Given the breadth of media options available to consumers—and the time they spend with them—it’s important for advertisers to look at their media mix carefully when planning and consider the unique reach additional media brings to the table.
It’s well known across the media landscape that consumers in the U.S. are connecting with more content across more devices than ever before. But as an industry, we have not tapped into the truly unique opportunities presented by this increased consumption at the same pace as consumers.
For audio, the golden age is upon us because there simply have never been more ways to listen or more content available than exists today.
Music has long been a cultural connector for Latinx* consumers across all ages. This proclivity for music, combined with a preference for everything digital, has made music an important online activity—both personal and social—for Latinx consumers.
This year, the Classic Hits format saw the largest boost in audience during the warm weather months compared with the start of the year. The format achieved the same feat—winning the annual “format of the summer” race—in both 2014 and 2015.
Millennials are the most-coveted consumer demographic from a marketer-engagement perspective, yet they’re often the most stereotyped as well. This generation group in the U.S. has spending power and influence, and marketers are eager to reach them.
The proliferation of technology, devices and content over time has also allowed media to reach more of us each week than ever before. When comparing which platforms reach the most Americans today, legacy platforms lead the way, with radio and TV topping the list, followed by smartphones.
During the summer, each and every year, American radio listening habits shift. In recent memory, this has meant that stations specializing in music from decades past—in particular, Classic Rock and Classic Hits—see their audience levels rise during the warmest months of the year.
The re-imagined Nielsen Total Audience Report examines overall media usage across linear and digital platforms, reviews consumer access to devices and services, digs deeper into TV-connected device use, explores usage differences across various ages and race/ethnicities, and provides insights into...
Podcasting continues to grow in popularity year after year in the U.S. And brands are taking notice—particularly those in the fast-moving consumer goods space. For advertisers looking to reach these fans, understanding purchasing habits by genre is important.