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I have long argued that radio broadcasters demand too little of their mobile apps. Yes, they can stream the over-the-air content. But so can your radio. What else can they do? What about your app is so essential, so engaging, such an important complement to the over-the-air and streaming experience ...
Quick Summary: How can your media brand leapfrog your competition? Not by shortcuts but by “smartcuts.” Here are a few examples that you can put right to work: Lateral thinking, agility, leveraging platforms, 10X thinking, and more…. Shane Snow is the co-founder of Contently, the publishing ...
How do you make your audio brand go “viral”? Mark Middo should know. He’s a “growth hacker,” an entrepreneur who builds growth into the DNA of his product at low cost and without spending big money on marketing or advertising. Growth hacking is at the heart of how today’s ...
What could radio broadcasters possibly learn from a Zoo? Ask the folks at hivio, the first inaugural radio ideas festival, because this conversation between me and San Diego Zoo Global Brand Manager Michael Warburton turned out to be one of the “hits” of the event, and it had the room buzzing. ...
My talk with digital trend-setter Chad Robley is one of the opening sessions from hivio 2013, the inaugural radio ideas festival in San Diego. Chad is CEO of Mindgruve, a digital agency whose clients include brands like Proctor & Gamble, House of Blues, Oracle, Merck and Live Nation. Watch as Chad ...
If we want our fans to spread the word about our radio brands, why don’t we create content that’s more remarkable to begin with? After all, people don’t spread the mundane, they spread the extraordinary. Case and point…this video. Please upgrade your browser Prefer audio? Try ...
Ric Militi is CEO and Creative Director of InnoVision LLC, a leading independent Southern California “anti-agency” (they don’t “buy” radio, for example, they “invest” in it), and he has strong feelings on radio’s place in the mediasphere. If you read no other part of this interview, ...
Ric Militi is CEO and Creative Director of InnoVision LLC, a leading independent Southern California “anti-agency” (they don’t “buy” radio, for example, they “invest” in it), and he has strong feelings on radio’s place in the mediasphere. If you read no other part of this interview, skip ...
Want to know what’s ahead for your radio brand in just five minutes? Then this video is for you: Please upgrade your browser Prefer audio?  Try this: Download mp3 (You can subscribe to all the MRM video and audio via iTunes and get the goodies before everybody else.  You can also get advance ...
David Siteman Garland is the founder of TheRiseToTheTop, one of my favorite business oriented blogs, and “the Number One Badass Show, Resource & Community for Mediapreneurs.” He is host of one of the Internet’s most popular, successful and longest running web shows, and he has a message for ...
Andy Smith is the co-author of a fabulous new book called The Dragonfly Effect, a book about using social media to drive social change. A serial tech marketer and entrepreneur, Andy is a Principal of Vonavona Ventures where he advises and bootstraps technical and social ventures with guidance in marketing ...
As the demands of radio’s business change – as advertisers look beyond ratings to effectiveness – how should broadcasters adapt? That’s the question I put to Dave Ramsey, host of the nationally syndicated Dave Ramsey Show, which is heard on more than 500 radio stations throughout the US and ...
“Fans, not just Listeners.” That was the theme of a national conference of show and digital producers for Southern Cross Austereo, Australia’s leading media and entertainment company. What happens to your strategies when your focus is on fans first? What happens to your ability to ...
Local radio is now, more than ever, in the local media business. And that means not just selling spots or selling digital ideas that live around those spots.  It also means helping your current and potential clients create better media themselves and compete more effectively in the digital space your ...
…in a world where the networks you pay for content circumvent you by distributing much of that same content online? This is a complicated question, but it’s one that branding authority Tom Asacker tackles with me in this highlight from our conversation at the recent Public Radio Program Director’s ...
There’s a difference between giving people what they desire and messaging them to convince them that what you have is what they desire. That’s one point from my friend, branding authority Tom Asacker, in the conversation we had on the stage of the recent Public Radio Program Director’s ...
One of the greatest challenges for ALL traditional media – radio, TV, and print – is what I’m calling the “mediacizing” of brands.” As our client brands create content via media these brands become media, and as brands become media we have to ask: Where does that leave ...
It’s one of the most important and least understood conversations all broadcasters should be having:  What business are you really in? This is a highlight of the recent Christian radio CMB Momentum Conference in Orlando, where I introduce this concept. It’s worth noting that the answer ...
When it comes to radio’s future, how important is it to try out stuff and take chances? Very important, if you ask Beau Phillips, former Executive VP of Programming and Marketing at Dial Global. Beau argues that your radio brand needs to be loved, not simply liked – on Facebook or anywhere ...
Chris Bell is president of Triton Digital’s Applications and Services division. Triton is an innovator in bringing game mechanics to radio platforms.  Indeed, gamification is a major emphasis for the company and I have been impressed by their investments in this area. So what is gamification, ...
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