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Rise in Holiday Spending Projected for Key Food/Household Categories

November 7, 2012

According to an article released a couple weeks ago by the Radio Advertising Bureau, Nielsen is expecting an increase in sales across five key departments this holiday season (food, beverages, alcohol, health/beauty, and homecare). Spending for November and December 2012 is predicted to reach $98.3 billion, which is a 2.3% increase from last year. This increase in 2012 holiday spending could be a result of higher consumer confidence levels and increased impulse buying and consumer intent.

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2013 Arbitron Population Updates

November 1, 2012

Each year, effective with the October PPM and Fall diary books, updated population numbers are incorporated into Arbitron’s radio audience estimates. Changes within a station’s key demographic can significantly impact its ratings, even if panelists’ listening hasn’t changed at all.

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Looking Beyond the Obvious with Radio Quintiles

October 25, 2012

We get it. It’s obvious that we have to compete with many other Radio stations in our perspective market. But, what happens when you’re told, “I’ve been advertising on television or with newspaper and it works for me.” “It’s Radio or television, prove why Radio.” “I’ve decided to cut my budget on Radio in half, and put more on television/newspaper.” I’m sure you have heard this often. And, of course we can provide them with the fact that Radio reaches more people in your market than other mediums and that it’s more cost effective. But, why not take it a step further by showing the loyalty of Radio listeners when it comes to an advertiser’s products or services. Expressing the power of Radio with the use of quintiles might be one of the most underutilized ways of expressing the overall strength and loyalty of Radio’s listeners.

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How Can 35-64 Compete in a 25-54 World?

October 18, 2012

Start by asking, “What’s the real difference between 25-54 and 35-64 year-old consumers?”

Answer: Both groups share the 35-54 year-old segments, which leaves the difference of the 25-34 and 55-64 age cells.

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10 Good Reasons to Advertise on the Radio

October 11, 2012

Since the world’s first successful radio broadcast on Christmas Eve, 1906, the industry has evolved into one of the most popular forms of media outlets consumers turn to. Radio’s consumer base has a loyal and emotional one-on-one relationship with their favorite station and its personalities. It is a place where consumers can go to make an effective connection with their community. It is a trustworthy and reliable medium. In short, Radio is free to its users; it is everywhere; and it is a very diverse and flexible medium with a format for consumers of all ages, races, and educational and financial backgrounds.

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