To help the broadcasters understand the impact of smart speakers will have on the radio industry, we compiled data from several recent studies related to voice assistants and smart speakers in a new paper, the Amazon Alexa Radio Report. The goal is to break through the hype we see in news headlines each day and take a data-driven look at the trends and how they will impact radio.
****Reprint of Announcement Originally Distributed by SoCast**** XAPPmedia and SoCast have launched a new partnership to integrate XAPPmedia on SoCast’s digital platform for radio. This partnership […]
WASHINGTON, July 27, 2017 – XAPPmedia, the leader in interactive voice engagement, today announced it was selected by The E.W. Scripps Company (NYSE: SSP) to bring the company’s 34 radio stations in 13 states to Amazon Alexa-supported devices.
A recent post in Digiday discusses Amazon’s approach for monetizing Alexa and its implications for publishers. The article cites how both Amazon and publishers are trying to figure out to a monetization strategy for the new audio channel.
In a recent article, Radio World interviewed several radio industry experts, including XAPPmedia CEO Pat Higbie, on the significant opportunity smart speakers can provide for broadcasters to bring radio back into the home.
When Federated Media and XAPP launched the B100 Alexa skill, it became the first instance in which Alexa could find a radio station by its brand name through voice commands, rather than its FCC-assigned station name. A recent article in Radio World highlights this key feature.