Will Cord Cutting Doom TV as We Know It?

Will Cord Cutting Doom TV as We Know It?

The short answer… not any time soon. But… 2.5 percent of TV households dropped their cable service in 2015. That number was 2.3 percent in 2005 and 1.5 percent in 2010. But TV is still where the mass market is, especially if you want to reach consumers...
Advertising Media Winners and Losers for Q2

Advertising Media Winners and Losers for Q2

The one-line summary… WINNERS: radio, digital and outdoor. LOSERS: magazines, TV and newspapers. A report issued by Kantar Media shows that although Q2 media spending on platforms they track contracted by 3.9% overall, ad spending on radio and search grew....

Cable vs. Broadcast TV Advertising

Targetability vs. lower cost per person reached? Frequency? Reach? Geography? These are just some of the factors we analyze when making media decisions for our clients. The planning process is perhaps the most critical step in the ultimate success of an ongoing media...

Live + Local = Good For Business, Good For The Community.

I’m a radio guy. It’s in my blood. When I was a teenager, I begged for a spot as an intern at WLIR on Long Island. They finally caved in and let me into the studio. ‘LIR was what was called a “progressive rock” station, and it had all the...

This Super Bowl Ad Will Silence Your Party.

This ad is  guaranteed make even the most raucous Super Bowl party become as silent as a funeral. The 60-second ad, which is based on a real 911 call, is for the NFL’s ‘No More’ campaign. Adweek reports that the NFL donated the airtime and production costs for the ad...