The Spotify-Slaying Weapon Radio isn’t using

April 10, 2019

In 2017, we identified three groups of listeners who were increasingly turning away from radio and towards on-demand services to find out about the latest music releases, namely: Teenagers Listeners who regularly use on-demand services such as Spotify Listeners who have Apple CarPlay or Android Audio in their car. We warned that radio would completely … Continue reading The Spotify-Slaying Weapon Radio isn’t using »

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Alexa, Are My Station’s Smart Speaker Promos Working?

March 12, 2019
Amazon Echo Alexa

Part one of a five-part blog series, “The Alexa Effect: How Radio Can Thrive in a Connected World” When smart speakers appeared, savvy radio programmers instantly saw the potential for these audio-oriented devices to bring their programming back into listeners’ homes, especially as traditional AM/FM radios become endangered species. We’ve told listeners precisely what to … Continue reading Alexa, Are My Station’s Smart Speaker Promos Working? »

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WEBINAR: Alexa and the Vanishing AM/FM Radio

October 27, 2017

Here’s our October 26th, 2017 webinar about how new devices and new listening options impact radio’s role in new music discovery:   Check out our related blog posts: Alexa and the Vanishing AM/FM Radio Do People Really ask Alexa to Play Local Radio? The Three Threats to Radio’s Role in New Music Discovery  

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The Three Threats to Radio’s Role in New Music Discovery

October 17, 2017

This post is the third in a series exploring how changing technology impacts radio listening, music consumption, and radio’s role at introducing listeners to new music. Our last post showed how people who own smart speakers, such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home, are indeed more likely to stream local FM stations, but are … Continue reading The Three Threats to Radio’s Role in New Music Discovery »

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