Telos Alliance’s Voltair processor “introduces audible artifacts for listeners” and “interferes with the encoding process by altering Nielsen watermarks and by making them audible.” Thus, Nielsen Audio has declared that it will not support Voltair.
Stacie de Armas, VP of community alliances, events and engagement, at Nielsen, discusses client concerns with
respect to Hispanic media measurement, language weighting and language preference of Hispanic radio consumers, and total media measurement of Latinos in a Hispanic Market Overview Q&A conducted by Adam R Jacobson.
Why Hispanic radio, and why now? That was the continual theme of the 2013 Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference, which concluded two days of sessions on May 17 that included the participation of group heads, Hispanic advertising industry movers and shakers, and programmers of AM and FM stations serving Latinos across the U.S.
Educating clients on who Hispanic radio listeners truly are was voiced in unison by group heads participating in a “Super Session” at the Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference, held May 16-17 by the industry trade publication in suburban Miami.
“Radio, depending on where it fits, depends on the mindset of the client.” Those words, spoken by Zubi Advertising vice president of media integration Isabella Sanchez at the just-concluded Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference, summed up the thoughts of buyers and planners who may not consider Spanish-language radio a high priority when formulating their Hispanic media strategies.
The Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference – March 21-22 in San Diego – is the ONLY conference devoted to Hispanic radio in America. Comprehensive coverage from Adam R Jacobson available here.
Arbitron has released the 2011 edition of its Hispanic Radio Today report, offering an in-depth review of listening to Spanish-language and English-language radio stations by Latinos across the 50 states. Adam R Jacobson served as the Principal Analyst for this report; he has worked with Arbitron on Hispanic Radio Today since 2010.
The greater the likelihood of a perceived benefit to the community, the greater the chance a Latino will participate in an Arbitron survey. That’s one of the key findings from Roslow Research Group president Peter Roslow, who worked with the radio ratings company to best explore how Arbitron can increase Latino diarykeeper participation in emerging Hispanic markets.