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Radio and Music Streaming - Key Listening Statistics

Radio and Music Streaming - Key Listening Statistics

Market Study
Published: August 2012
Pages: 65
Research from: Eureca Research
Sector: Media & Entertainment

From: GBP 450.00
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This a 65-page, non-commissioned independent report which provides detailed listening data on online radio and music streaming in the United States and in several European countries.

 

As well as providing an overview of the radio and music streaming markets in each individual country, the report also provides the following data about each county:

 

·  Key radio and music streaming players and market size

·  Streaming hours consumed per month for key players (in terms of unique users per month and listening time in minutes per month)

·  Comparison of online streaming with broadcast listening

·  Listening statistics via mobile devices (unique users/month and minutes/month)

 

The report also discusses the different measuring methods and the key challenges facing the online audio streaming market with respect to introducing nationwide “common standard” streaming measurement systems.

 

Countries covered include the United States, France, Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

 

Key companies discussed include Pandora Media, Spotify, Absolute Radio, BBC, Clear Channel, CBS Radio, Slacker, Last.fm, We7, RAJAR, ARD/ZDF, BigFM.de, NRJ Group, RTL Group, Médiamétrie and Swedish Radio.

Who Should Buy This Report?

 

Radio broadcasters; radio and streaming music service providers; chipset developers; receiver manufacturers; mobile operators; mobile phone manufacturers; music labels; software and content providers; policy developers; regulators; advertising agencies; trade organizations, etc. who want to understand the extent of online and mobile listening penetration and its growth potential in the United States and Europe.

 

About the Author

 

Gareth Owen is a Research Director at Eureca Research. Since 2003 he has authored numerous comprehensive reports and carried out several consulting assignments on Internet Radio and music streaming technologies and services; digital radio via DAB/DAB+, DRM, HD Radio, satellite radio and mobile TV.

 

Prior to setting-up Eureca in 2003 Gareth was an analyst at the Gartner Group for 6 years and specialized in mobile data and broadcasting technologies and services. He has also worked for many years as an R&D engineer on research contracts for the European Space Agency which culminated in a Research Fellowship at ESA’s research and technology centre in Holland. He has a combined B.Sc. (Hons) in Engineering and German, a Ph.D in Control Engineering and an MBA in Innovation, Strategy and Information Technology.

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