Tag: triton

08/28

What Broadcasters MUST Do in the Online Radio Space

What is REALLY going on in the online radio space in local markets all across America? Triton Digital Chief Strategy Officer Patrick Reynolds lifts the veil on one local market, San Diego, at hivio 2013. In this presentation, Patrick brings us up to date on trends in online radio and explains just how much online listening is happening to Pandora at the local market level (it's pretty astounding). In the month before hivio, about two-thirds of the market's online listening was to Pandora, while the rest was spread across an astounding 4,754 different sources, including many broadcasters … [Read more...]

08/23

Representing Radio at SXSW

One of the drumbeats at the recent hivio radio ideas festival was that broadcasters spend too much time in their radio-only silos and not nearly enough time crossing media and conference boundaries to mingle with new people and new ideas (indeed, this was one of the motivating drives behind hivio in the first place). Here's a chance for you to change that. Patrick Reynolds, Chief Strategy Officer of Triton Digital, is trying to get a session related to radio and audio on the agenda for the upcoming SXSW conference (you and I are the folks that vote for the "winning" sessions for SXSW). … [Read more...]

06/24

hivio Radio Ideas Festival – The Afternoon Sessions, including Pandora

Yesterday, I posted the morning sessions from hivio, the first-ever radio ideas festival, a free event in San Diego. Today, you can watch the afternoon ones. The event streamed live. Click the video/image below to watch the afternoon sessions. Because this is a real-time stream, feel free to scrub to whatever point in the afternoon that interests you. Over the coming weeks we will be publishing every individual Q&A and presentation. The afternoon kicked off with a timely Q&A with Pandora Chief Technical Officer Tom Conrad. [iframe … [Read more...]

06/19

hivio – the Radio Ideas Festival – is THURSDAY!

And if you're not here in San Diego in person, you can watch it live! It's the first-ever radio ideas festival and it's happening on Thursday this week. It's FREE - and it's invitation-only. We have a room full of people attending at a quirky downtown San Diego location. The day will include in-depth Q&A with brands, agencies, and media as well as trend-defining presentations. It will stream live in two parts - morning and afternoon. I'll update this blog post to share the URL's for those streams when they're available on Thursday. Home-base for the event is http://hivio.com. And … [Read more...]

06/03

Radio’s First Ideas Festival is Right Around the Corner

It's called hivio, and it's just over two weeks away! It's radio's first-ever ideas festival - a free, invitation-only event. We've got a full house at our secret location in San Diego on June 20 - dozens of folks have been formally invited and RSVP'd. If you're not on the guest list. don't sweat it. You can watch the whole thing online live! It's a day full of presentations, demos, and discussion with tons of authorities from outside radio about the radio and audio space and the central role of quality content in its future. Here's who's speaking or part of a one-on-one … [Read more...]

05/15

What Radio can learn from ABC TV

A few days ago ABC announced that they would begin live streaming content in two major markets with more to follow on a new app called WatchABC. NPR reports: ABC and other networks have long allowed you to watch their prime-time shows online after they air on TV, but ABC is the first broadcast over-the-air network to let you watch their live feed — including local news, daytime talk shows and prime-time dramas. Over the next few months, it will expand to cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago. Eventually, ABC expects most of its affiliates will be onboard. Is it the … [Read more...]

02/12

Is there a Business Model for Streaming?

Mike Agovino is COO of Triton Digital, the company at the leading edge of audio's digital transformation and monetization. The digital audio space is changing fast, as is its relationship to advertisers. And nobody is closer to the action than Triton. So what’s new? And what does that mean for broadcasters in particular? This is the last of a two-part conversation. In Part 1 yesterday, we focused on what's new in the digital audio monetization space and what that means for broadcasters in particular. In this part, we focus on the wisdom (or lack thereof) of simulcasting ads between … [Read more...]

02/11

The Game-Changing Revenue Opportunities for Online Radio

Mike Agovino is COO of Triton Digital, the company at the leading edge of audio's digital transformation and monetization. The digital audio space is changing fast, as is its relationship to advertisers. And nobody is closer to the action than Triton. So what’s new? And what does that mean for broadcasters in particular? This is the first of a two-part conversation.  Today, we focus on what's new in the digital audio monetization space and what that means for broadcasters in particular.  Tomorrow, we focus on the wisdom (or lack thereof) of simulcasting ads between over-the-air and online … [Read more...]

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