When Is A Hit A Hit?

January 19, 2015

This is the first in a series about how listeners engage with music across traditional and emerging platforms For decades, radio has debated the question of how fast stations should move through contemporary music.  When modern music research first emerged in the 1970s, radio stations began holding on to hits longer than they did in … Continue reading When Is A Hit A Hit? »

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The Changing Face of Research

October 16, 2014

The evolution of technology in our lives has changed the way we do just about everything, from how we shop to how we travel and communicate. This week, Warren Kurtzman spoke with Richard Sands of The Sands Report to discuss how research has changed and evolved over the years. Click here to read the full article.

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How to Win at Breakfast

April 28, 2014

CEO Jon Coleman interviews with Greg Smith from Radio Today Australia, sharing his thoughts and insight on what it takes to win the ratings at breakfast. Click here to read the full article. For a high-res version of the Program Development Model featured in this article, click the image below.

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Crossing Borders

March 31, 2014

Vice President Chris Ackerman (@ChrisatColeman) lends his insight on the Country music genre and fan-base to the American Marketing Association in this month’s edition of Marketing News magazine. The full article is available here: Marketing News – Crossing Borders (PDF) and online.    

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Pharmacies, Cigarettes…and Radio?

February 26, 2014

Last month, Jon Coleman wrote on article entitled “Misreading PPM and What Drives Ratings.”  In it, he talked about the tension between in-the-moment performance and brand value.  Jon expressed concern that radio programmers and management are sometimes so overly focused on preventing in-the-moment tune-out that they don’t do the big bold things that drive loyalty … Continue reading Pharmacies, Cigarettes…and Radio? »

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Jon Coleman: Power Player

January 22, 2014

CEO Jon Coleman is this week’s AllAccess.com Power Player, where he delves deeper into his thoughts on misreading PPM and other important issues within the radio industry. Read the full interview here.

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