Cybercrime has cost victims $126 billion worldwide and it has indeed established itself as a criminal enterprise.
Starting in January 2019, Emergency Alert Systems will be required to have the ability to deliver Blue Alerts as a new, event code. Blue alerts are an event code to issue a warning about an imminent and credible threat to police officers’ safety across radio and television stations.
Facebook wants users to see updates from family and friends and things going on in their community in their feeds. They don’t want users inundated with excessive ads and click-bait in the middle of what is supposed to be a social and interactive space.
Alexa is the voice of Amazon’s smart devices such as the Dot and Echo. These devices are internet connected and allow users to speak commands or questions. Alexa provides answers and services through the use of Skills, which are similar to mobile phone apps.
Streaming is easy to do, but sometimes the simplest thing can turn into a big headache. We put together a few do’s and don’ts to help keep those headaches at bay.
Live streaming is a great way to allow listeners access to your station at any time, and get a live feed just as they would in the market listening to your radio station. But what if a listener is not available to listen to their favorite personality or show? Listeners are increasingly accessing station archives to catch up on something they may have missed. What can you do to keep those listeners engaged?
According to research by RTDNA/Hofstra University, and analysis from InsideRadio, many radio stations are trying new things to find millenial listeners.
Last week Will and I sat in on The 2017 Infinite Dial Study by Edison Research and Triton Digital. I was pretty surprised by some of the numbers – a lot has changed over the 11 years I’ve been at SurferNETWORK.
RAIN Online Audio Advertising Summit Recap
According to a study of the listening habits of over 2,000 women 54% of women who listen to music at work are listening to the radio. 14% of those are listening to the station’s stream while 40% are listening to traditional over the air radio… Just another example of radio still being the go to listening source for many people.