Blogs tagged "Stories"

July 2019

CMC 2019: Report – Alexa, How should Youth Brands Use Audio in 2019?

Posted on: Friday 05 July 2019 11:44am

As audio’s influence importance grows, and podcasts, smart speakers and audiobooks are increasingly part of family life, children’s brand strategies are placing audio at the heart of their media mix. This session explored how brands hope to capture the ears and interests of young people around the UK, and how they are coming to grips with these exciting new audio experiences. Takeaway: Fast  growth across all audio experiences, with unmet demand. Audio and Voice family offering needs to be better. ‘Nothing not to like’ -  Audio and Voice offer something exciting and new for a child’s media world. A fertile ground for innovation, but quality and detail are essential. Detail: BBC research suggests 32% of homes with kids have smart…

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July 2018

CMC 2018: Report – Big Lessons from Niche Memes

Posted on: Thursday 05 July 2018 12:22am

The ever-changing landscape is evolving at such a pace that companies are constantly working to keep up with demand and expectations of the audience. Takeaway: Kids still like the same things they liked 25 years ago - it's the delivery mechanism that has changed. Kids are cherry picking the best bits and tailoring to their needs. Not all content is universal, one size does not fit all. Detail: After an inspiring film and presentation from Changemaker Jemima Browning, moderator Nick Fisher, co-founder of Hook Research, kicked of the session asking how brands can keep up with trends in terms of content, communications and marketing? Panel speakers, Stuart Rowson, BBC Children’s, Marc Goodchild, Turner EMEA, and Iain Sawbridge from Beano Studios…

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