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Neat articulation of the challenge facing radio advertising. The audio advertising marketplace has a scarcity of smart impressions that advertisers covet and will pay high CPMs for and a glut of unintelligent impressions that are being marketed in very basic channels like the network radio where there are few targeting imperatives. http://buff.ly/1EZsZJv

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What if we got rid of the licence fee. How much would a BBC subscription cost for the channels you want to watch? This is a great interactive that makes you the controller of the BBC. Feel free to share. http://buff.ly/1N08EXS

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Podcasting - a business opportunity for audio content entrepreneurs, and a compelling platform for personal and business webcasting. Why? Because we now expect every business to be social and what's more social that someone speaking with you. http://buff.ly/1Bno1G9

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Digital to account for 50% of UK adspend in 2015 http://buff.ly/1vVwFtW Looks like the growth will be driven largely by mobile (23%) followed by social media and video (both 18%).This is the space that broadcast media companies need to buy into. With growth of 9.5% versus radio's 0.3% this is where the money is!

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Excellent piece from the LA Times on the battle between BMI, who collect copyright fees on behalf of songwriters and publishers, and streaming music/radio company Pandora. It's hard to believe that there was a time, in early radio, when record labels refused to let stations play records over the air. http://buff.ly/1zRVTYn

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Awesome video from CNN for the connected-car 'must have': Traffic lights on your windscreen, its the future and it could reduce your commute time by 40%

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Police urge TV stations to scale back live coverage of any London terrorist siege. Isn't this what a D-notice was for - a government notice issued to news editors requiring them not to publicize certain information for reasons of national security. As soon as one news organisation breaks the embargo is will be fair game. That's global news coverage.

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You might want to think about this before renewing your UK mobile phone contract. http://buff.ly/1A2Fdjw Sky is to offer mobile voice and data services through a partnership with O2, allowing them to package television, broadband, fixed-line phone and mobile. 40% of its subscribers already take TV, broadband and a phone line – a higher proportion than any of its rivals.

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New logo revealed for Heart North Wales ;-) http://owl.li/HOnVd
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