NEW YORK: Brands seeking to generate “long clicks” with their digital-audio advertising should consider factors such as storytelling, solo voiceovers and using music, according to research from Pandora, the streaming platform.
Stephen Whiteside, Event Reports, 4A's Strategy Festival, September 2017
Pandora, the digital-audio streaming service, noticed a widespread failing among advertisers when it came to reaching users of its platform, and so conducted several studies aimed at establishing some best practices.
MELBOURNE: As debate about diversity in the media and advertising continues in Australia, new research by Mumbrella has revealed that 73.9% of breakfast radio personalities across Australia's five biggest cities are male.
Integrated Marketing Communications Council Europe, Silver, 2016
This case study describes how the Dutch-speaking Belgian radio station Studio Brussels capitalised on Dave Grohl's broken leg, an injury sustained in Gothenburg, cancelling the rest of the Foo Fighters' upcoming tour dates, including Rock Werchter, Belgium's biggest rock festival.
Patrick Collins, MRS Awards, Winner, December 2015
This case study demonstrates how BBC 1Xtra, a digital radio station for 15-24-year olds, particularly from ethnic minorities, has found an audience-led strategy to maximise the potential of existing assets on air, online and with ongoing outreach.
This article describes the person-centred research approach adopted by Reprezent, a community radio station in London, which wanted to improve its understanding of the disenfranchised young people it serves.
Jack McLaren, Dan Radford, WARC Media Awards, Gold, Best Use of Data, 2017
Disney launched Rogue One, its second film in the Lucasfilms Star Wars franchise, using a data and technology infrastructure that enabled a personalised video and content experience across multiple platforms.
Ed Cracknell, WARC Awards, Gold, Effective Social Strategy, 2017
This case study shows how BT Sports, a sports broadcaster, successfully kicked off its summer programming in the UK with a campaign that recreated famous football moments and asked fans to submit their own.
Hristos Varouhas, Jamie Mackay and Kent Pearson, Account Planning Group Australia, Grand Prix, Creative Planning Awards, 2006
Despite significant marketing investment, prior to mid 2004 growth in the Australian broadband internet market had stalled at around 6% household penetration, well below that of similar OECD countries like UK, Canada and South Korea at the time.