All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘radio’
Who’s listening to web and satellite radio? According to BIGresearch, the vast majority of Web radio fans are young professional men with active spending habits.
The global number 2 handset maker will preinstall Yahoo services on its Linux and Java platform mobile phones.
Podcasts can help authors promote and sell books. I have already written about how podcasts can be developed into a large scale internet radio station. Bloggers can provide the content via podcast and the station can be far more wide ranging than simply the blogging audience.
Canadian radio listeners will have the opportunity to subscribe to a pair of satellite radio providers.
Ask some businesses about radio advertising and they’ll tell you it’s the greatest investment they ever made while others will tell you it was a complete waste of time and money. So why does radio work for some and not for others? What’s the secret to successful radio advertising?
New Scientist: “Twice a week, Shel Holtz and Neville Hobson co-host an internet radio talk show. No big deal. What is a big deal is that Holtz lives in California while Hobson lives in the Netherlands.
HP and Infinity Broadcasting announced they will work together to deploy Visual Radio to U.S. listeners.
Google’s alleged fresh link filter is on the minds of many website owners and search engine optimization professionals. If indeed, Google is filtering new links into web pages, and not providing full link popularity transfer, then SEO is a whole new ballgame.
The FCC is being cut out of the loop (thank God) via Sirius, its management, Howard Stern and the legendary Mel Karmazin. XM Radio is playing a leading role now, but the real noise is being generated by Sirius.
Radio Innovator Signs Five-Year Agreement to Broadcast on SIRIUS Beginning in 2006. Landmark Deal for SIRIUS and Satellite Radio Industry, With Significant Potential to Accelerate Growth for SIRIUS.
America Online today announced the launch of a live, interactive daily sports radio program hosted by former NFL kicker, Jess Atkinson.
Recent trends show radio is rapidly becoming the advertising method of choice for thousands of businesses and web sites. Radio lets you focus your ad dollars on specific groups of customers. You can zero in on important towns and cities. Radio also offers lower prices than other broadcast media.
William A. Gordon and Stephen Schochet are Hollywood authors and storytellers who, between themselves, have done over 600 radio interviews. Although they work independently, they often share information about specific shows and compare strategies for getting booked. Here they share some of the lessons they have learned about selling books, CDs and audiotapes through radio interviews.
TV’s free. Radio’s free. And, now accessing the Internet is free thanks to a growing number of free ad-based Internet access providers.