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8-7-17 Virtual Assistant Blog

Alexa, how are you skewing my Search results?

While voice-powered virtual assistants have been around for several years, new advancements have been made to enhance the consumer experience. Ad campaigns for Alexa, Google Home, and Siri show how easy it is to use these devices and promote the convenience of using a voice-activated device to access information and purchase product. This week, Media […]

Comments  /  Rachel Molloy

7-14-17 Summer Game Shows

Summertime is Game Show Time

This summer, game shows are taking over prime time TV.  Across the major networks, there is a surge of light-hearted, family-friendly game show programs that are free of politics, social issues and controversy, and just focus on fun. Unlike TV narrative series where viewers need to watch each week to stay current, game shows allow […]

Comments  /  Rachel Molloy

6-30-17 Rock Blog

The Rock Resurgence

In markets across the country, the Rock format is coming back with a vengeance. Stations are tweaking playlists and carefully selecting artists to bring listeners back to a format that lost its way over the years. Rock stations are seeing audience increases in key markets across the country and increased TSL (time spent listening) in […]

Comments  /  Megan Olson

5-12-17 Moms Media Blog Site

Moms and Media

What defines a “Mom” these days? Today, Moms have become the ultimate multi-taskers, juggling kids, work, transportation and regular household duties on a daily basis. Moms interact with a variety of media platforms throughout the day, and because they are key indicators of consumer trends, Marketers are constantly looking for ways to reach them. This […]

Comments  /  Alisa Chapman

4A's Data Summit MW Site

4A’s Data Summit: Five things we learned from the 4A’s Data Summit

Data is “crap optimized on crap.” It’s not often that a keynote speaker at a Data conference tells an audience of seasoned advertising professionals that data is “crap optimized on crap,” but that is how Rishad Tobaccowala kicked off the day. The reason we attended the conference was to learn more about data, so discrediting […]

Comments  /  Megan Olson