Tag: ipad

03/23

Radio’s Tablet Future

To understand the future you have to understand the folks who will populate it, especially those folks coming into demos that matter - and those are the so-called Millennials, the 76 million Americans born between 1978 and 2000 who today are between 12 and 34 or so. Check out these important facts about millennials - especially millennial tablet owners - from Magid Associates: Slightly more than half of all tablet owners are Millennials. Thirty-five percent of adult Millennials own a tablet. Nearly half of all males in this group own a tablet—that’s higher than any other … [Read more...]

12/14

Why I like SiriusXM’s new Mobile App

It hasn't gotten a ton of attention, but SiriusXM's recently revised mobile apps add some functionality which I think makes a dramatic difference in the quality of the user experience and also transforms the meaning of satellite radio online using the familiar metaphor of the DVR (not new for the conventional satellite radios, but certainly new for their streaming versions). It's no longer simply the mobile way to stream most SiriusXM channels via the Internet.  It now allows a whole new level of control, as illustrated by this summary from SiriusBuzz: The “START NOW” feature which will … [Read more...]

06/28

TV is going Social and Interactive; What about Radio?

It is estimated that 23% of American consumers will own a tablet by 2012 (up from an estimated 12% now).  Tablets are built to be interactive media devices (among other things) and their penetration will only promote the transformation of TV into an interactive experience, including interactive advertising. And the explosion of apps powered by mobile devices and tablets alike has enabled a slew of startups built around the proposition of socializing the TV experience. For example, Yahoo's IntoNow listens to what you're watching: IntoNow makes engaging with your friends around your … [Read more...]

06/23

Paint your Masterpiece, Radio

You can feel the passion ooze from this Apple video which celebrates the makers of apps. And interestingly, several of the examples shown here are media (a.k.a. content) companies.  And a couple of them are in the radio space. That would be your space. For my part, this is not a pitch for developing on the iPad.   It's an illustration that content knows no boundaries, that content lives in different shapes and sizes on all platforms, that content and technology are now inextricably linked, that content - quality, innovative content worthy of a "great app" and an … [Read more...]

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