Tag: triton media

04/09

NPR’s New Ability to Power Streaming Monetization

NPR's recent deal with Triton Digital is more than a means of measuring webcast metrics.  It's also an important step in the direction of monetizing NPR's streaming content and sharing that revenue potential and that power with affiliate stations. Listen as I talk with Jay Sterin, Triton's VP Digital, about what the new capabilities of NPR's streaming assets will mean to the the network and its affiliates alike: [iframe http://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F42158391&show_artwork=true 500 166] Alternate … [Read more...]

01/18

Trends for Radio in 2011 – Talking with Jim Kerr

Triton Media's Jim Kerr peers into the crystal ball to anticipate what is ahead for radio in 2011. Jim is VP Strategy for Triton, and so is at the center of change in the radio industry.  Together, we touch on some of the key themes of change Jim outlined in his recent article in Venturebeat. Jim is a sharp observer of radio's potentialities, and I strongly urge you to tune in to his predictions (click below). [iframe http://player.vimeo.com/video/18797458?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0 500 281] We also talk about the challenge posed to radio by hyperlocal platforms like … [Read more...]

12/13

The Evolving Economics of Online Radio – a talk with Triton’s Mike Agovino

Does radio have a future in the world of online radio? Or is this a future that belongs to the pure-plays - the Pandoras and the Slackers? I sat down with Triton Media COO Mike Agovino to discuss the transforming economics of online radio.  Triton, whose clients include both radio and pure-plays, is in a unique position to see the online radio landscape in its entirety, and what Mike sees is good news for broadcasters. In this conversation, Mike covers both the cost and the revenue side of the online radio equation.  He talks about the "oppressive" licensing fees now forced on any … [Read more...]

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