After a COVID induced break I recently got to return to one of my favourite parts of the world, Fort Myers Beach, FL. Once we’d picked up the rental car at RSW airport job number one was to find a radio station to suit the touring party – two mid Read more…
For the next number of weeks our bulletin will take a deeper dive into some of the key findings from our Sound Affects 2 – Audio Revival research series. This week we’ll focus on the first of the six themes that came out of the research – that radio is still king when it comes to audio choice.
Audio advertising content means that brands can reach people at times and in places that visual advertising can not and create a strong emotional connection and a sense of intimacy with the listener. At the Future of Audio digital event last Thursday they identified three key trends and big development areas for 2021
Music is a powerful tool in advertising and can be extremely important to a campaign on radio but is not always utilised to its full potential.
Even in the midst of a global pandemic, globally climate change has remained one of the top three things consumers feel at risk from over the next five years according to a 2020 study by the Foresight Factory.
This week we’re looking at new listening habits for the working from home audience, something that was covered by Radiocentre UK in their briefing earlier this week. While the data relates to the UK market it does provide some good links into what is happening in our own market.
The JNLR’s ‘Radio in a Digital World’ report, compiled by Ipsos/ MRBI from the most recently published listenership data, shows that listening to Irish radio stations via digital devices is growing.