June 29, 2022
How often have you started to create a schedule for an advertiser and wondered about Reach and Frequency? Which one is more important? When should I focus on REACH and when should the focus be FREQUENCY? Here is a K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) approach.
June 22, 2022
As radio programmers, we can become obsessed with our competition. Where do our listeners go when they leave our station? As the most recent Jacobs Media Tech Survey pointed out – all too often they leave for audio sources that are not found on the radio dial.
Until we have a “one-ring-to-rule-them-all” audio measurement system, we can only track our listeners to other radio stations.
There is value in tracking listening within our own ecosystem. And there are some valuable – and easy to use – tools available for you to do just that.
June 16, 2022
Even after all these years, we have a hard time referring to Time Spent Listening (TSL) as Average Weekly Time Exposed (AWTE) in Portable People Meter (PPM) markets. We also seem to love those acronyms.
As The Ratings Experts, we have the benefit of looking at data from numerous markets in a variety of formats every single survey.
June 9, 2022
Reach and Frequency are the pillars of any ad campaign. Which one is more important? It depends on the advertising goals and the buying cycle of the advertiser’s product. Let’s consider a few scenarios starting with the grand opening of a store. Do they need high reach, high frequency, both, or neither?
June 2, 2022
In a prior blog, Steve Allan provided his take on the recent 2022 Jacobs Media Tech Survey. While the news from the survey was not all great for Radio, there were some positive takeaways. One thing that stood out for me was the top reasons people still listen to Radio. Do you know what they are? Go ahead … take a guess.