Schadenfreude, deriving pleasure from the misfortunes of others,is a German word and a morning drive and reality show formula for ratings success.
Arbitron is going high tech with their portable people meter rolling out a replacement for the 80’s-like pager-looking device with hardware that uses cell phone technology.
A New York City deal highlights how public radio and Spanish broadcasters are expanding as newspapers and commercial stations are contracting.
A home-made Madoff political satire submission for public radio.
Goodbye radio, hello…Internet?
Five Things You Should Know About the media business for the week of 2/16/09 including the newest reality series “Three’s Not Company With Mel, John and Charlie”
In a slowing economy, automotive and spot inventories have alot in common.
Nielsen, once Arbitron’s Joint Venture partner in PPM, is rolling out an Internet-based service to challenge ARB’s radio ratings monopoly.
Today: XM + Sirius. But tomorrow…who knows? Here’s one theory.