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The Problem With Podcasting is NOT Discovery

If you were to survey most folks in the podcast space, they’d tell you that the primary problem they face is surfacing their content: Discovery. That, of course, is the natural perception you’d expect to find among people with too-small audiences who can’t reconcile the size of their audience with the scale of the always-on, […]

Posted in attention, bravo, discovery, distribution, game of thrones, hbo, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, podcast, podcasting, podcasts, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, real housewives, serial, this american life

Media Unplugged: How To Win The War For Attention

How to win the war for attention. And… I am Keats, and so are you! Plus, rants and raves about TV promos missing the boat, and what happens when the company that makes checks thinks they can convince millennials to use them. It’s episode 57 of Media Unplugged with branding authority Tom Asacker and media strategist […]

Posted in attention, checks, i am keats, keats, mark ramsey, Media, Media Unplugged, millennials, podcast, podcasts, promos, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, tom asacker, tv

Look out! The Attention Economy is Collapsing!

Look out! The attention economy is collapsing! And… ABC Family Channel rebrands as “Freeform” – and who cares? It’s episode 35 of Media Unplugged with branding authority Tom Asacker and media strategist Mark Ramsey. Plus, rants and raves on yet another reference to the tired Oreo “dip in the dark” social media tactic, the mysterious connection […]

Posted in abc family channel, attention, collapsing, economy, episode 35, freeform, insider, mark ramsey, Media, Media Unplugged, podcasts, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, tom asacker, trends, unplugged

How to “Fame”

Think fame isn’t a formula? Think again. And RLM Public Relations head Richard Laermer is going to spell it out for you. A frequently-quoted authority on media culture and hype, Richard is a PR visionary, former journalist, and author of five bestselling books including 2011: Trendspotting, Punk Marketing, Full Frontal PR, and the forthcoming How […]

Posted in 2015, attention, Audio, fame, hivio, how to, how to fame, Interviews, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, pr, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, richard laermer

What Many Broadcasters Still Don’t Understand

When I read trade headlines like “who will lead Radio?” the implication is that there is this silo called “radio” which is independent from and not subject to the constraints of every other silo in the media space known by every other label. But radio really is a gift of attention by those who are interested […]

Posted in amazon, attention, connected car, dashboard, evernote, fractionalizing, mark ramsey, Media, om malik, pandora, phil libin, radio, radio industry, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog, trends

What Many Broadcasters Still Don’t Understand

When I read trade headlines like “who will lead Radio?” the implication is that there is this silo called “radio” which is independent from and not subject to the constraints of every other silo in the media space known by every other label. But radio really is a gift of attention by those who are interested […]

Posted in amazon, attention, competitor, connected car, dashboard, evernote, fractionalizing, mark ramsey, Media, om malik, pandora, phil libin, radio, radio industry, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog, trends

If CNN’s Ratings “Don’t Matter,” Why Do Yours?

The entire category of cable news is suffering a ratings slide. So acknowledges Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes. But what’s his solution? How will he turn the cable news ratings situation around? Well it turns out that’s asking the wrong question. In fact, CNN’s response has been to add specialty shows which are decidedly not […]

Posted in Advertising, anthony bourdain, attention, business model, cnn, digital, jeff bewkes, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, Media Unplugged, mike rowe, mobile, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog, ratings, revenue, sharon waxman, the grill, the wrap, tom asacker, trends

Solving Radio’s Attention Crisis – Mark Ramsey’s hivio 2013 Opener

Today, I’m sharing my kickoff presentation from hivio 2013, the Radio Ideas Festival. It’s called: Solving Radio’s Attention Crisis. What attention crisis, you may ask? Watch this presentation and find out, because the ratings for all of radio have been steadily declining for years and there are only two solutions to this problem. In this […]

Posted in 14 jobs, 2014, attention, crisis, featured, festival, hivio, ideas, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, strategy

“Passion is the Great Persuader” – Q&A with Tom Asacker, Part 2

This is Part 2 of my special conversation with branding guru and author Tom Asacker. If you missed Part 1 go here. Tom and I talk about his new book, The Business of Belief: How the World’s Best Marketers, Designers, Salespeople, Coaches, Fundraisers, Educators, Entrepreneurs and Other Leaders Get Us to Believe. Watch the complete Q&A […]

Posted in Advertising, attention, branding, brands, business of belief, desire, Insights, Interviews, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, radio, radio industry, tom asacker
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