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Here’s How Radio Gets MORE Important In Cars

I have written extensively about the challenges radio will have in cars with a dashboard which is built to sync with Apple Carplay and Android Auto. I have also written a lot about what happens to radio when cars drive themselves (hint: It gets ugly). But there’s another force out there and it’s a force in […]

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Posted in alexa, amazon, android auto, apple carplay, Audio, car, ces, ford, future, in-car, listening, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, mobile, Moble Audio, radio, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog, sync, technology, trends

Forget about Share-of-Ear

“Share-of-ear.” It’s a mantra among broadcasters nowadays. And I’m going to explain why you should forget about it. You know what it means: We compare the time listened to radio with time devoted to other audio forms: Online radio, podcasting, mp3’s, whatever. The theory holds that any platform’s “share-of-ear” comes largely at the expense of […]

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Posted in Audio, Audio Trends, consumers, ear, genre, listening, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, of, online radio, potential, radio, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog, research, share, share-of-ear, spotify, trends

The Future of Radio – According to Teens

A recent Piper Jaffray report focused on the behaviors of teenagers and the consequence of trends in those behaviors. One of the questions asked teens what percentage of their time was spent listening to music in the following categories: mp3′s, Pandora, local radio, other streaming radio (e.g., Spotify, Songza, etc.), CD’s, or SiriusXM. The result: […]

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Posted in fall 2014, listening, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, music, online radio, pandora, piper jaffray, radio, radio industry, ramsey-blog, siriusxm, songza, spotify, streaming, teenagers, Teens, trends

What’s REALLY Happening To Radio Listening? Read This…

In order to rally and fight a problem, we must begin by recognizing its existence. The realities of changing consumer usage have certainly provoked action for my clients in what used to be called “newspapers,” I can tell you. But radio has been slower to action not only because the trends have been less dire, […]

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Posted in 2010, 2013, arbitron, Audio Trends, decline, hivio, Insights, listening, mark ramsey, mark ramsey media, Media, ppm, radio, radio industry, radio listening, Radio's Future, ramsey-blog, research, rrc, trends