Podcast one Chief executive officer Norman Pattiz and the VP of Edison Research Strategy Tom Webster have in the recent past announced the last results of progressive inclusive studies of the advertising tests with five countrywide customer brands that are in the forefront across five varied service and product classes.
The main results of the findings include the following: Over 60% of the listeners of Podcast refer to a specific grocery brand just after the Ad runs which is up from 7% with the spectators in the pre-study. The independent product responsiveness greatly improved just before the research to the post-research by 47% for the financial service product, a 37 percent for the car after-market goods and 24 percent for a garden and grass product. Learn more: http://www.gcreport.com/norman-pattiz-introduces-new-podcastone-360-degree-videos-interactive-features/
In the post-research findings, over one-third of the respondents had a positive opinion of the car aftermarket merchandise which is up from the 18 percent in the pre-research. In the findings of post-research, 22% of those interviewed said that were “almost convinced” about using a lawn and garden product which is up from 16 percent conducted before the research. The response to a specific car promotion for aftermarket product greatly improved by 60 percent after and before the research findings. For the informal restaurant, it was 76 percent.
Norman Pattiz is the executive chairman and the founder of Podcast one. A deeply informative four-page feature in the Global Change Makers of the Forbes magazine of May 2016 celebrated the highly valuable” Key to his money-making media”. With more than forty years of experience in the field of radio syndication, Norm is also the establisher of Westwood one which under his reign in leadership was America’s greatest provider of sports, entertainment, news, Broadcast industry traffic and talk programming. Westwood one normally owned, distributed or managed CBS News, NBC radio networks, Mutual Broadcasting System, CNN radio, NCAA Basketball, NFL Football, The Super Bowl, March Madness, both the summer and winter Olympic games and a huge variety of talk shows and syndicated music.
In the year 2010, Norman launched and founded Courtside Entertainment Group to distribute and produce high-quality programming. Through the recognition of the untapped opportunities in the industry of audio-on-demand, Norman then established PodcastOne at the 2012 end. The firm fast became the leading distributor and producer of the audio on-demand programming. Currently, PodcastOne has popular brands and personality line-up and more than 200 of the modern popular podcasts.