Triton Digital

L.A. Times spotlights Triton Digital

Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 12:00pm

Triton Digital's founders Neal Schore (left) and Mike Agovino (right)"Like Levi Strauss, who got rich selling goods to immigrants during the Gold Rush, the founders of Triton Digital are making their fortune by providing the technology to radio companies wanting to mine digital gold."

So begins the L.A. Times' feature on Triton Digital and its founders: Neal Schore and Mike Agovino. The article follows the "old-school radio executives" from their decision to start Triton to what the company is up to today. You can find it right here.

Several webcasters, including Pandora, reach new record highs for 2011

Monday, September 26, 2011 - 12:00pm

RAIN's updated tracker chart with August numbers shows Pandora leaping ahead of the other webcastersSupposedly free of tracker errors, Pandora's audience soared 40% month-to-month in Triton Digital's newly-released Webcast Metrics for August 2011, while nearly all other webcasters also grew.

The top-ranked Pandora now commands an AAS (Average Active Sessions, which is essentially equivalent to AQH — i.e., average simultaneous listeners) of 676,801 -- nearly double the combined audience of the other 19 ranked webcasters in the Domestic Mon-Sun 6a-12m daypart. Pandora's numbers have for the past few months been affected by the omission of tracking code in some of their mobile apps.

(Click the chart at right to view a larger version.)

Most other webcasters also saw gains over July, though many were only regaining ground lost during summer. For example, #2-ranked CBS Radio was up 16% month-to-month, but their AAS of 97,712 is lower than where it was in April (98,676). Clear Channel was in a similar position, growing 14% month-to-month but reaching an AAS lower than April's.

Slacker was the only webcaster in the Top 20 ranker to show a month-to-month decline, but even then it was very slight.

August also saw several webcasters reach new record highs for 2011. AccuRadio, Digitally Imported Inc., EMF Corporate, Greater Media and Radio One / Interactive One -- not to mention Pandora -- all reached new year-high AAS levels.

You can find the Domestic and All Streams Mon-Sun 6a-12m rankings below. Find out more from Triton Digital’s Webcast Metrics report here (PDF) and find our coverage of July 2011’s ratings here.

Triton Digital's domestic ranker for August 2011 (Mon-Sun, 6a-midnight)Triton Digital's all streams ranker for August 2011 (Mon-Sun, 6a-midnight)

TRITON DIGITAL LAUNCHES NEW SOCIAL, MOBILE RADIO SERVICES

Monday, September 12, 2011 - 12:00pm

Triton Digital has launched a number of new ehancements and services “aimed at expanding radio stations’ abilities to capture audiences across social media and mobile devices.”

 

SLACKER, CUMULUS, EMF, ACCURADIO, PANDORA AMONG TOP YEAR-OVER-YEAR GAINERS

Friday, September 9, 2011 - 12:00pm

Following the trend we’ve seen in years past, most webcasters were flat or down month-to-month in July 2011, according to Triton Digital’s newly-released Webcast Metrics.

MEET MORE OF THE EXPERTS YOU’LL HEAR AT OUR UPCOMING CONFERENCE

Wednesday, August 31, 2011 - 12:00pm

RAIN Summit Chicago (now less than two weeks away!) will include more than 30 experts from the Internet radio and broadcasting industries.

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