Here’s Where Your Listeners Are Going

Not your smartphone.  Not Apple or iTunes.  Not Netflix or YouTube.  No to radio and TV.  What you’re about to see is the future of content in the media business and you’re not going to like it, but at least you’ll know what you’re going to face.

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“F” For Boston Bombing Coverage

Media coverage of the Boston bombings was a disaster for TV, cable, news services, radio and yes, even social media.  But next time a critical news story occurs, there is a better way within the skill sets we already have to come up bigger and better.  Here is that plan.

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What’s Really Driving Music Sales

What if I told you that iTunes, Pandora, Spotify, YouTube, radio and social media are all not what you may think they are to driving music sales.  Dangerous new studies are being floated to mislead but new evidence suggests something off the radar is driving song sales and there’s a new use for radio that fits in perfectly.

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Massive Radio Audience Theft

It’s not digital that’s killing radio ratings.  Radio is losing significant audience that it has legitimately earned because a few powerful radio groups are playing with their low-powered “translators” when they should be demanding a fix for this astonishing problem.

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Twitter Music

I would be surprised if the just-released new Twitter Music app revolutionizes a music industry that has reduced itself to being a condiment instead of a main course and yet, believe it or not, the old analog radio industry could outperform digital wonders like Twitter if it would just do this one thing.

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