Archive for April 2016

What Millennials Think About Radio, Continued

One of the very first data points we showed at the Worldwide Radio Summit 2016 in Hollywood was the mostly good news that Persons 14-29 rank their favorite FM radio station for music fourth in importance in their daily lives, behind smartphones, Social Media and video games. We say mostly good news because just behind…

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What Millennials Think About Radio

Last Thursday at Worldwide Radio Summit 2016 in Hollywood, NuVoodoo showed results from its latest study concerning the listening habits and media attitudes of Millennials. The sample of 2074 Persons 14-29’s was drawn proportionally from all PPM markets. Last Monday we teased the presentation with this chart showing the perceived percentages of time spent listening…

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What Do Millennials Think About Radio?

NuVoodoo will be showing off its latest study concerning the listening habits of Millennials this Thursday, April 14, at Worldwide Radio Summit 2016 in Hollywood. The oldest of the group are already impacting 25+ demos and the youngest will soon be hitting 18+. What attitudes are they bringing with them to the listening environment? We’ll…

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Songs You Love vs. Songs You’re Tired Of

In the one-programming-stream-fits-many world of music radio, for decades we’ve been trying to find the balance point between playing just the most-beloved songs and minimizing tune-outs and fatigue from repetition. As we do regularly in client perceptuals, we told respondents in our 2016 NuVoodoo Ratings Prospects Study who were regular listeners of music radio stations…

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What’s Important to Likely Ratings Participants?

As we’ve shown with our Ratings Prospect Studies for a number of years now, chief among the list of what motivates someone to consent to being part of the Nielsen Audio sample, either PPM or diary, is the modest stipend provided for their participation. But, lurking behind that something-for-nothing desire is the desire to have…

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