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Mobile media use up for Aussies

Monday 07 March, 2016

Australian use of media on mobiles is increasing, according to a Deloitte study released at the end of last year.

Watching short videos on smartphones is the most cited ‘entertainment’ use for mobile consumers and has increased 260% year on year.

More than half of the respondents have watched video that plays automatically on their social network.

Consumers are beginning to stream video (both TV programs and films) through their smartphone with 4G users more likely to watch video (47%) compared to 3G users (29%).

Train in social media to ensure sustainable change: #AMS2015

Tuesday 26 May, 2015
Broadcast managers from all over Asia heard how social media can change their business at today's Asia Media Summit workshop in Kuala Lumpur.

AMT's Steve Ahern and former Radio Australia CEO Mike McCluskey briefed the senior managers about a new training template developed by AIBD to help them spread understanding and usage of social media through their organisations.

Dan and Maz: "We are in a business now that isn’t just a radio show"

Friday 22 May, 2015
#SNS, which is Twitter language for social networking sites, are increasingly working hand in hand with Radio. In fact Radio is the highest performing industry in Australia on Facebook (Online Circle Report).

According to Caroline Grazé Head Of Internet & New Business at Radio ENERGY / NRJ, when people are in touch with your brand online, turning on your radio station is just one click away.

Using social influencers to promote brands: Jules Lund

Wednesday 10 December, 2014
The Today Network's Jules Lund has been on the road over the last fortnight giving social media presentations to media agencies.

Despite a bad year for the network's flagship station 2Day, Southern Cross Austereo has had success with other stations in the network, and, on top of its on air presence, the company has been very successful in its online engagement with audiences.

Social Media training for broadcasters in Jakarta

Wednesday 26 November, 2014
In Jakarta this week a group of broadcasters from TVRI learnt the latest methods in social media reporting, from international trainer Steve Ahern.

As part of the training they filed reports from their smart phones about the course, learning new methods of capturing, editing and uploading content for their broadcast and for the web.

"Social media techniques multiply your message and help you be noticed by new audiences," said Steve.

What US and UK radio listenership habits can teach us

Friday 24 October, 2014

A US consumer research paper called Taking Stock With Teens: A Collaborative Consumer Insights Project has documented the habits of teens when it comes to consuming all forms of media and the insights into their radio habits are fascinating.

@ABCnewsIntern uncovered

Thursday 04 September, 2014

Following up our recent article on fake social media accounts. ABC Radio National's Media Report this week exposed the now famous @ABCnewsIntern account... sort of.

Fake social media accounts: time for stations to assess the risks

Saturday 23 August, 2014

Jo Abi explores this tricky subject for radioinfo.
 
When 2GB weekend host Luke Grant was busted using a fake Twitter account to mock his former Newcastle breakfast show co-host, Labor MP Jodi McKay, there was outrage. But why were people outraged?

Is it the fake Twitter account?

Is it the subterfuge?

Is it the criticism against a politician?

Facebook drives radio social media engagement

Thursday 29 May, 2014

Facebook is still the most effective social media tool to drive traffic to radio station websites, according to a survey by Jacob's Media in the US.

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