Tag: love

02/10

Radio Listeners Have More Sex

A recent study set out to determine the difference between hearing music aloud and together with others (the way radio tends to be consumed) versus hearing that music alone (e.g., via earbuds or headphones). The study, sponsored by Sonos and Apple Music, came to this conclusion (reported in Mashable): With music being played aloud, families reported spending 13% more time together and were in closer proximity to each other (20% more of the time). That second stat may have something to do with the huge increase in sex. Globally, the music listeners reported having 67% more sex. While the … [Read more...]

10/18

Is There Love in your Audio Brand?

In her book Marketing: A Love Story: How to Matter to Your Customers, author Bernadette Jiwa tells of a visit to a restaurant. Everything was clean. It was easy to overlook the peeling corners of the laminated menu. The food was fine, the coffee was fine. As the bill was paid, the server asked "Was everything okay?" Yes, everything was okay. And if "just okay" is the bar you measure your performance by, then you can call that meal - that experience - a success. But when was the last time you heard anyone go on and on about an experience that was just "okay"? When was the last … [Read more...]

09/03

People Don’t Fall In Love With Distribution Channels…

...they fall in love with content. It's not often I make a post that is purely an image, but I thought I'd make a tiny - and meaningful - exception today. Enjoy. … [Read more...]

07/02

Does Radio “Need a New Story”?

Sometimes I just want to scream. Like when I read a piece in Radio Ink titled "Consumers do not know about the Power of Radio." That's right. With five radios in every household and radio presumably being a part of virtually everyone's daily habit, we consumers "do not know about the power of radio." We consumers must be stupid or something. As a result, say Radio Ink's 40 "Power Players," "Radio needs to tell a better story." Yes, the clichés are flying like monkey dung. Watch out, or a cliché might smack you upside the head! And the story includes a photo of the great Orson … [Read more...]

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