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RAB wins award for ROI Multiplier

More good news for radio, as the Radio Advertising Bureau picked up an award for its effectiveness study at the Media Research Group Awards in Berlin last week. The RAB received the industry accolade after fending off competition from Thinkbox, Outdoor Media Centre and Newsworks. Unveiled in October last year, Radio: The ROI Multiplier used the first-ever cross-agency data to reveal that brands using the medium get nearly eight times the ROI.

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Global to launch Smooth Extra on national DAB

Global Radio will launch a second Smooth branded station in the new year to complement Smooth Radio. The new sister station will play “Your Refreshing Music Mix” from December 27th, on the slot currently used by Smooth Radio on Digital One, at 80kbps in mono. Smooth Radio will continue to be broadcast on 38 local multiplexes, plus AM & FM, following its removal from Digital One.

Radio Todaynew-window

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Radio influence grows for UK advertisers

The UK radio industry to be in great shape and should serve as a great wake-up call to advertisers, says Simon Kilby, head of marketplace at Bauer Media. "Maybe 2015 will be the year that radio is finally recognised in the advertising world for the influential mainstream position it holds with the UK public?"

Media Weeknew-window

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Radio Advertising Bureau hires former Marketing editor Lucy Barrett

The Radio Advertising Bureau has hired Lucy Barrett, the communications director at JWT, as client director. Barrett will be responsible for promoting radio advertising among advertisers and agencies. She will report to Siobhan Kenny, the chief executive, and takes up her new role in January.

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Nostalgic hits help Absolute Radio to top 4m listeners for the first time

Absolute 80s, featuring bands such as Duran Duran and Human League, is most popular commercial digital-only UK radio service. Duran Duran, Phil Collins and the Human League helped Absolute Radio top 4 million listeners across its seven-strong network for the first time, powered by a strong performance by nostalgia station Absolute 80s.

The Guardiannew-window

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Ed Vaizey's speech at the Radio Festival 2014

Digital Economy Minister spoke about the strength of the radio industry and the challenges the sector faces.

Gov UKnew-window

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Does radio deserve more spend?

Radio is facing up well to new digital challengers, but budgets and listening figures don't tally, David Benady says. Brands should increase their radio advertising spend to boost campaign effectiveness, according to the Radio Advertising Bureau. Radio listening accounts for more than a fifth of our daily media consumption, yet commands only 6 per cent of all marketing budgets.

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RAB releases new audio market study

Radio remains main channel for audio consumption although on-demand audio is increasing, RAB research finds. The research found that radio accounts for 70 per cent of listening time for consumers while on-demand content increased the weekly reach of the radio audience from 1,395 million hours in 2012 to 1,472 million hours in 2014.

The Drum new-window

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Bauer Media commercial overhaul with Magic set to go national

Bauer Media is undergoing a commercial overhaul in a bid to simplify its range of radio brands for the market and will refocus its offering around Magic, Kiss and Absolute Radio as its three core brands. The changes will also bring development to its Place portfolio of local TV stations, with core local channels such as Liverpool’s Radio City to follow the pattern of spin-off channels such as Kiss’s Kisstory and Kiss Fresh. Local channels will now have two brand extensions, one for older listeners and one for younger, in order to broaden demographic commercial reach. Meanwhile, Magic will go national on DAB digital radio in January 2015, taking it outside of its London audience, while Kisstory will launch on DAB in various UK cities including London and Birmingham.

The Drum new-window

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Morgan v Sugar on talkSPORT

Piers Morgan filled in for Darren Gough as a guest co-host on talkSPORT Drivetime last Wednesday. Apprentice boss and arch 'frenemy' to Morgan, Lord Sugar, called into the show as 'Alan from London' to berate the former Sun editor. .

talkSPORT new-window

Top story

RAB wins award for ROI Multiplier

More good news for radio, as the Radio Advertising Bureau picked up an award for its effectiveness study at the Media Research Group Awards in Berlin last week. The RAB received the industry accolade after fending off competition from Thinkbox, Outdoor Media Centre and Newsworks. Unveiled in October last year, Radio: The ROI Multiplier used the first-ever cross-agency data to reveal that brands using the medium get nearly eight times the ROI.

Campaign new-window

Top story

Global to launch Smooth Extra on national DAB

Global Radio will launch a second Smooth branded station in the new year to complement Smooth Radio. The new sister station will play “Your Refreshing Music Mix” from December 27th, on the slot currently used by Smooth Radio on Digital One, at 80kbps in mono. Smooth Radio will continue to be broadcast on 38 local multiplexes, plus AM & FM, following its removal from Digital One.

Radio Todaynew-window

Top story

Radio influence grows for UK advertisers

The UK radio industry to be in great shape and should serve as a great wake-up call to advertisers, says Simon Kilby, head of marketplace at Bauer Media. "Maybe 2015 will be the year that radio is finally recognised in the advertising world for the influential mainstream position it holds with the UK public?"

Media Weeknew-window

Top story

Radio Advertising Bureau hires former Marketing editor Lucy Barrett

The Radio Advertising Bureau has hired Lucy Barrett, the communications director at JWT, as client director. Barrett will be responsible for promoting radio advertising among advertisers and agencies. She will report to Siobhan Kenny, the chief executive, and takes up her new role in January.

Marketingnew-window

Top story

Nostalgic hits help Absolute Radio to top 4m listeners for the first time

Absolute 80s, featuring bands such as Duran Duran and Human League, is most popular commercial digital-only UK radio service. Duran Duran, Phil Collins and the Human League helped Absolute Radio top 4 million listeners across its seven-strong network for the first time, powered by a strong performance by nostalgia station Absolute 80s.

The Guardiannew-window

Top story

Ed Vaizey's speech at the Radio Festival 2014

Digital Economy Minister spoke about the strength of the radio industry and the challenges the sector faces.

Gov UKnew-window

Top story

Does radio deserve more spend?

Radio is facing up well to new digital challengers, but budgets and listening figures don't tally, David Benady says. Brands should increase their radio advertising spend to boost campaign effectiveness, according to the Radio Advertising Bureau. Radio listening accounts for more than a fifth of our daily media consumption, yet commands only 6 per cent of all marketing budgets.

Campaign new-window

Top story

RAB releases new audio market study

Radio remains main channel for audio consumption although on-demand audio is increasing, RAB research finds. The research found that radio accounts for 70 per cent of listening time for consumers while on-demand content increased the weekly reach of the radio audience from 1,395 million hours in 2012 to 1,472 million hours in 2014.

The Drum new-window

Top story

Bauer Media commercial overhaul with Magic set to go national

Bauer Media is undergoing a commercial overhaul in a bid to simplify its range of radio brands for the market and will refocus its offering around Magic, Kiss and Absolute Radio as its three core brands. The changes will also bring development to its Place portfolio of local TV stations, with core local channels such as Liverpool’s Radio City to follow the pattern of spin-off channels such as Kiss’s Kisstory and Kiss Fresh. Local channels will now have two brand extensions, one for older listeners and one for younger, in order to broaden demographic commercial reach. Meanwhile, Magic will go national on DAB digital radio in January 2015, taking it outside of its London audience, while Kisstory will launch on DAB in various UK cities including London and Birmingham.

The Drum new-window

Top story

Morgan v Sugar on talkSPORT

Piers Morgan filled in for Darren Gough as a guest co-host on talkSPORT Drivetime last Wednesday. Apprentice boss and arch 'frenemy' to Morgan, Lord Sugar, called into the show as 'Alan from London' to berate the former Sun editor. .

talkSPORT new-window

Top story

RAB wins award for ROI Multiplier

More good news for radio, as the Radio Advertising Bureau picked up an award for its effectiveness study at the Media Research Group Awards in Berlin last week. The RAB received the industry accolade after fending off competition from Thinkbox, Outdoor Media Centre and Newsworks. Unveiled in October last year, Radio: The ROI Multiplier used the first-ever cross-agency data to reveal that brands using the medium get nearly eight times the ROI.

Campaign new-window

Top story

Global to launch Smooth Extra on national DAB

Global Radio will launch a second Smooth branded station in the new year to complement Smooth Radio. The new sister station will play “Your Refreshing Music Mix” from December 27th, on the slot currently used by Smooth Radio on Digital One, at 80kbps in mono. Smooth Radio will continue to be broadcast on 38 local multiplexes, plus AM & FM, following its removal from Digital One.

Radio Todaynew-window

Top story

Radio influence grows for UK advertisers

The UK radio industry to be in great shape and should serve as a great wake-up call to advertisers, says Simon Kilby, head of marketplace at Bauer Media. "Maybe 2015 will be the year that radio is finally recognised in the advertising world for the influential mainstream position it holds with the UK public?"

Media Weeknew-window

Top story

Radio Advertising Bureau hires former Marketing editor Lucy Barrett

The Radio Advertising Bureau has hired Lucy Barrett, the communications director at JWT, as client director. Barrett will be responsible for promoting radio advertising among advertisers and agencies. She will report to Siobhan Kenny, the chief executive, and takes up her new role in January.

Marketingnew-window

Top story

Nostalgic hits help Absolute Radio to top 4m listeners for the first time

Absolute 80s, featuring bands such as Duran Duran and Human League, is most popular commercial digital-only UK radio service. Duran Duran, Phil Collins and the Human League helped Absolute Radio top 4 million listeners across its seven-strong network for the first time, powered by a strong performance by nostalgia station Absolute 80s.

The Guardiannew-window

Top story

Ed Vaizey's speech at the Radio Festival 2014

Digital Economy Minister spoke about the strength of the radio industry and the challenges the sector faces.

Gov UKnew-window

Top story

Does radio deserve more spend?

Radio is facing up well to new digital challengers, but budgets and listening figures don't tally, David Benady says. Brands should increase their radio advertising spend to boost campaign effectiveness, according to the Radio Advertising Bureau. Radio listening accounts for more than a fifth of our daily media consumption, yet commands only 6 per cent of all marketing budgets.

Campaign new-window

Top story

RAB releases new audio market study

Radio remains main channel for audio consumption although on-demand audio is increasing, RAB research finds. The research found that radio accounts for 70 per cent of listening time for consumers while on-demand content increased the weekly reach of the radio audience from 1,395 million hours in 2012 to 1,472 million hours in 2014.

The Drum new-window

Top story

Bauer Media commercial overhaul with Magic set to go national

Bauer Media is undergoing a commercial overhaul in a bid to simplify its range of radio brands for the market and will refocus its offering around Magic, Kiss and Absolute Radio as its three core brands. The changes will also bring development to its Place portfolio of local TV stations, with core local channels such as Liverpool’s Radio City to follow the pattern of spin-off channels such as Kiss’s Kisstory and Kiss Fresh. Local channels will now have two brand extensions, one for older listeners and one for younger, in order to broaden demographic commercial reach. Meanwhile, Magic will go national on DAB digital radio in January 2015, taking it outside of its London audience, while Kisstory will launch on DAB in various UK cities including London and Birmingham.

The Drum new-window

Top story

Morgan v Sugar on talkSPORT

Piers Morgan filled in for Darren Gough as a guest co-host on talkSPORT Drivetime last Wednesday. Apprentice boss and arch 'frenemy' to Morgan, Lord Sugar, called into the show as 'Alan from London' to berate the former Sun editor. .

talkSPORT new-window

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