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Radio in car: the future is DAB together with the internet

Radio in car: the future is DAB together with the internet | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Free, expanded robust coverage and great station choice - the future of in-car radio will be a combination of digital broadcast working alongside the internet
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The future of #radio in car as seen by Ford. 'Broadcasters can’t take their place in the dashboard for granted' says NAB CEO | Jacoblog

The future of #radio in car as seen by Ford. 'Broadcasters can’t take their place in the dashboard for granted' says NAB CEO | Jacoblog | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

It is hard to believe that in some circles, there’s a raging debate…about all the wrong things.

Are digital futurists falsely predicting the doom of radio?

Are automakers conspiring to eliminate AM/FM radio from their “center stacks?”

Do we really need to be streaming?

Are young people abandoning radio in favor of new media technologies?

And on it goes.

In radio, these are issues akin to gun control, immigration, and the budget deficit – too complicated to take on in this space.

But for one of them – the future of radio in vehicles – there is no better source than to go to one of the fathers of Ford SYNC – Julius Marchwicki – for his insights about the relationship between the automakers and radio.

Radio World’s  Leslie Stimson did just that last month when she interviewed Marchwicki, Ford’s global product manager for Sync AppLink.

So, what’s his take on radio and apps?

“When I think of radio, I think of an easy way to access localized content for any reason anywhere in the world. That content can be anything. It’s music, it’s news, it’s all sorts of things…Today, the age of the Internet and mobile phones as data connectivity has brought us to a world where I can access any radio station anywhere in the world anytime; and I personally think that’s fantastic. … Now we’re entering a world of applications and a world of data connectivity everywhere.”

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As NAB CEO Gordon Smith clearly noted early in his keynote address, the “connected car” is a big topic for radio – today and in the future:

“Not too long ago some within our own industry raised the question of whether radio, specifically, was on the verge of being pushed out of the automobile.  I think consumers and the leaders in Detroit said it best with a resounding no!  But it is a good reminder that broadcasters can’t take their place in the dashboard for granted…we must continue to innovate and provide the content listeners want on many different platforms.  We must keep our eyes focused on the new doors that open before us.  The danger for any business that becomes complacent is its being left behind.”


Complete post  : http://jacobsmediablog.com/2013/04/10/a-better-idea/


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Exciting new creative opportunities with multiplaform Radio - James O Brien, ABC, Australia @ Radiodays Europe

James O’Brien (Network Development Manager, ABC Local Radio, Sydney, Australia)

Radio has never been more multiplatform. New forms of radio continue to take hold across the world, whether on DAB+ or online. These don't just add new ways to listen: they give radio programme-makers exciting new creative opportunities

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@whyd new social music platform to Keep Play & Share the web's music [video] CNN @LeWeb12

Whyd : A social music platform that allows users to download and share music found anywhere on the Web.

 

 

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CSA picks Onde Numerique for pay digital radio licence | Telecompaper

French audiovisual regulator CSA has chosen Onde Numerique over Media Mobile to operate a future pay digital radio service over the L band. The preparatory decision was taken at a plenary session on 23 October. After its digital pay radio service is operating, Onde Numerique will be permitted to deliver video and other data services under its licence. Reuters reports that Onde Numerique plans to offer subscribers 64 radio stations, including 50 exclusivce ones. Onde Numerique is in partnership with Lagardere subsidiary Metta to produce specific radio shows, but also with many FM stations including Europe 1, Oui FM and Radio Classique.

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WorldDMB Holds Panel Discussion at Telematics Update Conference

WorldDMB Holds Panel Discussion at Telematics Update Conference | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

WorldDMB brought together high profile broadcast speakers for a panel discussion "Digital Radio - the Forgotten Connection" at the Telematics Update conference held in Munich.

 

The panelists went on to discuss the future of radio as a hybrid of all radio standards including IP. Bowie said "The ability to use all of the new functionality of digital radio including IP offers a more personalized listening experience alongside greater opportunities to monetize."

The panel called for greater co-operation between broadcasters and the automotive industry and concluded that radio is still an important connection in the car with digital radio offering opportunities and innovative ways to connect with the driver. In fact, a poll of the audience revealed that 80 percent continue to listen to the radio every day whilst driving, and according to Helmut Bauer, "German listeners on average listen to 4 hours of radio per day and of this, 30 minutes is in-car."

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Nouveau spot TV pour la promotion nationale de la Radio Numérique DAB+

Nouveau spot TV de l'agence numéro10 pour la promotion nationale de la Radio Numérique DAB+.
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Arbitron and comScore announce unified radio/TV/web/mobile audience measurement initiative | RAIN

Arbitron and comScore announce unified radio/TV/web/mobile audience measurement initiative | RAIN | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

While we were waiting for Arbitron to finally unveil their long-awaited unified on-air/online radio measurement, they've announced a deal with comScore and ESPN to measure audio, video, and display across radio, tv, the web, and mobile.The goal here is to create audience measurement using common metrics on a national and continuous basis, so content providers and marketers can gauge the reach, engagement, and cross-platform duplication of audience.

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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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Le gouvernement enterre la radio numérique terrestre | LesEchos

Le gouvernement enterre la radio numérique terrestre | LesEchos | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Il a décidé de ne pas demander de fréquences pour Radio France, ce qui l'empêchera d'être de l'aventure. Reste à savoir ce que va faire le CSA : maintenir les appels à candidatures, ou les déclarer infructueux compte tenu de l'absence d'un acteur de poids.
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Radio In Transition: A Q&A With Clear Channel's John Hogan Ahead of Billboard Country Summit | Billboard.biz

Radio In Transition: A Q&A With Clear Channel's John Hogan Ahead of Billboard Country Summit | Billboard.biz | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

One of the most important segments of the Billboard Country Music Summit June 4-5 in Nashville will be the closing radio block...

Bob Pittman, widely recognized as the founder of MTV, became Clear Channel CEO last fall and has taken steps to better synchronize the heritage medium with its newer digital properties, including iHeartRadio and an artist integration program that places content on multiple platforms...

What doesn't get reported and what hasn't been talked about is the significant investment we're making to build for the future and to make sure that our brand can be heard on a variety of different distribution platforms and that they're as robust and compelling and resonant as they can be...

Look at the newspaper business. They didn't change. They didn't evolve. They didn't hire people for their digital business. They're gone, for all intents and purposes. I think that radio has been at an influxion point, and those that don't grasp the opportunity as we have run a real risk of becoming irrelevant.

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Exploring how to strengthen tools to engage citizens | SocialBrite

Exploring how to strengthen tools to engage citizens | SocialBrite | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Called the Tech for Engagement Summit, the invitation-only gathering brings together 70 leaders and innovators in new technologies for a collaborative working session. The overall goal, we’ve been told, is to explore and to buttress technologies that can be used “to inspire and facilitate on-the-ground action” at the community level. That requires strengthening the network of practitioners working in the space, reviewing the state of tech for engagement and coming up with opportunities to collaborate and work together in the months ahead.

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SoundCloud is targeting mobile, tablet… and TV? | GigaOM

SoundCloud is targeting mobile, tablet… and TV? | GigaOM | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Eric Wahlforss, the co-founder of sound-sharing platform SoundCloud tells GigaOM where the company is going -- including a new mobile-friendly version and the potential for TV integration -- and explains what it's like being an impromptu ambassador for Berlin.

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Troy Carter Says The Next Technology Disruption In Music Will Happen In Terrestrial Radio | TechCrunch

Troy Carter Says The Next Technology Disruption In Music Will Happen In Terrestrial Radio | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

During Disrupt, Lady Gaga’s manager and Atom Factory founder, Troy Carter, suggested that the area ripe for disruption in the music industry by technology is terrestrial radio

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In regards to the state of the music industry, Carter thinks that technology has always pushed things forward and is an essential part of selling albums and concert tickets: “I don’t think tech has screwed the music industry, the music industry has to adjust to change. When people in remote villages throughout the world can access music, it’s a good thing.” he said.

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SmartTV apps for Radio @ Radiodays Europe 2013

Smart-TV apps for radio Reaching the listener across all channelsbigFM launched a Samsung Smart TV-App supported by Spoiled Milk.bigFM encounters the TV respect
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Radio’s streaming listeners are less mobile.

Radio’s streaming listeners are less mobile. | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Why don't people listen to radio as much on streaming devices? New Triton Digital data from January shows broadcast radio streams split 80/20 in favor of listening on desktops.

It showed pureplays with a 70/30 split in favor of mobile listening, driven by Pandora.   However broadcast streams did see an 18% increase in mobile listening in January, which Triton says was the fastest growing sector of the month. Pureplay desktop and mobile listening remained relatively consistent at a 2% and 3% gain respectively.

 

Read Triton’s complete top 20 January ranker HERE.

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Radio numérique terrestre : de l’impasse à la renaissance | Le Cercle Les Echos

Radio numérique terrestre : de l’impasse à la renaissance | Le Cercle Les Echos | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

La radio, elle-même, participe donc à cette mutation et devient à son tour la radio IP (Internet Protocol) : de plus en plus écoutée par le réseau et s’invitant sur tous les terminaux dotés d’une capacité sonore. La radio IP transforme la bande FM actuelle, qui n’offre en chaque lieu que quelques dizaines de programmes, en une nouvelle bande de fréquence infinie. Et la personnalité de la radio trouve bien sa place au côté des services musicaux à la carte qui se développent parallèlement sur le Net.

Cette évolution s’accompagne d’un nouveau modèle économique : deux auditeurs distincts, reconnus par leur adresse IP, pourront écouter le même programme mais entendre des publicités différentes, et ce en fonction de leur profil et de leur géolocalisation. C’est la précision de l’Internet mariée à l’omniprésence de la radio.

C’est ici qu’intervient une nouvelle révolution : l’Internet radiodiffusé ou « IP Broadcast », pour faire plus chic. Cette technologie permet à la radiodiffusion d’intégrer le monde Internet en y apportant des avantages majeurs non seulement pour la radio mais pour tout l’écosystème des médias et des télécommunications.


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La radio de plus en plus téléphonée

La radio  de plus en plus téléphonée | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Numérique. Avec l’avènement des smartphones, les stations vivent une mutation technologique.

 

Allô, la radio ? Au cours du mois dernier, 6,6 millions de Français ont écouté la radio sur leur smartphone, selon Médiamétrie. Lequel smartphone se balade dans la poche de 23,8 millions de personnes, soit 46,6% de la population. Conscientes de cette révolution, et soucieuses de ne pas louper le coche de la sacro-sainte modernité, les radios de la bande FM ont toutes misé sur ce téléphone intelligent...

Ainsi, par le prisme du smartphone, la radio se modernise, se numérise et enclenche une véritable mutation...

«Elle devient hybride, analyse Joël Ronez. Le type de média véhiculé n’est plus seulement le son, on démultiplie les potentialités, on associe au flux sonore de l’image, du texte, de la vidéo et de l’interactivité. C’est tout cela désormais faire de la radio.»...

C’est un paradoxe, mais la radio sur mobile est avant tout visuelle...

 

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Radio numérique terrestre : le CSA publie les sélections pour Paris, Marseille et Nice, Tech-médias

Radio numérique terrestre : le CSA publie les sélections pour Paris, Marseille et Nice, Tech-médias | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Avec la publication de cette sélection, le compte à rebours est lancé. Le CSA espère un lancement effectif avant la fin de l'année dans les trois villes concernées.

Attendues avec impatience par les éditeurs des stations concernés, le CSA a enfin publié la sélection des radios pour le lancement de la radio numérique terrestre (RNT) à Paris, Marseille et Nice. Cette sélection est importante. Elle marque le coup d'envoi de la RNT, même si le CSA, pour l'instant, n'a effectivement relancé la RNT que dans ces trois villes.

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How ESPN became a rapidly-growing, multi-platform profit machine | RAIN

How ESPN became a rapidly-growing, multi-platform profit machine | RAIN | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Since its inception in the late 70s, and especially over the past ten years, ESPN "has moved aggressively into new media and platforms, without regard for how they may negatively impact the old. This strategy allows ESPN to squeeze more revenue out of any event it carries by selling that same contest in multiple formats, instead of merely broadcasting it on television." ESPN president John Skipper credits the success to a philosophy of "build, build, build. There comes a time when a lot of businesses become calcified, but we never stop building."

 

Complete post from Rain : http://kurthanson.com/category/issue-title/rain-912-how-espn-became-rapidly-growing-multi-platform-profit-machine

 

Original article from Bloomberg Businessweek on the mammoth, multi-platform success of the ESPN empire : http://jacobsmediablog.com/2012/09/12/sports-center/

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Présentation des projets très interessants de Radio France | nvx

Présentation des projets très interessants de Radio France | nvx | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Plateforme musicale, nouvelles applications, NouvOson etc. Toutes les nouveautés du pôle Nouveaux médias, c'est dans le discours de rentrée de Joël Ronez, lors de la conférence de presse de rentrée du groupe, le mardi 4 septembre 2012.

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Quel Avenir pour la radio ? Une soutenance de l’école des Mines. | Moustic.fr

Quel Avenir pour la radio ? Une soutenance de l’école des Mines. | Moustic.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Novembre 2011, Romain, Aloïs et Jonathan doivent comme tous les étudiants de leur promo, réaliser une soutenance sur un sujet proposé par leurs professeurs, ils choisissent : « l’avenir de la radio »… Complètement étrangers à cet univers, les trois amis réfléchissent comme ils l’ont toujours fait, avec une logique d’ingénieur…

Lire l'article et écouter les enregistrements ici : http://www.moustic.fr/actualites/quel-avenir-pour-la-radio-une-soutenance-de-lecole-des-mines/

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Les Indés Radio, la RNT et les projets de Sud Radio par Jean-Eric Valli | Radiotraque

Les Indés Radio, la RNT et les projets de Sud Radio par Jean-Eric Valli | Radiotraque | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Quelques jours après le dépôt des candidatures au CSA pour la Radio numérique terrestre, Jean-Eric Valli, président du GIE Les Indés Radios, revient sur le périmètre du groupement et sur le modèle économique extrapolé autour de la RNT pour les radios indépendantes. Membre du Sirti, il donne son point de vue sans concession sur l’évolution de l’installation de la RNT en France. En tant que président de Sud Radio Groupe, il détaille enfin les perspectives de Sud Radio.

 

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Programming : News/Talk/Sports : TECHSURVEY8: An Interview with Jacobs Media President Fred Jacobs | Radio-Info.com

Do you know your audience? How are News/Talk listeners using radio and other media?

You may be surprised. Fred Jacobs, President of Jacobs Media, who is being honored this year with the Conclave's Rockwell Lifetime Achievement award for broadcasting, shares results from his company's Techsurvey8. More than 57,000 listeners participated, in 12 formats, including News/Talk. One of the essential findings, according to Jacobs is, “Radio needs to become more competitive in serving the first-thing-in-the-morning need.”

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5 Ways Digital Has Forced Agencies to Adapt

5 Ways Digital Has Forced Agencies to Adapt | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Technology advancements have changed the way business gets done for all kinds of companies, including media agencies. Established agencies are competing with newer, more nimble firms founded by digital natives, and leaders in the field are innovating best practices and inventing new ways to deploy messages, activate consumers and measure outcomes.Clearly, digital has forced us to adapt. But what are some of the biggest changes? We spoke with a few agency leaders to learn how the digital revolution has impacted their companies.

1. Strategic Counselor and IT Help Desk

2. Scouting the Next Big Thing

3. Speed Equals Relevance

4. Collaboration Among Practitioners

5. Updating Operations Systems

Adapt to Thrive

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