U.S. consumers spend about 14 hours each week tuning in to the radio, making it the second-most consumed form of media after TV.
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Sometimes the best way to communicate with busy people is to disrupt them. In some cases, doing so can also drive purchase intent.
Music to our Ears
We listen to an average of 14 hours of radio each week, making it a huge part of our media diets.
77% of Asian Americans have bought something online in the past year.
Nielsen Knows People
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