Two-Thirds of Americans Have at Least One Radio in Their Home

New information from the Infinite Dial 2020® from Edison Research and Triton Digital shows that 68% of all Americans say they have at least one radio in their homeThe average home now has 1.5 radios, down from double that number in 2008.

The trend over the last 12 years shows a consistent diminution in the hardware unit – the radio receiver – from American homes. In 2008, only 4% of Americans reported having no radio in their home, as compared to 32% today.

What has replaced these radios? Do those who have no radios instead have smart speakers in their homes? Tune in to The Infinite Dial® webinar for the answer to these questions and many others.

The Infinite Dial® 2020 will be presented Thursday, March 19 at pm EDT. Click here to register.

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