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Music Discovery Still Dominated by Radio, Says Nielsen Music 360 Report

Music Discovery Still Dominated by Radio, Says Nielsen Music 360 Report | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

La radio musicale se porte bien, les terminaux évoluent mais l'intelligence de la programmation continue de fédérer le plus grand nombre

 

Nielsen edite une etude qui dis la meme chose que celle commandée par la Sacem en debut d'année sur les habitudes des consommateurs de musique en France

 

Exemple :

La radio est encore le principal moyen pour decouvrir la musique

48% grâce à la radio
10% via des amis / parents
7% grâce à YouTube

 

Mais attention , il y a une nuance tres importante, la FM est delaissée au profit d'un autre terminal... 47% ont téléchargé une application radio sur leur téléphone intelligent.

 

Le decouverte (posture active)  est differente de l'ecoute (posture passive) => 64% des adolescents écoutent leur musique via YouTube. 56% via la radio, 53% sur iTunes et 50% via le format CD.

 

... tous les chiffres ici : http://www.nielsen.com/us/en/insights/press-room/2012/music-discovery-still-dominated-by-radio--says-nielsen-music-360.html


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Top Ten Reasons to Engage Your Community Beyond Broadcast | NCME

Top Ten Reasons to Engage Your Community Beyond Broadcast | NCME | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Community engagement through public broadcasting: helping stations strengthen civic life and deepen their local significance.

1 > Build Connections

2 > Advance Mission

3 > Build Releance

4 > Increase Value

5 > Improve Awareness

6 > Impact Behavior

7 > Stregthen Community

8 > Improve Solvency

9 > Increase Diversity

10 > Change Station Culture

 

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L’image et les réseaux pour mettre en valeur le travail des envoyés spéciaux | Radio France

L’image et les réseaux pour mettre en valeur le travail des envoyés spéciaux | Radio France | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Après Clichés de campagne et Bulles de Cannes, voici Retour à Tahrir et Metal Fantaisies : Radio France prolonge une expérience originale, qui mêle une écriture visuelle forte aux voix des internautes captées sur les réseaux sociaux.

À chaque fois le même pari: mêler le regard de photographes ou de dessinateurs, le travail éditorial des équipes de Radio France et les contributions des internautes. Le tout est mis en valeur sur un minisite au graphisme et à la navigation signés par l'agence Upian, avec une agrégation de tweets, sons, images et vidéos via une API éprouvée, Storify. La timeline ainsi créee est ensuite injectée dans l'interface développée par Upian, qui propose une navigation "unidirectionnelle" et intuitive avec les flèches du clavier. D'abord l'image seule, plein écran, puis la timeline qui défile.

L'originalité vient de la place accordée à l'image, avec une écriture photographique forte et décalée. L'anti diaporama. Clichés de campagne, Retour à Tahrir et Metal Fantaisies doivent beaucoup au talent des photographes de l'agence Myop, à commencer par Guillaume Binet, Lionel Charrier, et Ulrich Lebeuf ou encore Richard Bellia.

Cette interface encore appelée à évoluer est une formidable mise en valeur du travail des rédactions de Radio France et démontre qu’un véritable effort de curation peut faire disparaître le bruit du net avec élégance et en extraire la substantifique moëlle…

 

Post complet et liens : http://nvx.radiofrance.fr/content/l%E2%80%99image-et-les-r%C3%A9seaux-pour-mettre-en-valeur%C2%A0le%C2%A0travail-des-envoy%C3%A9s-sp%C3%A9ciaux

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Digital Tools of Engagement: Storify, SoundCloud, Pinterest

Pinterest. Storify. SoundCloud. You’ve likely been hearing a lot about these new online tools.

For public media, they offer opportunities to move beyond using social media for marketing and distribution. They give stations a chance to engage, learn from and build relationships with their communities (even people who may not be current public media listeners.)

Find out if they’re useful for you
The NCME webinar was full of helpful information and tips about how public media is (and could be) using these tools.

Original post : http://blog.mediaengage.org/?p=4343#more-4343

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Un regard transmedia sur l’industrie de la musique

Un regard transmedia sur l’industrie de la musique | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Face aux évolutions d’usages et aux nouvelles habitudes de consommation media, l’industrie de la musique rencontre des problèmes similaires à ceux recensés dans l’audiovisuel : des audiences instables, une concurrence croissante des contenus et le piratage. Pourtant, de nouveaux modèles économiques et des projets multiplateformes émergent: Jay Z, Gorillaz ou encore Nine Inch Nails par exemple, renforcent leurs relations avec le public à travers le storytelling.

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What if Listeners Don’t Want to “Engage” with your Radio Brands? | Radio Intelligence

What if Listeners Don’t Want to “Engage” with your Radio Brands? | Radio Intelligence | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Getting “engagement” online requires doing things online designed to engage. That means much more than repurposing over-the-air content, tweeting what song you’re playing now, embedding that YouTube clip everybody has already seen, or pimping whatever the contest-du-jour happens to be.

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Apple Sets Its Sights On Radio With New Patent

Apple Sets Its Sights On Radio With New Patent | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
This week Apple was awarded a patent that appears to be a shot across the bow to streaming broadcasters. The patent enables switching from broadcastor streamed content to media stored on a device. By using information available from RDS data, broadcast listings or published programming schedules, the device would determine in advance what programming might not be of interest to the user and then switch to songs or podcasts stored on the device or streamed from a cloud based library. The system reportedly uses the device owner’s content consumption habits, as well as “like” and”dislike” interactive features to determine preferences.
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TuneIn radio service tops 40m active listeners as it raises $16m

TuneIn radio service tops 40m active listeners as it raises $16m | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Streaming radio service TuneIn has raised $16m in its latest round of funding, while announcing that it now has more than 40m monthly active listeners.
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Nielsen: More Teens Now Listen To Music Through YouTube Than Any Other Source | TechCrunch

Nielsen: More Teens Now Listen To Music Through YouTube Than Any Other Source | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

According to Nielsen’s latest “Music 360” report, 48% of consumers in the U.S. still see radio as the dominant way to discover new music. For almost two-thirds of U.S. teenagers, however, Google’s YouTube is now a more important source of music than radio (54%), iTunes (53%) and CDs (50%).

Despite the growing popularity of Internet music services among teens, about a third of them still bought a CD in the last year and among all respondents, 55% said physical CDs are still a very or fairly good value.

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How the Internet Has Rocked the Music Industry [infographic]

How the Internet Has Rocked the Music Industry [infographic] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The Internet has ripped the price tag off of music. In seconds, web surfers can access millions of song on YouTube or an unlimited live stream with digital services such as Spotify.

With smartphone apps, free music is even available to-go. So, with free all-you-can-stream services, have people stopped paying for music? The numbers say yes.

The number of physical record stores dropped a whopping 77.4% between 2000 and 2010, and are expected to decline another 11.6% by 2016, according to The Wall Street Journal. Local music shops and large national chains will not fare well.

In 2011, digital music sales surged 8% globally, accounting for $5.2 billion in legal downloads. More people may be listening to music, but physical album sales will continue to decline.

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Spotify Radio for desktop gets thumbs up/down feature, letting you sync the songs you like across devices

Spotify Radio for desktop gets thumbs up/down feature, letting you sync the songs you like across devices | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Spotify enabled mobile radio on iOS a month ago, with the same functionality landing on Android last week.

Spotify Radio lets users create radio stations based on any artist, album or playlist. If you like a song, you can save it to your Spotify playlists, with an unlimited number of stations and songs. You can also store the songs you like by giving it a ‘thumbs up’, saving it to a ‘Liked from Radio’ playlist

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This Is What Streaming Music Looks Like In 2012...

This Is What Streaming Music Looks Like In 2012... | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

la musique en streaming c'est d'abord Youtube et ensuite dans une moindre mesure Pandora, Spotify puis les autres  (Digital Music News)

On-demand, video, online radio, whatever: this is who's serving streaming music to the world right now


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Plus Music. The easy way to listen on the web.

Plus Music. The easy way to listen on the web. | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

This app will instantly find music for the artists you want to listen to. No effort. No hassle. It integrates seamlessly with Facebook and your browser. Find out more...


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MTV Execs Talk New Social, Multiplatform Tools for 2012 Video Music Awards

MTV Execs Talk New Social, Multiplatform Tools for 2012 Video Music Awards | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
MTV has long prided itself on keeping on the cutting edge of social programming, integrating Twitter and other forms of interactive participation into many of its broadcasts.

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Radio France mesure en temps réel son "bruit" sur Twitter | LeMonde

Radio France mesure en temps réel son "bruit" sur Twitter | LeMonde | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Radio France a mis au point un outil permettant de mesurer son influence sur le réseau social Twitter. Appelé "console Twitter", il mesure en permanence le nombre de tweets émis par les comptes officiels des stations, par ceux des journalistes et des animateurs, ainsi que les reprises (retweets) et les commentaires envoyés par les internautes. Ces chiffres cumulés donnent une mesure que Joël Ronez, directeur des nouveaux médias à Radio France, appelle le "bruit".

"Il ne s'agit pas d'un indicateur d'audience, insiste-t-il, ni d'une mesure de qualité. Ces données n'ont pas d'autre ambition que de montrer quelle est l'activité générée sur le réseau social.

D'autres médias ont développé de tels outils pour mesurer leur influence sur les réseaux. Mais Radio France a décidé de le rendre public sur le site twitter.radiofrance.fr.

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Audio can engage, too | MediaEngage Blog

Audio can engage, too | MediaEngage Blog | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

On our recent Digital Tools of Engagement webinar, Mike Caputo with APM’s Public Insight Network spoke to the crowd about the value of using audio for engagement. He talked about how audio is most often used as a one-way tool: Someone broadcasts, others listen. But, audio platform SoundCloud is helping bring interaction into the mix. In his blog post, How can we get people to “tell” us their story?, Mike recommends stations ask community members to submit audio and explains why SoundCloud makes it easier for the average person to share audio files on the Web.

Read full post here : http://blog.mediaengage.org/?p=4214

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Socializing your Radio Platform | Mark Ramsey

Socializing your Radio Platform | Mark Ramsey | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Radio has been (incorrectly) referred to as the original social network. But if it’s so social, then why are our platforms so stridently and utterly non-social?

It doesn’t have to be that way.

Just ask Elliott Hurst. He’s the CEO of SoCast SRM, a company dedicated to transforming radio’s relationship with its audiences by socializing the experience across digital platforms.

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Gamification can Transform Radio’s Digital Platforms | Mark Ramsey

So what is gamification, and why does it matter to radio? How does gamification dramatically improve the engagement between consumers and our radio brands, and how can this engagement be effectively monetized?

Mark Ramsey (http://www.markramseymedia.com) talks to Triton Digital's Chris Bell (http://www.tritondigital.com) about gamification:

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Rules of Engagement: How Gamification is Changing the World

Gaming: Underlying interlocking systems that form the 'engine' of an experience inorder to communicate a sense of context, meaning and overall progression (level, points, missions, badges, ranking, trophies)...

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Bandcamp Kills It With New Web-Optimized Mobile Pages

Bandcamp Kills It With New Web-Optimized Mobile Pages | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Bandcamp has absolutely killed it with its new mobile-optimized web pages, officially announced in a Bandcamp blog post Monday, which make it incredibly easy to stream music...Every music service has some sort of mobile strategy, so I asked CEO Ethan Diamond about the difference between a good mobile page and a great mobile page. "I think good is being merely functional from mobile, great is tailoring your entire experience for the device." But the proof is in the pudding. A couple days after the soft launch, says Diamond, Bandcamp's mobile sales have already doubled.
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Bringing brands & stories to life through transmedia creativity

Transmedia can take many different forms and can require highly varying budgets, some of which are unattainable to smaller brands and many creative projects.
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What Audiences Want: Study Uncovers Possible Futures for Storytelling | Latitude Research

What Audiences Want: Study Uncovers Possible Futures for Storytelling | Latitude Research | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Earlier this year, Latitude set out to understand audiences’ evolving expectations around their everyday content experiences—with TV shows, movies, books, plot-driven video games, news, and even advertising. We began by speaking with leaders in the emerging “transmedia” space to investigate the challenges and the opportunities that today’s storytellers are encountering.

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Social media: The new news source [infographic] Scool.com

Social media: The new news source [infographic] Scool.com | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Recent research confirms that we are living in the digital information age. Nearly half of all Americans get some form of local news on a mobile device, and 46% of people get their news online at least three times a week. What's more, online news sources officially surpassed print newspapers in ad revenue in 2010. Thanks to online news, we're getting more breaking news than ever. And thanks to social media, we're getting news as it happens—sometimes even before news organizations have a chance to report it.

Are more people turning to social media for breaking news? And can we trust the news that social media delivers to be accurate and factual? Check out this infographic to learn more about the changing face of news delivery and how social media may end up leading the charge.

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Are the Olympics killing radio?

Are the Olympics killing radio? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Highly experienced broadcaster John Myers says:
'Be amazed if radio listening figures are up this quarter or even flat after millions are watching much more TV than normal re Olympics'

Will two weeks of the Olympics kill radio’s audience figures? Will people have found the BBC Radio 5 Live excellent commentary instead? Is TV-watching replacing radio-listening?

What have you been doing? Have you been on-air during the Olympics – are people still listening to you, or are you fighting dead switchboards and a dearth of tweets?

Will John be amazed, or will he be depressingly right?

See answers on James Cridland's Media UK web site :

http://www.mediauk.com/radio/discussions/radio-chatter/are-the-olympics-killing-radio

 

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The Music Listening & Sharing Habits Of Social Media Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Music Listening & Sharing Habits Of Social Media Users [INFOGRAPHIC] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Researchers lab42 asked 500 music fans some questions: When do you listen? How much? On which sites? For Spotify users: Are you hiding your selections in a “private session”? Take a look at the increasingly social nature of music online:

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