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COLEMAN INSIGHTS FINDS THAT NEARLY HALF OF AUDIO STREAMING LISTENERS DO NOT USE “OVER THE AIR” BROADCASTS

 width=RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, December 9, 2010 ““ Nearly ””48%””of Americans who listen to streaming do not the “ the ” broadcasts of and stations.   This is the latest finding from the “Successful Audio Streaming Strategies” study from Insights, which was conducted during the second and third quarters of 2010.   Insights released previous findings from the study in September.

“On the surface these numbers should be of some concern to radio broadcasters,” said Vice President Sam Milkman, who authored the study.   “However, our findings suggest that they are not the result of many streaming audio users disengaging from radio brands, but simply changing the distribution platform they use to consume radio content.”

Additional findings from the “Successful Audio Streaming Strategies” study released today include the fact that younger streaming audio users””particularly young males””are even less likely to use “over the air” signals than older streamers, minority streaming audio users are less likely to listen to broadcast signals than non-minority users and that the mostly positive perceptions of AM and FM radio that streaming audio listeners have are shared by those streamers who do not listen to “over the air” signals.

A supplement to the original “Successful Audio Streaming Strategies” report is available for free download at www.ColemanInsights.com/streaming.   In addition, visitors to Coleman Insights’ website can download the report and view an online presentation from the original release of the study, which debuted at the RAIN Summit East in Washington on September 28, 2010.

About Coleman Insights

Coleman Insights, headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, with offices in Philadelphia and Hamburg, Germany, is a firm that has helped media properties build strong brands and develop great content since 1978. Its clients include hundreds of media properties in North America, South America, Europe and , including those owned by CBS Corporation, Sony Corporation, Emmis Communications, The Walt Disney Company, Lincoln Financial Media, iHeartmedia (formerly Clear Channel) Communications, EMI, Radio One, Warner Music Group, NPR, Astral Media, Bonneville International Corporation, Vivendi SA, Citadel Communications, Grupo Radio Centro, Sandusky Radio, Lagardère International, Beasley Broadcast Group, Grupo Prisa, Mid-West Family Broadcast Group, Salem Communications, The Mondadori Group, Connoisseur Media, Corporación Radial del Perú, South Central Communications, SBS Broadcasting, Maverick Media and Hubbard Broadcasting. Additional information about Coleman Insights is available at www.ColemanInsights.com.

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