Los Angeles, November 5, 2020
Maybe you’ve noticed that Southern California roadways are not as smooth-sailing as they were a few months ago? As people slowly return to work and more typical commute patterns, Nielsen PPM measurement devices are picking up the signal and noting the increase in radio listening.
RadioOnline.com has a great review of Nielsen’s research piece On the Road to Recovery withAM/FM Radio. We have run this same data for the Los Angeles market across multiple demos. As you can see, market reach is nearly at pre-pandemic levels with 95% recovery in KPCC’s key demos of A18-49 and A25-54. Lastly, you’ll see that out-of-home listening is ticking back up…which means you’ll need to add some time to those quick drives to “everywhere” that you have come to enjoy over the past few months.
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