LONDON: Radio faces increased competition for audio time, with the growth of music streaming services and the explosion of podcasting, but it continues to be “resilient”, reaching nine in ten UK adults and claiming the highest ...
NEW YORK: The majority of US consumers who own smart speakers in the US are listening to more audio since they acquired the device, and women are more likely to have bought one than men, new research reveals.
The demand for digital audio content is growing at a rapid rate. As audio continues to play a central role in our lives, sound has never been so influential in media, technology and business, suggests Oliver Deane.
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.
Patrick Collins, MRS Awards, Winner, December 2015
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