This comprehensive survey of record buyers in the UK explored the differences in music purchasing behavior between the US and the UK – unlike the US, UK record sales have not declined sharply this year. Learn about the role of the Internet, the influence of different media on record promotions, tastes and trends in music in the UK and more.
We asked European advertisers how radio measures up to other mediums when it comes to advertising effectiveness. Learn what they told us and how you can use this information to increase revenues at your station. This study was presented at the NAB European Radio Conference.
Learn about the current state of Internet use and streaming, popular misconceptions about consumer’s Internet use, and what consumers want next from Webcasters. This study was presented at the NAB Radio Show in New Orleans.
A comprehensive survey about music purchasing behavior was presented at the R&R Convention 2001. Fascinating facts to emerge from the study include: 5.5% of 16 to 40 year olds are actively downloading music files but haven’t purchased a CD or cassette in the last 12 months and 9% of 16 to 24 year olds are unfamiliar with Paul McCartney!
An in-depth look at consumer usage of broadband and online streaming media and its implications for the future of television in the new media world. This study was presented at the NAB 2001: The Convergence Marketplace convention.