How America Listens to Radio
Some 93 years after its introduction as a commercial medium, radio has been heralded for its remarkable, enduring reach. To this day, about 92% of consumers aged 12 years and older listen to the radio each week. Radio is unique in its ability to reach people wherever they are: at home, at work, in the car—nearly everywhere. Regardless of one’s age, the time of day, or the listening location, Americans depend on radio as a reliable media companion.
Radio Today 2013 is an in-depth snapshot of radio listening nationwide and the 22 most popular radio formats. Radio Today combines Scarborough consumer profiles with Arbitron audience data to develop a comprehensive profile of radio listening across America, based on the Spring 2012 Diary and April-May-June 2012 PPM® survey periods.
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