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Commission cite discoverability, ‘ease of use’ concerns WASHINGTON D.C.—The FCC is asking for public comment on updating its closed captioning rules for television as well as for a broad range of video devices. Perhaps acknowledging technological advances since it last solicited public input on the subject in 2015, the commission
Pierre Bouvard is chief insights officer at Cumulus Media and its national-facing arm Westwood One. This interview is from “Streaming for Radio in 2021.” Radio World: How do you think broadcasters are doing at leveraging streaming? Pierre Bouvard: The real accelerator for streaming has been the smart speaker. Years have gone by since stations
Ratings didn’t include data from Portable People Meters Nielsen is telling clients that it didn’t include out-of-home viewing recorded by its Portable People Meters in its ratings going back to September 2020, compounding questions about the accuracy of its measurement system. In a letter, Nielsen blamed the error on a software issue.
New AES Technical Document provides recommendations for streaming and on-air loudness Many people do not understand audio processing. People do not listen to your station because you have incredible audio processing, they come for the desired content. That said, audio processing adds to the listening experience, making your audience comfortable