to transform how we position AM/FM radio to national advertisers.
AM/FM radio makes TV better, adding incremental reach, especially among light TV viewers, younger demographics, and during the important periods of retail prime time.
In the last few years, Westwood One has amassed case studies across multiple categories that prove AM/FM radio increases sales with a positive return on advertising spend. Here are four in the TV, CPG, retail, and QSR categories that prove the effectiveness of radio.
Television and AM/FM radio are complementary broadcast media. Both are large advertising platforms with different usage patterns. So how can AM/FM radio, America’s #1 mass reach medium, entice viewers to tune in to a television show?
What percentage of your TV impressions come from light TV viewers? How can AM/FM radio make your TV better? Here are the results from a first-ever Nielsen cross media audience study.
AM/FM radio shows consistent strength outreaching many popular content destinations by millions. It also makes other media options better.
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.