Tag: data

05/02

This Is How Long Your Podcast Should Be

At NAB, Rob Walch, VP at Libsyn (and a very smart guy) attempted to debunk the "myth" that shorter-length podcasts are more popular than long-form shows. And he did it by sharing Libsyn data indicating that "84% of podcasts with more than 100,000 downloads were more than 51 minutes long while just 9.9% were less than 30 minutes." By contrast, tons of largely attitudinal research has shown that listeners want shorter rather than longer shows, and the length of a show is one of the obstacles to its consumption. So what's the truth? And can you argue with actual data? Of course you … [Read more...]

05/01

Media Unplugged: Inside Media’s Data-Driven Future

Inside media's data-driven future. And... Here's how advertisers ignore data. Plus, rants and raves about overt messaging and suspension of disbelief, Disney's new Star Wars Land, and how Suave fooled a bunch of beauty influencers into thinking it was luxury haircare - but how the joke may be on Suave. It’s episode 62 of Media Unplugged with branding authority Tom Asacker and media strategist Mark Ramsey. This episode is brought to you by StackAdapt,  an omnichannel digital advertising platform that helps brands accelerate customer acquisition. Listen as we go inside … [Read more...]

11/13

How Spotify’s Data Insights Propel Their Strategy

What if music genres are a lot less important to how listeners tune in music than "use case" moments? That is, what if what you want to do while you're listening is more important than the genre you are listening to? That's just one insight from Spotify's deep dive into their massive dataset. Think about the implications of that for a moment. It suggests that you should spend less time trumpeting your genre and more time trumpeting the moments that your genre is suited for in the lives of your listeners.  Brian Benedik, Spotify's VP and Global Head of Ad Monetization, reveals some of … [Read more...]

11/08

What Does Sprint’s Unlimited Data Plan Say About NextRadio?

Lots of folks in the radio space are talking about Emmis' NextRadio initiative to activate FM chips in smartphones (here and here), but not a lot of folks in the industry are paying attention to NextRadio's primary partner, Sprint. Remember that one of the driving arguments for NextRadio is that consumers can conserve bandwidth by tuning in radio over-the-air without eating up precious bits and bytes. But nobody in radio seemed to notice Sprint's announcement last month that they would offer unlimited data plans in an effort to compete with the same type of offer from T-Mobile. As … [Read more...]

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