Triton released its March 2016 Webcast Metrics Top 20 Ranker which showed a continued rise in Internet radio listening. This also represented the first month that Triton proactively broke out Average Active Session (AAS) growth rates for pure play and broadcast Internet radio and streaming services. While both showed strong year-over-year growth, broadcast showed a small decline since the beginning of 2016.
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?
President of Market Development for Triton Digital, John Rosso is one of four panelists on next week’s Advertising Week session, "Internet Radio is Bigger than Facebook!? What it Means for Marketers." Below, John discusses his early career at ABC where he was on a team that was among the first to put media on Internet and how things have changed over the years.
XAPPmedia is once again hosting the premier Advertising Week session on Internet Radio. This year’s session will feature iHeartmedia, Slacker, Triton Digital and XAPPmedia. These insiders will tell you what’s working, what’s not, how the medium is changing and the lessons for advertisers looking to access this large and dynamic consumer audience.
Yesterday, Triton released its Top 20 Ranker results of Internet radio listening for May. The story is consistent with previous entries by Triton captured by its audio measurement platform Webcast Metrics. As an industry, average active listening sessions increased 42.5% over May 2014 and most of that has come from Pandora and Spotify.
Triton Digital today announced that it is the exclusive ad sales representative for XAPP ad inventory in JAX, a mobile audience premium ad service that enables over 300 radio stations and podcast publishers using the jacapps mobile platform to monetize their mobile apps with XAPP ads.