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Learn and network with the Internet Radio industry's top leaders at RAIN Summit Europe @ Brussel 23rd of May

Learn and network with the Internet Radio industry's top leaders at RAIN Summit Europe @ Brussel 23rd of May | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Internet radio executives from across Europe will meet in Brussels, Belgium on Thursday May 23rd for the 2nd annual RAIN Summit Europe organized by Kurt Hanson, publisher of “RAIN: Radio and Internet Newsletter”.

 

The pan-European conference will be a day-long event, including thought provoking panels and presentations, insightful speakers experts on various aspects of the field of streaming radio, and engaging networking opportunities. Executives from many different European countries will share thoughts and ideas on the future of radio in the digital world.

 

"Internet radio is an extremely fast-growing field,” said Kurt Hanson.  “In some countries, Internet radio listening now comprises up to 10% of all radio listening, and it is growing at the rate of 30 - 50% per year. It’s a delivery mechanism for radio that’s able to offer wide variety, incredible depth, and even personalization. And now in 2013 it’s coming quickly into the car as well!" 

 

For more information on the agenda and speakers, visit the RAIN Summit Europe website (http://summits.kurthanson.com/rainsummiteurope).

Register using Amiando : http://www.amiando.com/BKWZSPA or Eventbrite http://www.eventbrite.com/event/6051659677 and get a special 20% discount off of registration by entering the Actuonda's special promo code RSNM2013

 

For more information about the sponsorship opportunities, please contact Nicolas Moulard by mail : moulard@actuonda.com or by phone +34 699 248 200

 

Actuonda is exclusive representative for RAIN Summits in Europe and member of the Advisory Board.

 

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Kurt Hanson's State of the Industry Address, Fall 2012

From RAIN Summit Dallas 2012: RAIN publisher and AccuRadio CEO/founder Kurt Hanson's State of the Industry Address. Covers the "Innovator's Dilemma," 801(b) and why "willing buyer/willing seller" is "gibberish."

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Vegas conference jam-packed with insightful discussions, new research, new ideas | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter

Vegas conference jam-packed with insightful discussions, new research, new ideas | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

RAIN Summit West 2012 this past Sunday was a whirlwind of a day, packed to the brim with new research, fascinating discussions and more than a few thought-provoking ideas. It was without a doubt our biggest and best conference yet: hundreds of people attended to hear from more than 50 speakers, 2 keynote presentations, 2 research presentations, 3 POVs (Points of View) and 7 panels.

Original article with list of links to articles covering the event.

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RAIN Summit West Explores Internet Radio's Future

RAIN Summit West Explores Internet Radio's Future | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Brief summary of RAIN SUMMIT WEST seminar on digital radio...

Measurement A Big Issue

The INTERNET ADVERTISING BUREAU's MICHAEL THEODORE, moderating the opening session on measurement of Internet audio, noted that research shows 4 out of 10 Americans use online audio, with audio having more than double the time spent listening of digital video...

finding a solution to the measurement issue is a matter of working through the process ("Advertisers want a solution, publishers want a solution," PANDORA's DOUG STERNE said);

TARGETSPOT's EYAL GOLDBERGER presented an update on online listening trends (listening up, desirable demographics, 65% still listen as much or more to regular radio but the number drops to 47% among 18-24-year-olds, and most Internet listeners listen to music)...

On a panel discussing the added sales benefits of interactivity, video integration, and live events, and the different expectations (like fewer ads) of the online audience, echoed the earlier sentiment that the measurement debate needs to be resolved for the benefit of the industry....

TRITON MEDIA GROUP's NEAL SCHORE stressed the social connection of radio and how listeners "follow content," and called for broadcasters to require registration for online listening...

In his traditional "State of the Industry" address, RAIN founder KURT HANSON repeated his assertion from previous Summits that radio is entering its "fourth golden age." To his previous list of four characteristics of the age -- variety, low spot load, ubiquity, and personalization -- HANSON added a fifth, "precise measurement."...

THE MEDIA AUDIT's PHIL BESWICK offered a study on Internet radio, showing adoption of the medium is growing, especially in younger demographics...

SIGAL said he expects high-end cars to come with data plans and lower-end cars to connect through the driver's cell phone...

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New developments for Internet radio announced in lead-up to NAB Show | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter

New developments for Internet radio announced in lead-up to NAB Show | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

11th annual RAIN Summit this Sunday in Vegas

As you know, RAIN Summit West is this Sunday, once again a "co-located event" of what looks to be an eventful NAB Show. And as always, there are lots of big announcements made in the days before and at the convention. Here are a few RAIN readers should find interesting:

- BRS Media Inc., which administers the ".fm" and ".am" top-level domains (TLDs), has submitted "an extensive, comprehensive and detailed" application to administer a new ".radio" TLD

- Triton Digital has updated its Advertising Platform, featuring the ability to target for pre-roll and instream ads by listeners' specific mobile device or country (or many other pre-specified custom criteria).

- Liquid Compass and AdsWizz will unveil new features for Liquid Compass' LC Pro 2.0 streaming player (here), designed to increase both ad opportunities and interactivity. The new features include a "portable" "Now Playing" widget, custom couponing ("daily deals"), custom polls (surveys), on-the-fly advertiser "takeovers" of the player, and client controls to more quickly customize the look of the player.

- Abacast has announced its "Personalized Live Radio" service, combining broadcast radio's "live and local" content with music-personalization features found on Net-only radio services

 

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Social Radio Panel from RAIN Summit Dallas

The "Social Radio" panel at RAIN Summit Dallas featured moderator Jim Kerr (Triton Digital) and panelists Manolo Espinosa (SoundCloud), Mike Dougherty (Jelli), Owen Grover (Clear Channel Media + Entertainment) and Tom Brophy (Raditaz).

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Clear Channel Tim Castelli's Keynote from RAIN Summit Dallas

Listen to the keynote presentation of RAIN Summit Dallas 2012, as delivered by Clear Channel's Tim Castelli. As one of the industry's top digital media sales executives, Castelli ensures the close integration of Clear Channel's national sales & partnership operations, including Digital, Strategic Partnerships, Clear Channel Radio sales & Premiere Radio Networks sales and others.

 

Read more about Castelli's keynote -- and RAIN Summit Dallas -- at http://kurthanson.com

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Internet radio listening “is no longer a trend, it’s a behavior” | Radio-Info.com

Internet radio listening “is no longer a trend, it’s a behavior” | Radio-Info.com | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

From today's TRI coverage of the RAIN Summit West in Las Vegas: A new TargetSpot study from Parks Associates shows that 42% of the U.S. population is listening to Internet radio. TargetSpot CEO Eyal Goldwerger (pictured) says that represents 8% growth from last year’s study. He says the online audience is “valuable and desirable,” with 42% from households with kids, and 22% in households with more than $100,000 in income...

Goldwerger says, “75% of Internet radio listeners change stations at least once daily.” And 64% change Internet radio websites (leaving Pandora, Slacker, iHeartRadio, etc.) at least once daily. Goldwerger ends the data-run with the puzzle about Internet radio – “86% do not pay for premium access to content.” To Goldwerger, who’s in the business of selling ads online, that represents opportunity. He says Internet radio listeners are “opting in for advertising.”

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Triton Digital says it’s time to ask IP radio listeners for “registration" | Radio-Info.com

Triton Digital says it’s time to ask IP radio listeners for “registration" | Radio-Info.com | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

More from Sunday's RAIN Summit West in Las Vegas.

Triton Digital President/CEO NealSchore acknowledges radio for making “good progress with top brands and categories”, but says the clients still haven’t been educated enough. He tells the room – and the Internet radio industry – that it’s time “stop debating”, and think like publishers (content publishers). He says “the rest is just noise that’s distracting” to advertisers. As for that “registration.” To provide potential clients with better research, Triton Digital believes it’s time to ask for a little more personal information, in exchange for the free audio stream and ads. The service would ask for things like gender, location and age (via birth date).

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