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Item"CRB, Inc. and Edison Research to Collaborate on First-ever Study on Hispanic American Relationship to Country Radio & Music"
Item"Stern's deal may be sign satellite radio has arrived"
Item"Top 40 Boom Time!" Session Set For July Conclave
Item"Will Stern turn satellite radio into a star?"
Item‘Alter Boys’
Item“Bill Gates, DJ”
Item“Brown learns he can’t serve as Kerry elector, steps down”
Item“Clay still finds home welcome”
Item“Cue the Hubbub”
Item“Early voting may add twist to exit polling”
Item“Extras have minuses”
Item“Gun-shy TV anchors to use glitzy data blitz”
Item“Hip-hop and rap music favorite of youth”
Item“How Stern’s move could reset the dial”
Item“Listen Up! If you’re not advertising on internet radio, you could be missing out”
Item“Media: Networks taking steps to avoid a repeat of 2000 fiasco”
Item“Microsoft Announces New Premier Level of Windows Media Hosting Provider Certification Program”
Item“Networks aim to be last—and right—on election night”
Item“Networks Learning from Past Election Mistakes”
Item“Networks struggle with reporting narrow election”"
Item“Networks to Test New Exit Polling System”
Item“Networks Vow Caution in Calling Election”
Item“Networks vow caution, not speed, in calling races”
Item“Networks will look to Somerville Tuesday”
Item“Preview: Election Night 2004”
Item“Questions and answers about the exit poll operation”
Item“Radio Free Howard”
Item“Results of exit polls lie in hands of 12 experts”
Item“Satellite Radio: A Challenge from the Sky”
Item“Trying to avoid repeat of 2000 election”
Item“UO selected to conduct ‘exit’ poll”
Item18 to 24s—unnoticeable at the polls
Item2006 Exit Polls
Item2006 Exit Polls
Item30 Under 30 Extension Makes Headlines
ItemABC News Reports with Edison Mitofsky Exit Polls
ItemAfter Decades on the Dial, Cousin Brucie Falls Victim to a Changing Media World
ItemAll about JACK
ItemAll Christmas, at Least Part of the Time
ItemAn Internet Radio Show Gains Traction
ItemAnd now…let the exit polling begin
ItemAntenna Adjustment
ItemAP/mtvU Poll Conducted by Edison Media Research
ItemArbitron & Edison Know Jack
ItemArbitron and Edison Media Research: 35+ Demos A Challenge for Satellite Radio
ItemArbitron and Edison Media Research: Consumers Want Their Media On Demand And Online
ItemArbitron and Edison: More People Listen To Radio Ads Than TV Ads
ItemArbitron, Edison To Study Radio Spotloads
ItemArbitron/Edison Media Reseach data explains Clear Channel’s Internet radio push
ItemArbitron/Edison Media Research study concludes consumers are taking control of media
ItemArbitron/Edison Media Research study shows Americans are changing the way they access media
ItemArbitron/Edison Media: Americans Diggin’ Their On-Demand Toys
ItemAre iPods taking over? Arbitron and Edison Media Research study has surprising answer
ItemAre television commercials a thing of the past?
ItemAre You Lonesome Tonight?
ItemAs the dial turns: Party 93 dances away, is Rock 93
ItemAs Top 40 Rocks, Artist Ownership Questioned
ItemAttack of the Radio Clones
ItemAzerbaijan opposition rejects election results, calls for mass rally
ItemAzeri ruling party wins majority: private exit poll
ItemBlogging As Typing, Not Journalism
ItemBorough Debates Progress: Edison Conducts Highland Park's Shoppers Survey
ItemBroadband users choosing Internet over TV and radio
ItemBroadcasters brace for bumpy night
ItemBush got majority of Catholic vote in US, but not in state
ItemBush, blacks and values
ItemCan commercial radio withstand satellite radio's challenge? Larry Rosin weighs in.
ItemCan Jack FM survive in Los Angeles? Sean Ross on Arrow's switch to a radical new format
ItemCan Older 'American Idol' Singers Find Success?
ItemCan podcasting help radio?
ItemCan Rock and Roll Live Forever? Sean Ross on the apparent demise of Rock radio
ItemCan satellites spur renaissance of radio?
ItemCan't Keep Her Down: Sean Ross on Ashlee Simpson's resiliency
ItemCatch Coldplay
ItemCBC picks up Webster's Presentation at the Summit
ItemCBS Is Said to Be Seeking to Replace Stern's Replacement
ItemClear Channel in tune with format changes, competition: Sean Ross comments in the Tampa Bay Business Journal
ItemColdplay gets back to basics
ItemCole Tops Noel List
ItemCollective Soul makes its own way
ItemConnSTEP Takes to the Airwaves
ItemConsumers Say Fewer Commercials Lead to More Radio Listening
ItemCountry radio gathering on stable ground
ItemCRB/Edison Study deemed "Largest Study of Country's P1 Listeners"
ItemDance music fans, don't despair: Sean Ross notes the growth of speciality radio
ItemDC area oldies listeners now know 'Jack' about format: Sean Ross comments in the Washington Post
ItemDemocrats Losses Go Far Beyond One Defeat
ItemDemocrats should join bandwagon
ItemDes Moines loses the Beat; Sean Ross comments on KDRB
ItemDigital Platforms Extend Radio Beyond AM/FM Dial
ItemDigital video recorders having a big impact
ItemDirty Southern Punk Rock: Sean Ross explains a new trend for African-American musicians
ItemDo you hear what I hear? Christmas classics rank high among digital downloads
ItemDo You Think He's Sexy?
ItemDVRs finding niche, according to Arbitron/Edison Media Research study
ItemDylan jokes, talks of music as he spins songs on XM
ItemEdison and Mitofsky data shows most unmarried women voted for Kerry
ItemEdison Conducts Exit Polling for Mississippi Primaries
ItemEdison Conducts Exit Polls in Maryland, Virginia
ItemEdison Conducts Exit Polls in North Carolina, Indiana
ItemEdison Conducts Super Tuesday Exit Polling
ItemEdison Data Shakes Up Country Radio
ItemEdison Exit Polls Pennyslvania Democratic Primary
ItemEdison Exit-Polls South Carolina Democratic Primary, Calls Obama Winner
ItemEdison in the Boston Globe
ItemEdison in the NY Daily News
ItemEdison Media Research Featured Twice in Today's NY Times
ItemEdison Media Research in Business Week
ItemEdison Media Research in Sacramento Bee News
ItemEdison Media Research in the NY Times
ItemEdison Media Research on Entreprenuer.com
ItemEdison Media Research/Country Radio Broadcaster's Study noted on TVGuide.com
ItemEdison Media Research's 30 Under 30 in the News
ItemEdison Media Research's Jason Hollins quoted in Rocky Mountain News article on Liquid Compass
ItemEdison Media Research's Joe Lenski on Exit Polling
ItemEdison Media Research's Sean Ross on Clear Channel's Blinks
ItemEdison Media Research's Sean Ross Quoted in TVNewsday
ItemEdison Polls Nevada Caucuses, South Carolina Republican Primary
ItemEdison President quoted in NY Times' Drilling Down
ItemEdison Research - Articles from April 2000
ItemEdison Research - Articles from April 2001
ItemEdison Research - Articles from April 2004
ItemEdison Research - Articles from April 2005
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ItemEdison Research - Articles from July 2004
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ItemEdison Research - Articles from June 1999
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ItemEdison Research - Articles from May 2000
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ItemEdison Research - Articles from May 2008
ItemEdison Research - Articles from November 1998
ItemEdison Research - Articles from November 2000
ItemEdison Research - Articles from November 2001
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ItemEdison Research - Articles from November 2004
ItemEdison Research - Articles from November 2005
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ItemEdison Research - Articles from November 2007
ItemEdison Research - Articles from November 2008
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 1999
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 2002
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 2003
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 2004
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 2005
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 2006
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 2007
ItemEdison Research - Articles from October 2008
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 1997
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 1999
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 2000
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 2001
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 2002
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 2003
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ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 2006
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 2007
ItemEdison Research - Articles from September 2008
ItemEdison says it matters which version of a hit Christmas song you play
ItemEdison Study Reports Positive News for Country
ItemEdison survey shows Country music enthusiasm on the rise
ItemEdison VP Jason Hollins quotes in the Boston Globe
ItemEdison VP of Music and Programming quoted in US News & World Report
ItemEdison VP Sean Ross quoted in the NY Daily News
ItemEdison VP Sean Ross quoted in USA Today
ItemEdison VP Sean Ross quoted in USA Today
ItemEdison VP Tom Webster quoted in Tech News World
ItemEdison/Arbitron Study featured on Market VOX
ItemEdison/Arbitron Study in the National Journal
ItemEdison/Arbitron Study quoted in the LA Times and Chicago Tribune
ItemEdison's Christmas Music Test in the News
ItemEdison's Data from IMM 2007 used in eMarketer
ItemEdison's Internet & Multimedia Study 2007 in the News
ItemEdison's Joe Lenski Elected to lead NYAAPOR in 2009
ItemEdison's new approach to radio research
ItemEdison's Research on Golf Courses noted in Media Life Magazine
ItemEdison's Sean Ross comments on potential merger between XM and Sirius
ItemEdison's Sean Ross quoted in the NY Daily News
ItemEdison's Sean Ross speaks about Kelly Clarkson's Album Drama
ItemEdison's Study on Hispanics and Country Radio quoted in Nashville
ItemElecting a President: Election Day
ItemElection Resources
ItemeMarketer Reports on Edison/Arbitron Internet Users Study
ItemExit Polls Complete in Florida; Edison Calls McCain, Clinton Winners
ItemExit Polls Highlight Key Issues for Voters on MSNBC
ItemExit polls show spike in youth vote
ItemExperts say polls don’t deserve a black eye
ItemEx-Tucsonans pioneer all-hurban radio: Sean Ross comments in the Arizona Daily Star
ItemFading Out
ItemFaith takes key role in political landscape
ItemFayetteville an island of blue
ItemFOLLOW-UP EDISON MEDIA RESEARCH STUDY ON 12-24 RADIO LISTENING SHOWS SHARP DECREASES IN TSL AND USAGE
ItemFor New York Evangelicals, a Political Conversion
ItemForbes quotes Edison Media Research
ItemFour years for what?
ItemFox News Headlines: "National Exit Poll: Midterms Come Down to Iraq, Bush"
ItemFox News Reports on artist, Afroman, using insight from Edison's VP
ItemGay marriage gained Bush black votes
ItemGolf Cart Ads Recalled by 70 Percent of Golfers
ItemHartford Business Journal features Sean Ross
ItemHeadliners lean on guests
ItemHearing Red: Does Cardinals' Switch to Smaller Station Signal Eclipse of Free Radio Broadcasts?
ItemHeating up the airwaves
Item'Hips' a mover & a shaker
ItemHoliday Albums On The Rise
ItemHoliday music arrives early
ItemHonk if you love country
ItemHow Americans Voted: A Political Portrait
ItemHow Projections Are Made
ItemHow radio can capture younger listeners who download music off the Internet
ItemHurban heats up radio: Sean Ross on the growing trend
ItemIf you don't know Jack, ask Sean Ross: Thoughts on KRQI's format switch
Item'Imitation IPod' Invades Radio
ItemIn a World of Niche-Based Programming, Oldies Were No Longer Goodies at WBIG
Item'Infinite Dial' Finds Internet Radio Surge, But Podcasts Remain Odd Casts
ItemInifinity to Stream News, News-Talk Stations
ItemInside Radio discusses Edison's work with CRB concerning Hispanics & Country Radio
ItemInternet Radio Poised for a Tune-Around
ItemIs Ashlee Simpson’s career over? Sean Ross weighs in
ItemIs Hoobastank the next Incubus? Sean Ross compares the two
ItemIs Latino-targeted progamming the future of radio? Sean Ross comments in the Washington Post
ItemIsolating our points of viewing
ItemIt’s Beginning to Sound a Lot Like Christmas
ItemJack and Bob and Hank and Ben: Meet Radio's Hottest Nonentities
ItemJACK and BOB, radio's surprisingly popular rebels
ItemJack Explosion To Fuel Conclave Session
ItemJason Hollins and Joe Lenski Interview from Media Life Radio
ItemJingle All the Time
Item'Jingle Bell' Rocks Around The Clock: It's Christmas 24/7 at 2 Radio Stations
ItemJoe Lenski comments on the announcement by Senator Sam Brownback that he is running for President
ItemJoe Lenski Comments on the Primary Dates in NY Times
ItemJoe Lenski interviewed by Pew Research Center
ItemJoe Lenski quoted in UCLA's Daily Bruin
ItemJoe Lenski speaks to Pollster.com about Iowa
ItemKerry failed to score big among first-time New Mexico voters
ItemKerry’s economy message failed to catch on
ItemKnocking on the Door, but Not Staying Long
ItemLA Times: Edison/Mitofsky data shows Bush made inroads among Jewish voters
ItemLarry Rosin and Sean Ross in LA City Beat
ItemLarry Rosin appears in Country Radio Broadcaster's Executive Memo
ItemLarry Rosin comments on the Top 5 CEOs in 2005
ItemLarry Rosin, Confirmed Speaker at Radio Ink Hispanic Conference
ItemLarry Rosin's encore Hispanic Presentation
ItemLarry Rosin's Presentation on the Infinite Dial makes International News
ItemListen up: HD radio struggling to be heard
ItemListeners Report Paying Close Attention to Live Traffic Reports and Their Sponsors
ItemLite-FM, WPLJ joining all-Christmas parade
ItemLittle Radio rebel revels in Internet music scene
ItemLocal radio stations 'jack' up their playlists to compete with iPods
ItemLong-quiet artists return to warm welcome
ItemMall Radio Network Releases Results of Edison Media Research Consumer Study of in-Mall Advertising, Entertainment and Purchasing Decisions
ItemMarketing Vox Reports: "Hispanics Rely More on Radio, Digital Divide Narrows"
ItemMicrosoft Zunes in on Apple's iPod
ItemMinnesota polls show Kerry leading, then Bush. Who's right?
ItemMitofsky International to conduct exit polls in Parliamentary Elections in Azerbaijan
ItemMoney drives the shift in FM's broadcast mix: Sean Ross on Philadelphia's loss of a modern rock station
ItemMoral values propelled Bush
ItemMore black voters supported Bush in election
ItemMore local programs are going the distance
ItemMore Press on Webster's Podcasting Presentation in London
ItemMove is blow to Viacom's radio business
ItemMTV.com quotes Ross speaking about "More Potty-Mouthed DJs"
ItemName Game: The KNOB Goes Bobbing for Listeners
ItemNetworks hope to avoid exit-poll excesses, errors
ItemNew action against bribes fights a practice that goes back decades
ItemNew Edison Media Research/CRB, Inc. Study Finds Majority Of Hispanics Are Favorable Towards Or Open To Country Music
ItemNew Jersey Broadcasters Association (NJBA) Survey Makes Headlines
ItemNew Podcasting Statistics At Corporate Podcasting Summit London
ItemNew 'roadcasting' concept allows music sharing in and between cars
ItemNew Technology In Broadcasting Platforms Doesn't Deter AM/FM Listeners
ItemNow the Senate hopes to rescue music-playing webcasters
ItemOld media’s not dead yet
ItemOldies CBS-FM, DJs booted for Jack
ItemOldies era comes to end in D.C. radio
ItemOn Election Night…Will the Networks Get It Right?
ItemOut with the old, in with the new: Sean Ross explains the shuffling of program directors
ItemParents get together via iPod 'radio'
ItemPayola scandal again rocking, roiling radio
ItemPew Research Center Interview With Joe Lenski On Exit Polls
ItemPicking Up Cell Phone Voters
ItemPied Piper for ex-Stern listeners still sought
ItemPollster.com Interview with Joe Lenski - Part 1
ItemPollster.com Interview with Joe Lenski - Part 2
ItemPower Shift
ItemPrime Time for Hi-Def
ItemProLink Brings Advertising to Golf Carts
ItemProLink Solutions, Cadillac Partner for Successful National Advertising Campaign
ItemPunk rock grows up: Sean Ross on Green Day's longevity
ItemRadio Beat: Record charts and countdowns are dusty, but not dead yet
ItemRadio changes its tune to recapture listeners: Sean Ross comments in the USA Today
ItemRadio dials away from ‘oldies’ listeners
ItemRadio facing music of change
ItemRadio jingles its Christmas bells
ItemRadio less enamored of Idols than TV
ItemRadio One Forms People's Station
ItemRadio Online Highlights Findings from Arbitron/Edison Study
ItemRadio rival comes to aid of KBEM
ItemRadio Sets Eyes on Podcast Profit
ItemRadio stations nudge oldies format off the air
ItemRadio stations scramble to be heard as Arbitron/Edison study shows impact of satellite radio and iPods
ItemRadio tries to reach young Latinos with 'hurban' format
ItemRadio turns deaf ear to third-season Idols
ItemRadio's Bob FM tries to be everything to everyone
ItemReggaeton gets solo tryout on station formats
ItemReggaeton Igniting
ItemRock band finds Journey far from over
ItemRock Radio Listeners to the FCC: “Hands off that Radio Dial”
ItemRock stars orbiting DJ space
ItemRoss' Column attracts the San Bernadino Sun
ItemRoss on Classic Rock
ItemRoss on Radio makes the Boston Globe
ItemRoss on Radio quoted in the Detroit News
ItemRoss On Radio's Imus Column makes North County Times
ItemRoss quoted by the Boston Globe
ItemRoss quoted in North Carolina's News & Observer
ItemS.C. Band Readies for Release
ItemSatellite Radio Awareness Climbs To 61%
ItemSaving ‘Saving Private Ryan’
ItemSean Ross analyzes how all-Christmas stations fared in Salt Lake City this winter
ItemSean Ross comments on Britney's VMA Performance
ItemSean Ross comments on Don Imus' Firing in the Star Ledger and Orlando Sentinel.
ItemSean Ross Comments on Scandal in Music
ItemSean Ross comments on the Spice Girls Reunion in USA Today
ItemSean Ross quoted by USA Today
ItemSean Ross Quoted in Atlanta Journal Consititution
ItemSean Ross quoted in BBC News
ItemSean Ross quoted in Fort Worth's Star Telegram
ItemSean Ross quoted in NJ Star Ledger
ItemSean Ross quoted in the North County Times
ItemSean Ross: iPods, Satellite Radio Are Annoyances, Not Threats, to Radio
ItemSecond Helpings of Stardom
ItemSelectRadio Software for Wireless Handhelds Redefines the Portable Audio Experience, Freeing Users from Playlist Fatigue
ItemSeven Mary Three comes to SpeedPark
ItemShakira switches back to Spanish for new CD
ItemShock jock to move to satellite radio
ItemSirius Numbers: Sean Ross predicts satellite radio's success in 2005
ItemSkip-Through Ads and Time Shift Most Important DVR Use
ItemSlow and steady calls the race this time
ItemSnowball effect for Christmas music, radio stations
ItemSocial commentary is the Peas' 'Business'
ItemSolo Stefani: A lion in lamb’s clothing
ItemSome see shift in Christmas Traditions
ItemSparking Debate, Radio Czar Retools Government Media
ItemStanding their ground
ItemStar hosts can sizzle or fizzle
ItemStar Wars
ItemStatewide voters split
ItemStations get caught up in Net
ItemStats from Arbitron/Edison Study on HD Radio quoted in The Seattle Times
ItemStreaming Radio Gains 38 Million Listeners
ItemStudy: Americans Love Their On-Demand Media
ItemStudy: Cume, Not TSL Driving Jack Ratings
ItemStudy: Face of media changes
ItemStudy: Radio Holding Up Against New Media
ItemStudy: Web Radio Listening Up 50%
ItemSummer anthems heating up airwaves
ItemTalk Radio Icon Says Ditto to Podcast
ItemTalk Radio Turns Blue: Sean Ross on Air America’s success
ItemThat old-time rock and roll
ItemThe Azerbaijan Parliamentary Exit Poll
ItemThe Baltimore Sun quotes Edison's Sean Ross
ItemThe Beat Goes On
ItemThe Chicago Tribune quotes Edison's Christmas Music Study
ItemThe Future Of Radio: Rock Is Out, Talk And Latin In As Industry Reinvents Itself
ItemThe Kansas City Star quotes Ross on the Perfect Summer Song
ItemThe LA Daily News features Edison
ItemThe New, Wide World of Radio
Item'The River' Goes Against Tide: Sean Ross comments in the Boston Globe
ItemThe Tennessean Reports on Edison's Hispanic Study, Presented at CRS 38
ItemThe University of Maryland Analyzes Exit Poll Data
ItemThe Velvet Vox
ItemThe Washington Post quotes Edison VP of Music and Programming
ItemThey Look Nothing Like Rush Limbaugh
ItemThis year’s stocking stuffers are coming
ItemTime has come for reggaeton
ItemTiVo transforms TV gossip; Arbitron/Edison study shows DVR's impact
ItemTom Webster on Podcasters in the Pittsburgh Tribune
ItemTom Webster quoted in Business Week
ItemTop Christmas Song? ‘Christmas Song’
ItemTurning Up the Volume
ItemUrban music with a Latin flair
ItemUSA Today quotes Edison VP of Music and Programming
ItemUSA Today quotes Edison VP Sean Ross
ItemUSA Today quotes Sean Ross
ItemUSA Today uses Edison/Mitofsky Exit Poll Data
ItemUSPRwire reports, "CRB Releases Third Edison Media Research National Study of Country Listeners at CRS 38"
ItemVariety Format Takes Off at Radio Stations
ItemVertical Horizon ready to 'Go' with new label
ItemWebster's Presentation at the Corporate Podcasting Summit attracts MarketWatch
ItemWest bucks the trends
ItemWhat's next for the 46-year-old 'King of Pop'?
ItemWhere the Listeners Are: Tom Webster says they're online
ItemWhy Satellite Radio Is Beaming
ItemWill deal with AOL push XM ahead in race against Sirius?
ItemWill Digital Kill the Radio Star? Arbitron/Edison study has answer
ItemWNIC-FM is ready to play yule tunes
ItemWOMC adds new general manager
ItemWorst holiday songs
ItemWSMV-TV in Nashville shows Phil Bredeson to be re-elected
ItemXM, Sirius could pair to fend off other digital technologies
ItemYoung's Anti-war Album a Growing Drumbeat
Item"Failure To Launch" And How To Avoid It
Item“Stairway To Heaven,” “Summer Of ‘69” And The Myth Of Songs That Test Where They Aren’t Supposed To
Item(Slightly) Older Artists (Slowly) Reclaim A Foothold At Top 40
Item50,000,000 Survey Respondents Can Be Wrong!
ItemFinding And Selling Today’s Best Music
ItemWhatever Reggaeton’s Future, A Permanent Change In The Landscape
Item2008: The Best Of ... You!
Item30 Under 30 Honored at the 2007 Conclave Learning Conference
Item30 Under 30 Honorees Pick The Next Hot Format
Item50,000,000 Survey Respondents Can be Wrong!
Item99 Problems, But Your Name Ain’t One: Are Heritage Calls Really A Liability?
ItemA Breakthrough For African-American News/Talk
ItemA Faster Country Chart: Now What?
ItemA Generational Split At Country ... And What To Do About It
ItemA Modest Proposal to Reduce Illegal File Sharing
ItemA New Generation Of Teen Pop
ItemA Positive Plan for HD Radio:
A Branded Audio Entertainment Strategy
ItemA Return To 25-54itis?
ItemA Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours? Thoughts On The Adult-Modern Boom
ItemA Shift At Pop Radio, If Not A Shift In Listener Tastes
ItemA Statistician Looks at Country
ItemA Tight Race, But We Declare A Summer Song Winner
ItemAdult Hits: An Early Look at the Numbers Driving Jack, Bob and Friends
ItemAdult Modern’s “Pinprick,” More Bob/Jack Ratings, And Other Stories From The Winter Book
ItemAdults 45+ Believe Online Radio is "Fun"
ItemAdults Like Hip-Hop, Teens Like Classic Rock, So Where's The Coalition?
ItemAdventures in the Land of Retail
ItemAfter Imus' Firing: Instilling A Culture Of Respect
ItemAllan McCutcheon Helps Guide the 2008 Exit Polls
ItemAP/mtvU Poll Shows that Many College Students are Stressed
ItemAre Jack and Bob Mere Mortals?
ItemAre You Ready For Extreme Country?
ItemAs Mood On Iraq Changes, So Does Its Place In Pop Music
ItemAs More Listeners Feel The Spirit, How Should Existing Formats Respond?
ItemAt Classic Rock, AC/DC (And The '80s) Gain Current-cy
ItemAt-Work Study: Radio Goes to Work
ItemAudio Killed the Radio Star?
ItemBlink And It's Back: How Entertainment News Took Over Music Radio
ItemBob And Jack: Everything You Know Is Wrong?
ItemBroadcasters Finally Address Indecency, But Larger Issues Remain
ItemBroadcasters Try To Tackle The Webstream's Stopset Problems
ItemCan Access For Indie Labels Be Governed?
ItemCan An Internet Application Find The Hits That Programmers Miss?
ItemCatching Up On the New Oldies
ItemCelebrating A Turning Point For Top 40: A Look Back At April 5, 1997
ItemChristmas Came Early And Broadcasters Still Got A Present
ItemChristmas Music: The Gift That Keeps On Giving
ItemClosing In On a National New Music Channel
ItemCo-opting Context
ItemCountry One Year Later
ItemCountry Radio and Hispanics: Looking Beyond The Misperceptions
ItemCRS 2005
ItemDo Jocks Matter?
ItemDo Not Call! How is your Research Being Affected by this Popular Law?
ItemDo Owners Understand Hip-Hop?
ItemDoes Imaging Still Matter?
ItemDoes Notoriety Mean A Radio Hit? More And More
ItemDoes Talk Radio Make A Difference?
ItemDoes Terrestrial Radio Need National Brands?
ItemDon’t Drop Oldies Before You’ve Read This
ItemEdison Conducts Iowa Entrance Polls, Calls Obama and Huckabee Winners
ItemEdison Conducts Michigan Primary Exit Polls
ItemEdison Congratulates the 2008 "30 Under 30"
ItemEdison Media Research Announces 2008 "30 Under 30"
ItemEdison Media Research Announces the National Country P1 Study III at CRS 38
ItemEdison Media Research Conducts Exit Polls in Wisconsin
ItemEdison Media Research's 2007 National Christmas Music Test
ItemEdison NH Exit Polls Record Record Turnout
ItemEdison Nightmare Scenarios for 2004, Part Two
ItemEdison's Joe Lenski Discusses: Can The State Polls Be Trusted?
ItemElection Nightmare Scenarios for 2004
ItemElection Nightmare Scenarios for 2004
ItemElection Nightmare Scenarios for 2004, Part Four
ItemElection Nightmare Scenarios for 2004, Part Three
ItemEven In An On-Demand World, Don’t Lose Radio’s “Shared Experience”
ItemFewer Find Radio “Frequently Too Dirty/Explicit” than Network TV
ItemFinding And Selling Today’s Best Music
ItemFirst Listen: Clear Channel's New Lone Star 92.5/Dallas
ItemFirst Listen: KQMV Seattle (Alan Burns’ Movin’ Format)
ItemFirst Listen: KYCY (KYOU Radio), San Francisco's Podcast Format
ItemFirst Listen: New York's Fresh 102.7
ItemFirst Listen: New York's Holiday Radio Battle
ItemFirst Listen: On Air With Ryan Seacrest
ItemFirst Listen: Radio Shack's $99 HD Radio
ItemFirst Listen: WFNX’s "Snapple Summer Free-For-All"
ItemFirst Listen: WQCD (CD101.9)’s “New York Chill”
ItemFirst Look: “Modern Standards” Red 104/St.Louis
ItemFirst Look: Scott Shannon’s “True Oldies Channel”
ItemFirst Look: WRLL Chicago — An Interview with Tommy Edwards
ItemFirst The Throwback Jersey: Now, A Throwback Radio Station?
ItemFor Some, Radio Is Still The Best Way To Hear Music
ItemFrom Frankie, Sunny Joe and Donnie to an R&B Jack/Bob Format
ItemFrom Top 40 To Country (With Irony)
ItemGetting More Internet Advertising Dollars on Your Station
ItemGoodbye, WCBS-FM, Hello JACK.
ItemGreen Day’s Lessons For Radio And The Music Biz
ItemHandicapping The Summer Song Of 2006
ItemHandicapping The Summer Song Of 2007
ItemHandicapping the Summer Song of 2008
ItemHas Callout Become the New Request Line?
ItemHas Modern AC's Time Come Again?
ItemHas Radio Lost the College Grads?
ItemHas the Do Not Call Registry Turned Out To Be a Survey Researcher’s Best Friend?
ItemHell Is Still In the Details: Fixing What's Between The Records In 2007
ItemHell Is In the Details: Fixing What Goes In-Between The Records
ItemHip-Hop: Faltering? Or Just Fragmented?
ItemHispanics and Country - A Deeper Look
ItemHow All-Christmas Stations Fared In 2004
ItemHow All-Christmas Stations Fared In The Spring Book
ItemHow All-Christmas Stations Fared In The Winter Book
ItemHow Did Modern Gold Come Back Before The Rhythmic 90s?
ItemHow Fast Is Too Fast? The 45-Minute Power Rotation
ItemHow Format Trends and Press Coverage Intersect
ItemHow Urban Radio Can Compete In a PPM World
ItemIf Rhythmic AC Works in London, Why Not Here?
ItemIn Memoriam: Warren Mitofsky
ItemIn Search of 30 Under 30
ItemIn Search Of The Novelty/Reaction Record
ItemIn Search Of Women Who Rock
ItemInternet & Multimedia 10: The Emerging Digital Consumer
ItemInternet & Multimedia 11: New Media Enters the Mainstream
ItemInternet & Multimedia 12: The Value of Internet Broadcast Advertising
ItemInternet & Multimedia 2006: On-Demand Media Explodes
ItemInternet & Multimedia 2007 Reports:
ItemInternet & Multimedia 2008 Reports
ItemInternet & Multimedia 2005: The On-Demand Media Consumer
ItemInternet IX: The Media and Entertainment World of Online Consumers
ItemInternet Study I: Radio in the New Media World
ItemInternet Study II: Radio and E-Commerce
ItemInternet Study III: Broadcasters vs. Webcasters: Which Business Model Will Win?
ItemInternet Study IV: The Buying Power of Streamies
ItemInternet Study IV: The Rock Spin
ItemInternet Study V: 20 Startling New Insights About the Internet and Streaming
ItemInternet VI: Streaming at a Crossroads
ItemInternet VII: The Internet & Streaming: What Consumers Want Next
ItemInternet VIII: Advertising vs. Subscription: Which Streaming Model Will Win?
ItemIs Christian Radio Meant For So Much More?
ItemIs It Finally Time To "Drop" The Reported "Add"?
ItemIs It Right To Not Be Lite?
ItemIs Radio Suffering From Too Little Research?
ItemIs the Industry Open to Interpretation?
ItemIs There a Halo Effect for Remakes?
ItemIs There A Halo Effect for Remakes?
ItemIs This The Year You Can Compete With Christmas?
ItemIs Your Station Smarter Than A "Genius"?
ItemIt may be Shocking – but it’s what Rock listeners want
ItemJack Hits The Road In New York, But Hold Your Fire
ItemJack, Bob and “25-54itis” – Plus Your Thoughts on WCBS-FM
ItemJack/Bob Comes (Back) To America
ItemJack/Bob: When To Co-Opt, When To Fight
ItemKeeping Track of Jack, Bob and Pals
ItemKelly Clarkson, Fleetwood Mac and the "Moment Of Truth" Single
ItemKLBU Santa Fe, NM: Radio Finally Chills Out
ItemLandmark Edison/Arbitron PPM Study Released
ItemLarry Rosin's Interview in Radio Ink Magazine
ItemLatin & Rhythmic Radio: Bridging The Gap
ItemLessons Learned from the CRS/Edison Country P1 Study
ItemListeners Prefer Three Breaks of Four Spots to Two Breaks of Six Spots
ItemMainstream AC Moves On To Hot AC's Territory
ItemMaking It In America: Why (Some) British Acts Are (Finally) Breaking Through.
ItemMaverick Records - Alanis Morissette
ItemMicrosoft’s Sound-Alike Radio Stations
ItemModern Rock’s Product Is Better, Why Aren’t The Numbers?
ItemMore than One in Ten Men Age 18 to 34 Own a DVR
ItemNearly Three in Ten 12-17 Year-Olds Would Give up TV over Video Games
ItemNearly Three in Ten Teens Find Radio Commercials Always or Usually Informative
ItemNew Adult Music Emerges: Who Will Own It?
ItemNew Edison Media Research/CRB, Inc. Study Finds Majority Of Hispanics Are Favorable Towards Or Open To Country Music
ItemNew Podcasting Statistics - Is The Glass Half-Full, or Half-Empty?
ItemNews/Talk on FM: An Overnight Success That Took 15 Years
ItemNo Country For Middle-Aged Men?
ItemNo Longer Spinning Out Of Control
ItemNot Dead Yet! The Online Rebirth of WCBS-FM
ItemOkay, So What Was The Summer Hit Of 2006?
ItemOldies Become Classic Hits, And Motown Goes MIA
ItemOldies' New Lease on Life, Or Maybe An Extended Warranty
ItemOldies/Classic Hits: Time Keeps On Slippin' Slippin' . . . .
ItemOn the Importance of Radio Station Blogging
ItemOn the Starbucks Channel, Branded Entertainment, and "Quality Rock That Really Rocks"
ItemOnce Technology Shy, Country Consumers are Catching Up
ItemOne in Five Stern Listeners Likely to Subscribe to Sirius for Stern
ItemOne Night In Bangkok Makes A Rock Fan...Nostalgic?
ItemOnline Radio Listening At-Work Grows
ItemOnline Radio Reaches 33 Million Americans Per Week
ItemOops...They Did It Again? Is It Time To Reconsider Teen Pop?
ItemOrganizing The '90s Into A Format
ItemPanel Cuts Didn’t Speed Up Country Chart
ItemPodcasting for Love and Profit
ItemPodcasting: The Curse of Convenience
ItemPopping "Bubbly" At Radio, And A Surprise On The Singles Sales Charts
ItemPraising Mass-Appeal In An Increasingly Niched World
ItemPrevious Internet and Multimedia Studies
ItemR&B/Hip-Hop: Did It Take Justin To Bring TempoBack?
ItemRadio Sawa
ItemRadio Station Web Site Content: An In-Depth Look
ItemRadio's Future - Today's 12 to 24 Year Olds
ItemRecapturing the Power of No. 1
ItemRecommendations For "Recommending" New Music
ItemResearching the Cell-Phone-Only Crowd: As Some Give Up Their Land-Line, Radio Researchers Must Adjust
ItemResearching the Cell-Phone-Only Crowd: As Some Give Up Their Land-Line, Radio Researchers Must Adjust
ItemRhythmic AC: In Search Of The Funky Cold Medina
ItemRock Radio Is Back . . . But As What?
ItemRock Radio Listeners to the FCC: “Hands off that Radio Dial”
ItemSecond Listen: HD Radio
ItemShifting Gears: The In-Car Study (presented at NAB Europe)
ItemShould You Open Your Music Meeting to Listeners?
ItemSirius has passed XM in awareness.
ItemSlower Charts and the Summer Song Of 2007
ItemSo This Is Christmas: What Have You Done?
ItemSo What Does the New, New Blink Sound Like?
ItemSo What Is AC Going To Do About The Early ’90s?
ItemSongs That Made A Difference in 2003
ItemSongs That Made A Difference in 2004
ItemSongs That Made A Difference In 2005: "Smoke From A Distant Fire"?
ItemSongs That Made A Difference In 2006: Shaking A (Long) Tail-Feather
ItemSongs That Made A Difference In 2007: Something To Cheer About
ItemSongs That Made A Difference In 2008: Straight Outta Saginaw
ItemSongs That Will Never Test…Until They Do
ItemSpecial Online Panel - The Future of Webcasting
ItemSpot Load Study 2005: Managing Radio Commercial Inventories for Advertisers and Listeners
ItemSpot Load Study: Will Your Audience Be Right Back After These Messages?
ItemStasis We Can't Believe In, Or Where Did All The Format Changes Go?
ItemSuper Bowl Dreams For Country Music: Winning Over Today¹s Younger Generation
ItemTackling The Streaming Stopset Problem: 18 Months Later
ItemTaking Control Of The Infinite Dial
ItemThe Boss Is Back. Can “Boss Radio” Be Far Behind?
ItemThe Care and Feeding of “Anti-Radio”
ItemThe Care And Feeding Of Variety: Building A 1,000 Song Library
ItemThe Catholic Vote 2004: “Religious” Voters Aren’t Always “Right”
ItemThe Demonization of the Contest Pig
ItemTHE EDISON CHRISTMAS MUSIC TEST
ItemThe Formats That Make Too Much Sense To Work (Until Now)
Part II: The Rap/Rock Hybrid
ItemThe Formats That Make Too Much Sense To Work (Until Now?)
ItemThe Greatest Hits Of The '60s, '70s . . . And '80s?
ItemThe Infinite Dial Show
ItemThe Infinite Dial: Radio's Digital Platforms - Online, Satellite, HD Radio and Podcasting
ItemThe Internet, Your Audience and E-Commerce
ItemThe Last Days of CKLW: Why the New Austerity Isn't New
ItemThe Mark Of The Wolf At Country Radio
ItemThe Most Intriguing New Stations of 2004
ItemThe Most Intriguing New Stations Of 2005
ItemThe Most Intriguing Stations of 2003
ItemThe Most Intriguing Stations Of 2006
ItemThe Most Intriguing Stations Of 2007 (And Echoes Of 2005)
ItemThe National In-Car Study: Can Radio Defend Its Turf?
ItemThe National Record Buyers Study
ItemThe National Record Buyers Study 3
ItemThe National Record Buyers Study II
ItemThe Need for Speed
ItemThe Next Ten Years: Radio's Biggest Challenge
ItemThe Official Radio Station Of Bad Times
ItemThe Podcast Audience Revealed - New 2007 Podcasting Statistics
ItemThe Podcast Consumer Revealed 2008
ItemThe Podcast Consumer Revealed: An Exclusive Early Look at the Growing Podcast Audience
ItemThe Power of Negative Advertising: It’s Not Only Useful For Politicians
ItemThe Question that Sends Campaigns and Pundits onto the Wrong Track
ItemThe Rise of Consumer Generated Media, and Why it Matters to Your Station
ItemThe Side Channel Study: Extending Your Brand on the Internet
ItemThe Ten Best Markets For Radio Listeners
ItemThe Unexamined Lives of Men
ItemThe Web Catches and Reshapes Radio
ItemThere Are Hits That You Haven’t Tested: And Other Things I Learned From My Spring Music Test
ItemThis Is What It Sounds Like When Formats Die (Or Don’t)
ItemThree Stations Go "Commercial Free," But Can You? First Listen: WDRE/WBON Long Island, N.Y.
ItemTo XM or Not to XM – A Radio Researcher’s Perspective
ItemTop 40 Reclaims B94, But What About Now?
ItemTop 40’s Fall Decline: Why It Was Worse in 2003
ItemTrouble Where You Least Expect It
ItemTV in the New Media World
ItemUK Record Breakers Study
ItemUse of the Cell Phone as a Media Measurement Device
ItemV103 Celebrates 20 Years As Urban AC Landscape Changes
ItemView Election 2004 Exit Poll Results
ItemWanna Be Startin’ Something?
ItemWCBS-FM: A Final Appreciation
ItemWelcome to the New Edison Media Research Website!
ItemWhat Advertisers Really Think About Radio
ItemWhat Are Adult Hits' 25-to-54 Winners Doing Right?
ItemWhat CC’s Spotload Initiative Means For You
ItemWhat Is Top 40 Going To Do With Its Best Music In Years?
ItemWhat Stern Really Means For Satellite Radio (And Terrestrial Broadcasters)
ItemWhat to Watch for on Election Night
ItemWhat Was The Summer Hit Of 2004?
ItemWhat We Learned From Testing Christmas Music In 2004
ItemWhat We Learned From Testing Christmas Music In 2007
ItemWhat Would Radio For Teens Sound Like?
First Listen: BoomBoxBaby.ca
ItemWhat’s Wrong with Focus Groups?
ItemWhatever Reggaeton’s Future, A Permanent Change In The Landscape
ItemWhat's At The Bottom Of The Music Test?
ItemWhen Contest Winners Will Not Scream
ItemWhen Is A Hip-Hop Record Ready To Cross Over?
ItemWhen Kenny G Was an Urban Artist: How the Smooth Jazz/Urban AC Coalition Formed And Foundered
ItemWhere the Presidential Election Stands Today and Why This Election is So Hard to Predict
ItemWhich Presidential Candidate Plays The Hits?
ItemWho Goes Deeper? Satellite Or Terrestrial Radio?
ItemWhy 2008 Is The Year Of The Comeback
ItemWhy Callout Hits No Longer Have Legs
ItemWhy Idol Changed Radio . . . And Will Likely Continue To
ItemWhy Is It So Hard To Be Today's Soft Rock?
ItemWill Chicago Love “Soft Jammin’ Oldies”? First Listen: WILV (Love 100.3) Chicago
ItemWinning the Country Campaign
ItemWinning Vs. Losing: It's The People . . . But It's More
ItemWould Research Have Killed the Classics? Let's Go To The Tape