Data show many people are streaming audio on smartphones, including broadcast radio. Data also show that these listeners prefer ad-supported streaming. So XAPPmedia and jacapps joined forces to create JAX – an opportunity for broadcasters to establish a new revenue stream and capture more daily listening.
In a contributed Adotas article, XAPPmedia’s Bret Kinsella reviews the data confirming why audio advertising is a lucrative opportunity for marketers. Rapidly growing audiences for internet radio, music streaming, podcasts and radio simulcasts are delivering monetization for broadcasters and unmatched mobile conversion rates for advertisers.
RIAA leadership is once again mis-reading the organization’s own data to suggest that vinyl is a better revenue generator than ad-supported streaming. Vinyl actually accounts for about one-third the level of ad-supported streaming and about one-sixth of streaming revenue overall.
Triton Digital’s monthly Webcast Metrics Top 20 Ranker aggregates actual listening data reported by audio publishers. December's report shows a 13.3% rise in average active Internet radio listening sessions in 2015. So what does this mean for advertisers?
Last month, jacapps hosted a webinar that laid out five key principles for radio stations looking to monetize mobile. These principles are supported by several trends that make these strategies relevant and effective. They include...
The Infinite Dial report from Edison Research and Triton Digital found that monthly Internet radio listeners passed the 50% threshold of the 12-and-older U.S. population for the first time in 2015. Just one year later, the 2016 edition reveals that weekly Internet radio listenership is also at 50%. That means 88% of people who listen to Internet radio have made it a weekly habit.
Last week, XAPPmedia released the 2015 Internet Radio Ad Load Report and there is an entire section on the advertisers themselves. In 2015, the XAPPmedia sample identified 406 distinct advertisers across five leading Internet radio apps. This reflects growth of more than 5x over what we identified in Q4 2014. Leading the pack of these 400-plus advertisers in spot load for 2015 were The Home Depot and GEICO.
XAPPmedia today published the Internet Radio Ad Load Report Q4 2015. Total advertisers identified through 2015 rose to 406, a 5.4x increase over 2014. Average ad load across the five tracked audio publishers rose 5.7% to 2 minutes 29 seconds (2:29). While ad load seems to oscillate around the 2.5-minute mark each quarter, the total advertiser count continually rises.
Slacker Radio, a leading Internet radio service, and XAPPmedia, the leader in interactive audio services for advertising, content discovery and app navigation, today announced that Slacker is leveraging XAPP’s Content Discovery service to drive listener engagement across its stations.