There are now nearly 14,000 radio stations in the UK and US alone and as one of our core aims is listening and investigating the multiple ways social media connects brands with audiences, we decided to take a look at how well radio station are faring in this new era of communication.
Looking for the latest in sports marketing? Or perhaps some inspiration to jump-start your day? I already had one article on this blog about this, TOP 8 sports marketing people you should follow on Twitter, but now I have updated this list with 17 more people you should start following!
In her excellent piece for Current, “Why the push to launch podcasts is missing the point,” Michigan Radio Program Director Tamar Charney makes some very smart observations that got me thinking about the relationship between radio and podcasting in some new ways. But I think she’s a little wrong to assert that podcasts and radio are basically the same thing.“The medium has always shaped the message.”
Snapchat has a new player on its ever growing team, the NFL. The popular messaging app announced on Thursday morning a new deal that will allow fans attending games to participate in a global Snapchat story
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