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Inside the Exorcist is Top 10 on Apple Podcasts

If you haven’t checked out Inside the Exorcist, now’s the time. The series is in the top 10 in Apple Podcasts (as of this writing). And it’s a solid #1 in the Movie/TV category. And it has been getting some glowing reviews, including this one from the movie/TV industry publication Indiewire: So listen here and subscribe. And […]

Posted in apple, exorcist, indiewire, Inside The Exorcist, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, podcasting, podcasts, radio, ramsey-blog, william friedkin, wondery

Media Unplugged: Apple’s TV Strategy Revealed

Apple’s TV strategy revealed! And… Video wins online – but where’s the money? Plus, rants and raves about Dyson’s move into electric vehicles, the scale of Amazon’s investment in Alexa, 12 questions that will change your life, and my own new podcast about the people and the making of the movie The Exorcist. It’s episode […]

Posted in 12 questions, alexa, apple, branding, dyson, exorcist, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, Media Unplugged, money, online, podcast, podcasts, ramsey-blog, tom asacker, tv, video

AM Radio: With Friends Like This…

Everybody loves AM radio, right? Everybody needs AM radio, right? Hmm. Maybe not. Imagine a world where a new auto model dispenses with AM radio, but even so experiences blockbuster consumer demand. Of course, I’m talking about Elon Musk’s forthcoming Tesla Model 3: Elon Musk, during a conference call hosted by Goldman Sachs a few […]

Posted in am, am radio, association, broadcasters, california, future, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, radio, radio industry, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog, scba, southern, tesla

Radio’s Streaming Effort May Be Screwed – Part 2

Yesterday I published a piece that argued two things: First, the decline in streaming for broadcast radio stations is real – it’s a trend, not a blip. Second, that decline has consequences not only for your streaming strategy but also for the strategy of spreading your radio brands across every new platform under the sun […]

Posted in digital, Digital Strategy, Internet Radio, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, pandora, pureplay, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, screwed, spotify, strategy, streaming, trends

Radio’s Streaming Effort May Be Screwed – Part 2

Yesterday I published a piece that argued two things: First, the decline in streaming for broadcast radio stations is real – it’s a trend, not a blip. Second, that decline has consequences not only for your streaming strategy but also for the strategy of spreading your radio brands across every new platform under the sun […]

Posted in digital, Digital Strategy, Internet Radio, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, pandora, pureplay, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, screwed, spotify, strategy, streaming, trends

Radio’s Streaming Effort May Be Screwed – Part 1

It’s one of the most disturbing results from the recent Triton streaming audio trends report, and most broadcasters are looking the other way. This is the picture I’m talking about: The charts show year-over-year streaming listening growth for pureplays (e.g., Spotify, Pandora, etc.) and for broadcasters. And it clearly shows two things: Pureplay listening is […]

Posted in Digital Strategy, disney, Internet Radio, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, pureplay, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, screwed, streaming, triton

Radio’s Streaming Effort May Be Screwed – Part 1

It’s one of the most disturbing results from the recent Triton streaming audio trends report, and most broadcasters are looking the other way. This is the picture I’m talking about: The charts show year-over-year streaming listening growth for pureplays (e.g., Spotify, Pandora, etc.) and for broadcasters. And it clearly shows two things: Pureplay listening is […]

Posted in Digital Strategy, disney, Internet Radio, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, pureplay, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, screwed, streaming, triton

Media Unplugged: 6 Second Ads – B.S. or the Future?

6 second ads…B.S or the future? And… How Hallmark conquered Hollywood. Plus, rants and raves about what happens when you remove “donuts” from Dunkin Donuts, the scathing critique that almost doomed TV classic Seinfeld, and the billboard that features 43,412 movie nude scenes. It’s episode 69 of Media Unplugged with branding authority Tom Asacker and media strategist Mark Ramsey. Listen […]

Posted in 6 second ad, hallmark, hollywood, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, Media Unplugged, podcast, podcasts, ramsey-blog, tom asacker, unplugged

Is The Radio Industry Too Selfish?

For years now, many in the radio industry have viewed the challenges they face from technology and consumer trends all wrong. They have seen it from the perspective of the radio industry, not the consumer. The latest example is illustrated in this article, titled: “As TuneIn Continues Subscription Push; Where Does AM/FM Go?” Setting up […]

Posted in future, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, netflix, radio, radio industry, Radio's Future, radioinsight, ramsey-blog, shonda rhimes, subscription, tunein

Radio: How Good You Are Matters

FX Networks boss John Landgraf has never run a radio station so far as I know. But maybe he should. Faced with a withering onslaught of content from over-the-top providers like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and others, Landgraf is the guy who coined the term “peak TV,” and since then the glut of TV has gotten […]

Posted in amazon, digital, fx, good, hulu, landgraf, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, netflix, peak tv, quality, radio, radio broadcasting, radio station, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog
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