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Thursday, May 14 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Changing World Of Music Consumption & Brand Advocacy

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Known in the UK as much for their use of state-of-the-art technology to derive deep and meaningful consumer insights as they are for their excellence in data visualization, Audiencenet is making their entrance into the US metrics market with Audiomonitor —  a new and democratic measure of all audio consumption across the United States. The data presented here will reveal the true relationship and share of ear between music streaming, digital downloads, broadcast radio (on and offline) and physical formats, before going on to look at specific behaviors of music consumers in relation to social media and brand advocacy. 

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Robert Delmonte

Music Industry Analyst, Audiencenet/Audiomonitor
After graduating from the University of Hertfordshire with first class honors in Music and Entertainment Industry Management, Robert Delmonte joined Audiencenet as a Music Industry Analyst in early 2014. Under this role, he collects, investigates and analyses music, entertainment and lifestyle consumer research data, from both domestic and global territories, in order to build a succinct understanding of consumer wants and needs, market... Read More →
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David Lewis

CEO & Founder, d.lewis@audiencenet.co.uk
Founder of Audiencenet, David Lewis has more than 20 years experience of providing full-service consumer research, his specialization being in the music and entertainment industries. Lewis has been involved in research projects on literally hundreds of recording artists from the most established (Madonna, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Eagles etc.) to a plethora of newly signed artists/acts in development. He has been closely involved with the... Read More →


Thursday May 14, 2015 4:00pm - 4:30pm
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