NuVoodoo's executive team regularly publishes thoughts, data, and analysis here and in media industry publications and trade magazines.
Looking for new findings within the data from the 17th NuVoodoo Ratings Prospects Study, we sometimes forget to point out the things that never change. One of those things is that people who are likely to accept a meter or diary tend to live in larger households. It’s intuitive: more people means more meters or…Read More
The dates are set for the first NuVoodoo webinars of the New Year, kicking off on Thursday, February 11 at 1 PM Eastern. There are four opportunities to be on the livestreamed webinar so you can get answers to your questions on the spot; register at nuvoodoo.com/webinars. We’re calling the webinar “How to Get Your…Read More
NuVoodoo’s 17th Ratings Prospects Study is our first snapshot of likely panelists and diarykeepers in 2021! We completed interviews with close to 3,500 14 to 54 year-olds in these initial days of January – including the subsets most likely to participate in the radio ratings. We’re planning our first 2021 webinar for next month: How…Read More
Before Covid-19 the radio business was thinking a lot about doing things differently, making every budget dollar count and being more agile in the face of competitive threats. Those concerns won’t decrease as we start to move past the pandemic. These days, perceptual studies are less likely to be annual checkups and more likely to…Read More
Early in March, Carolyn Gilbert and I presented study findings at what would turn out to be the last in-person conference of 2020: Talk Show Boot Camp. Some folks had already chosen to skip attending due to the looming threat of the new pandemic. Those of us who did show up were bumping elbows instead…Read More