YouTube Is The Next Radio

A survey of young people under 16 shows that the number one brand in their lives is YouTube.

YouTube beat out Hershey, Oreos and a bunch of other edibles but nothing is dearer to their hearts than YouTube.

If you have a young child, you already know this.

What you may not know is that YouTube – not radio, not traditional TV – is far and away the future of communication with this age group.

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  1. How YouTube stands to impact radio even as the industry has yet to figure out 18-34 year old Millennials.
  2. The surprising – and maybe shocking ways – the next generation is using YouTube.
  3. How teenagers are monetizing content by recording on an iPhone and selling product placement to radio advertisers.
  4. More revenue than most radio stations make from all their present digital initiatives put together.
  5. How long it takes a YouTuber to decide on whether to watch a particular video (take a guess).
  6. Advantages and one big disadvantage you will want to get ahead of.

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Alpha’s Money Problems

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  1. Hey, what happened to live and local?
  2. How Alpha is acting like iHeart.
  3. Examples of cost cutting that would make Bob Pittman wet his pants in glee.
  4. The thing Alpha air talent is worried about most.
  5. Is this the end of Alpha?

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They’re Baack: CBS Radio Layoffs

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  1. If I know about the next CBS Radio layoffs, then HR is working on it to hit around this date.
  2. Clues to who is at risk for being laid off.
  3. Whose jobs are safe.
  4. Why would such a good radio group cut more good people away.
  5. The next layoffs after this one – yes, they’re working on it.

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iHeart Attack: Poaching Competitor’s High Profile Sellers

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  1. You’ve never seen compensation packages like these --- no, correction, iHeart’s existing salespeople have never seen compensation packages like these.
  2. How big revenue producers are promised the world.
  3. The catch.
  4. iHeart’s real motivation for hitting below the belt.
  5. The terms of one of their actual job offers.
  6. Shocker: what happens if you turn iHeart down.

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Where The Radio Jobs Are

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This CBS Radio Firing Will Scare the Crap Out of You

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Pandora’s Decline

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  • Younger audiences find Pandora boring.
  • Spotify is preferred but it has a heap of trouble.
  • Out of contract with the major record labels who want higher music licensing fees.
  • Great opportunity for radio except for the repetitious music, hype and 16 minutes of commercials per hour.
  • YouTube is the replacement for streaming music and hit radio.

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