How Do “Overlooked” Gen Xers Feel About Advertising?

How Do “Overlooked” Gen Xers Feel About Advertising?

Gen X is the most influential generation, says Yahoo in a new study, but it’s also somewhat forgotten about, as America’s “middle child”. Citing data showing that Gen X has the highest median income and controls close to one-third of total income dollars, Yahoo delves...
The Latino Listener: How Do Hispanics Tune In To The Radio?

The Latino Listener: How Do Hispanics Tune In To The Radio?

From la música to las noticias, Hispanic American adults are avid radio listeners. In fact, 97% of this population tunes in each week. And since 2011, the weekly national Hispanic radio audience has grown 11% (from 36.5 million to 40.4 million). This increase in radio...
Report: Newspaper Circulation Plummeting

Report: Newspaper Circulation Plummeting

Hold onto your iPad. Use of a tablet, smartphones, or computer may soon be the only way to read a “newspaper.” The actual printed newspaper seems to be headed for extinction. Take a look at the circulation numbers in the piece by Richard Tofel. The picture...
The Top TV and Social Media of 2015

The Top TV and Social Media of 2015

From sports to zombies to Republicans, we had lots to watch and tweet about in 2015. Football dominated viewing this year, claiming 8 of the top 10 rated telecasts. Super Bowl XLIX (NBC) attracted 115,204,000 viewers as the Patriots captured yet another NFL title....

Cars as Stars, in Music and Hollywood.

Car sales are booming. November sales data is in, and it was a great month. 1.32 million vehicles were sold in November, that’s the best since 2001. Among the winners are Nissan (+3.8%), Fiat Chrysler with their best November in 15 years (+3%). GM is...