Tag Archives: radio
13
Feb

Advertising verification becomes crucial as marketing budgets go to waste

In 2011 recorded errors ranged between 5% – 15%, depending on specific mainstream television channels. By 2016 the average error rate recorded was around 5%, marginally improving to 4% for 2017 – once again campaign and channel dependent. The proliferation of media channels have certainly made it extremely difficult for brands to keep track of all their advertising spend but it becomes clear that major marketing budgets are still being wasted.

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05
Jul

Analysing Advertising Trends in the Financial Services Industry

Taking stock of financial services advertising was the focus of the Financial Mail AdForum, which took place at the Vega School in Johannesburg, in association with Ornico. The financial services advertising currently being flighted is very rational and fails to resonate, agreed the panel at the latest Financial Mail AdForum.

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26
Sep

Mobile unleashes Africa’s Small Business says Facebook’s Nunu Ntshingila-Njeke: #OpenAfricaMag

Mobile communication is one of the most-transformative technologies ever unleashed, and even reaches parts of the world where reliable electricity and running water are luxuries. There are some 7.2bn mobile connections in the world, compared to 1.6bn TVs and 4.2bn television viewers – writes Nunu Ntshingila, Facebook’s Head of Africa.

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11
Nov

#TheFutureByDesign: The future of radio

“Radio is one of the greatest media man ever created,” says Benedict Matjiu, a radio producer at 5fm who has worked as a marketing consultant for some of South Africa’s top agencies, and who believes its extensive reach and the powerful stories it can share make it timeless. Matjiu speaks to The Future By Design.

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