After collecting responses from over 300 industry insiders about the future of internet radio and other streaming services, XAPPmedia and RAIN News held a free webinar to present the findings. The webinar, presented by Brad Hill of RAIN News and Bret Kinsella of XAPPmedia, covered topics ranging from time spent listening to the future of podcasting.
What do industry insiders think are the most important issues and trends facing Internet radio and streaming services? Advertising. You can see this clearly in answers to two of the questions from a recent survey of over 200 people working in the industry.
On Tuesday, March 24th at 2:00pm EST, Brad Hill of RAIN News and Bret Kinsella of XAPPmedia will be hosting The Internet Radio & Streaming Report Webinar to share the results of a survey of the industry. To register for the webinar, click here.
Today, XAPP has released an infographic showing how interactive audio ads have impacted the economics of Internet radio. Data show that voice is the new touch and response rates increase significantly when the listener only needs to respond with his or her voice. View the infographic here.
Edison Research published its annual Infinite Dial report yesterday and many of the trends we have seen in the past have continued in the 2015 edition. One that correlates closely with other data we have reviewed here previously is the listener migration to mobile.
We encourage everyone to take the survey announced today on the state of the Internet radio and streaming industry. XAPPmedia and RAIN News are sponsoring the research and we are looking to your input.
A recent survey by financial analysts at OTR Global presents a positive outlook for advertising on Internet radio and Pandora in particular. These findings align with other predictions for Internet radio advertising in 2015.
Today we released a compilation of the most meaningful data and trends driving Internet Radio today. Whether you are an advertiser, publisher or analyst, we hope pulling all of this disparate data into one place can help create a clearer picture of Internet radio trends that are driving the industry today. Download it now!
Interactive Audio Ads were introduced to the world on April 8, 2014. Since then, advertisers as diverse as Amazon, Ford, Cleveland Clinic, Fox Searchlight Pictures, StubHub, SmartCar, Columbia University and others have adopted the solution. What were the results? Conversion rates far higher than other mobile advertising formats.