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Media business models for this new era: Asia Media Summit

Saturday 12 May, 2018

Changing media business models was the topic of a session at the Asia Media Summit in Delhi.

A panel of speakers looked at how business models are changing and how broadcasters can respond.

 

“The largest taxi company Uber, doesn’t have a fleet, the largest accommodation company AirBnB, doesn’t own any hotels. The largest news media company Facebook, doesn’t produce any content,” said David Hua from ABC Australia (pictured above).

Ray Martin secures interview with astronaut Chris Hadfield

Monday 23 November, 2015
Macquarie Media’s second series of ‘The Road Next Travelled’ has completed another season with a compelling interview host Ray Martin secured with Canadian astronaut and YouTube sensation Col. Chris Hadfield.

Hit launches Australian radio first

Monday 04 May, 2015

In an Australian radio first the Hit Network has launched a radio and YouTube show.

Michael Beveridge and Marty Smily will host YouTube Hits! broadcasting on air across the Hit network and on the YouTube Hits YouTube Channel nightly at 10pm.

Tomorrow's talent have never owned a radio #RDE15

Wednesday 18 March, 2015

The number of internet superstars are growing daily, and as people are spending more and more time online, these superstars are now surpassing radio talent.  They are getting their own sponsorship deals, and even appearing in movies.  But now some are crossing over to radio.
 
BBC’s Head of Radio Visualisation Joe Harland, and Youtube stars Jack Howard and Dean Dobbs talk to Radiodays Europe about this new phenomenon, and how social media and video sites are changing the world.
 

Study charts the growth of online listening

Thursday 06 March, 2014

Edison Research's Infinite Dial 2014 study shows that 55% of Americans over the age of 12 have used YouTube specifically to watch music videos or listen to music. 31% of Americans report using the Internet radio service Pandora on a monthly basis, up from 27% one year ago.

iHeartRadio is used by 9% monthly, while iTunes Radio comes in third with 8% monthly usage, followed by 6% using Spotify.

The study, now in its 21st year, has been tracking Americans’ use of digital platforms and new media since 1998.

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