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A Tale of Two Tees

As part of hivio, the audio future festival, I’m producing a free t-shirt for all who attend. My instructions to the designers were to represent the power of audio – the theme of the event. I took the leading ideas and did a poll for folks who were interested in hivio, and that poll had […]

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Is Radio Serious about the Internet?

I’m not so sure. And I’m not talking about streaming here. It’s already clear that radio is not necessarily serious about that, or we wouldn’t suffer endless debates about whether or not we should create a business model native to the Internet that leverages all the wonderful advantages of technology to offer up targeting and […]

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TV’s Digital Lessons for Radio

Edison Research recently showcased some buyer interviews arguing, among other things, that radio’s digital-only doo-dads are less than compelling to many buyers and that what they really want is an integrated approach across platforms built around fresh ideas. So what’s best, digital-only or integrated? Don’t get lost in this “either/or” – it’s a myth. It’s […]

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