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“Who listens to ONLINE RADIO anyway?”
How 15-24s are using radio – and what this tells us about the future of the medium
Radio listening via the internet – RAJAR report June 2008
In today’s competitive world, you want to make sure that your sales message is reaching the right people, making every penny count. Now, while some corporate thinking is still embedded in the past, today’s most successful businesses have been quick to embrace the new technologies currently available, investing heavily in new websites, e-mail ad campaigns and the like.
A survey published in June 2008 by the UK’s Radio Advertising Bureau, about the use of the Internet and its relation to radio in association with RAJAR, (the organisation which monitors and records listening audiences and trends in the UK radio broadcast industry, and by which every terrestrial commercial radio station in the UK obtains its listening figures) questioned respondents on their visits to radio station websites and radio listening via the Internet, some of their findings are reproduced below:
Over a quarter (28.9%) of the UK’s adult population (those aged 15 or over) have listened to radio via the Internet. That equates to 14.5 million people.
Two thirds of these, or 18.8% of the adult population, listen at least once a week, with 5% listening via the Internet every day or most days – that’s 2.5 million people.
The vast majority of Internet radio listeners (89.2%) listen at home; almost 1 in 4 listen at work (24.4%) while 6.4% listen elsewhere. Asked when they listen, 36.3% (5.3 million) said their listening was always in real time. A further 24.7% (3.6 million) said they listened at a later time than the original broadcast, while 39% (5.7 million) used a combination of real time and Listen Again, meaning that 9.3 million people use Listen Again facilities.
Those who said they have used a Listen Again service were asked about the programmes they had listened to in the past 7 days. Approximately half of this sample listened to 1 or 2 programmes, with the average coming in at 1.78.
Extracts sourced from the RAB online, June 2008
The full report and survey results can be accessed at www.rab.co.uk
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