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2 INSERT RADIO STATION LOGO(S) Presented by:Insert your name and titleLeveraging Radio and (insert station name) for (Bridal/Wedding Services Advertiser)(Insert date of meeting)INSERT RADIO STATION LOGO(S)
3 Agenda Radio Insight based ideas for “insert advertiser” Reach RelevanceResultsInsight based ideas for “insert advertiser”
4 Radio reaches 93% of all U.S. consumers every week… Weekly ReachRadio reaches 93% of all U.S. consumers every week…242,000,000Listeners continue to turn to Radio for news, information and entertainment, despite an ever-increasing selection of media options.Source: September RADAR® 114 National Radio Listening Report (Persons 12+ Monday-Sunday 24-Hour Weekly Cume)
6 Radio Dominates the Day Next DaySource: GfK MediaDay 2012 (Fieldwork 11-12/Doublebase Respondents) weighted to population (000) Base: Respondent – Marital Status: Engaged
7 Radio is Relevant88%90%92%Adults 18+ who are currently engaged to be married.Adults 18+ who shopped David’s Bridal in the past 3 months.Adults 18+ who bought men’s formal wear (Tuxedo) in the past year.Source: GfK MRI Doublebase – 2012 – Weighted to Population.
8 Radio is Relevant Adults 18+ who are currently engaged to be married: Format preferences include:30% CHR/Top 4025% Country formats18% Adult Contemporary16% RockMore than 48% listen to Traffic Reports16% listen to Sports Play-by-PlaySource: Gfk MRI, - Mediamark Research, Inc Doublebase; Base: Respondent – Marital Status: Engaged.
9 Radio is Relevant Adults 18+ who are currently engaged to be married: Daypart listening trends:52% listen to the Radio during morning drive, weekdays 6A-10A41% listen during the day 10A-3P weekdays47% tune-in during the afternoon commute, weekdays 3P-7P21% are listening 7P-Midnight.47% listen during the day on the weekends.Source: Gfk MRI, - Mediamark Research, Inc Doublebase; Base: Respondent – Marital Status: Engaged
10 Radio is Relevant Adults 18+ who are currently engaged to be married: 64% most often listen to the radio in their car.Avid FM Radio listeners -- 88%22% have listened to Radio online and 9% have visited a Radio Station, Radio Program or Radio Personality’s website in the last 30 days.48% agree that advertising on the Radio provides them with meaningful information about the product use of other consumers.Source: Gfk MRI, - Mediamark Research, Inc Doublebase; Base: Respondent – Marital Status: Engaged.
11 Radio is Relevant Adults 18+ who are currently engaged to be married: 41% agree that advertising on the Radio provides them with useful information about new products and services. (50% among those who purchased a Tuxedo in the past year.)41% agree that radio provides them with useful information about bargains.36% think advertising on the Radio is amusing. (40% among those who purchased a Tuxedo in the past year.)Source: Gfk MRI, - Mediamark Research, Inc Doublebase; Base: Respondent – Marital Status: Engaged.
12 Radio Delivers the Largest Reach at Key Pre-Shopping Periods Base: Adults 25-54Source: MBI TouchpointsTM
13 Radio Works for Bridal Challenge: Ben Bridge Jewelers wanted to do something for the communities they serve to celebrate their 100th Anniversary.
14 Radio Works for Bridal Solution: They partnered with Z90 & 91X in San Diego, Power 106 in LA and Wild in Portland to produce and promote “The Diamond Dash.”
15 Radio Works for Bridal The Program: The Ben Bridge Diamond Dash Ben Bridge Jeweler along with support from their radio station partners turned the "hunt" for an engagement ring into an interactive real-world scavenger hunt using location-based mobile gaming technology.
16 Radio Works for Bridal The Ben Bridge Diamond Dash How it worked: Couples solved challenges from clues on their cell phones to earn points for the chance to win a $14,000 A. JAFFE diamond bridal set.The digital scavenger hunt sent the couples throughout the streets of San Diego, Los Angeles and Portland, OR.Runners-up received a pair of Tissot watches and everyone participating received a prize package from Ben Bridge Jeweler.
17 Radio Works for Bridal The Ben Bridge Diamond Dash How it worked: Radio stations promoted on-air, online and through social media.Stations hosted the events and remotes during the hunts.Results:The program was deemed a success.
18 Radio Works for Bridal Challenge: Mann’s Jewelers in Rochester, NY partnered with Entercom’s 98PXY to help attract young engagement customers in a marketplace that considers Mann’s to be too “high-end.”
19 Radio Works for Bridal Solution: Mann’s Presents: Platinum Proposal Together, Mann’s and 98 PXY put out a call for New York-based couples to write their love stories in 300 words or less and upload them along with a photo to platinumproposal.com (their facebook fan page.)
20 Radio Works for Bridal Mann’s Presents: Platinum Proposal How it worked:The contest was promoted via social media, radio commercials and Radio station street teams who distributed flyers dressed in bridal attire.
21 Radio Works for Bridal Mann’s Presents: Platinum Proposal How it worked:A judging panel including the CEO of Mann’s alongside 2 DJ’s from 98 PXY and the 2011 Platinum Proposal winners, narrowed entries to the top 25 and listeners judged the finals.
22 Radio Works for Bridal Mann’s Presents: Platinum Proposal Results: Winner received a $12K platinum engagement ring.Bridal sales were measured +15% as a result of the program.Campaign generated a significant amount of buzz and press.
23 Leveraging Radio for insert Bridal/Wedding Services Advertiser Insight Based Ideas
24 Insight #1Game ShowsGame shows have thrived for decades because they offer the pleasure of playing at home (competing with the folks on-screen) and of hearing or watching the contestants’ emotional roller-coaster ride.The Newlywed Game was the second-longest running game show on ABC (only Family Feud lasted longer) and a modern installment of the classic series currently airs on GSN.Today, game shows are still thriving under an assumed identity of “reality” television. “The games are a little more involved, the prizes are substantial, you see a lot of emotions and you can can watch the games people play.Source: USA Today, Wikipedia.
25 Idea: The NearlyWed Game Station and Advertiser X bring game shows back to Radio through a new program that brings local engaged couples in studio each week to compete amongst each other for a chance to win a bridal/wedding service from Advertiser X.It’s the Newlywed game for the local Nearly Weds!
26 NearlyWed Game How it works: Each week, the NearlyWed game on the radio station will showcase three newly engaged couples.The couples compete by guessing each others’ answers to questions ranging from the first time they met to the details of their love life.As they compete for highly valued engagement, bridal, wedding and honeymoon products and services, you can expect entertaining moments and brutal honesty!
27 NearlyWed Game How it works: Advertiser X branded promo spots, blasts to loyal listeners and website and Facebook fan page promotions invite local, newly engaged couples to complete a short application to be contestants on the show.Qualifying couples will be engaged (not yet married), at least 18 years old and live in the community.Qualifying couples are scheduled to participate in the game show which will air weekly on a specified day/time (same day/time each week.)
28 NearlyWed Game How it works: The NearlyWed show will be pre-recorded for air on the station as well as video taped for viewing on the station website.NearlyWed Game is hosted by talent in the daypart for which it airs and each show runs 5-10 minutes in length.Advertiser X will be the exclusive advertiser in the segment
29 NearlyWed GameDJ will ask couples one question from key “relationship” categoriesQuestions may include:In the KitchenWho is the better cook?What is your fiancé’s favorite flavor of ice cream?What would your fiancé request as a last meal?How does your fiancé like his/her steak cooked?
30 NearlyWed Game Questions may include: In the Bedroom On a Date Describe your fiancé's sexiest pajamas.What song would you pick to describe your fiancé in the bedroom?When is your fiancé least appealing to you? Most appealing?On a DateWhere did you go on your first date?What did your fiancé think about you after your first date?What would be your fiancé's ideal date?
31 NearlyWed Game Questions may include: For the Honeymoon What’s your fiancé’s dream spot for Honeymoon?How many bags will your fiancé pack for the Honeymoon?How much will your fiancé splurge on new clothes for the Honeymoon?For the WeddingWhat color are the bridesmaid dresses? (for the groom)What song will your fiancé choose to be your first dance?How will you arrive at the wedding?
32 NearlyWed Game Questions may include: Family: Each other: How many children does your fiancé want to have?What does your fiancé dislike the most about his/her future in-laws?Where does your fiancé want to live in 10 years?Each other:What do you like best about your spouse?What one trait of yours annoys your spouse the most?What was your first impression of your spouse?
33 NearlyWed GameThe couple that answers the most questions correctly will win that week’s prize package from Advertiser X.Each runner-up will receive a smaller offer from Advertiser X and their 5-10 minutes of fame on the radio station.
34 Everyone Loves a Good Love Story Insight #2Everyone Loves a Good Love StoryOur bookstores and movie theatres make lots of money off of romantic storylines. The plot usually begins when boy meets girl or girl meets boy and sparks fly. There’s always some form of tension in the storyteller’s plotline and although the outcome is predictable, people still pay to hear the storyline packaged in a new setting with different characters. It doesn’t matter if it’s Shakespeare, Jane Austin, Disney or Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series, people of all ages enjoy rekindling their idealism that true love is indeed possible.Sources: Stonington Mystic Patch, September 2012
35 The ProposalDo you have the best engagement story ever? One that will surely earn you your rightful place among the great love stories of our time? Or perhaps the wildest? Or the craziest?Radio and Advertiser X want listeners to share it with other listeners for a chance to win a prize package of bridal/wedding services from Advertiser X.
36 The Proposal How it works: Radio station and Advertiser X will invite couples to submit their proposal stories along with any audio/video or still photography that may accompany the story at radiostation.comCo-branded :10, :15 and :30 promotional spots will air on the station.Dedicated blasts will be sent to all newsletter subscribers and loyal listeners brought to you by Advertiser X.Display units on the home page of the station site accompanied by Advertiser X units.Advertiser X skinned media players on the station site.
37 The Proposal How it works: Couples will upload their proposal stories and listeners will be invited to vote for their favorites:Station talent will visit The Proposal entries on a daily basis and read select ones, reference others and remind listeners to log on to stationsite.com/theproposal to vote for their favorites.
38 The Proposal How it works: To determine the Grand Prize winner, a panel of judges from the station and Advertiser X will review the top 10 proposals that received the most votes and award 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes of various levels of bridal/wedding services packages from Advertiser X.The Grand Prize announcement may be made via a Radio hosted “bridal fair” event at an Advertiser X location.
39 Planning a Wedding is a Full Time Job Insight #3Planning a Wedding is a Full Time JobThe last three months leading up to their wedding, brides spend an average of 11 hours a week planning the event.Approximately 1/3 of brides use an event/wedding planner, with more than half of those brides hiring them for day-of coordination.With the rising costs associated with weddings and the number of details that require meticulous attention, it is a wonder how recently engaged couples have the time to create the most magical day of their lives without compromising “real life.”Sources: Sources: XO Group Inc., 2012 – theknot.com & weddingchannel.com; The Wedding Report, 2011
40 Idea: The Wedding Planner Radio Station and Advertiser X follow 3 local, recently engaged couples as they plan their weddings at 3 distinct budget levels with the help of a professional Wedding Planner while their fellow listeners vote on selections for the dress, the tux, the venue, the flowers and the music.
41 The Wedding Planner How it works: Station will partner with a successful, local Wedding Planner professional to execute the program.Advertiser X may recommend a preferred Wedding Planner for partnership.Radio station runs a “casting call” to select 3 very different couples that qualify to work with “The Wedding Planner”Listeners will apply by submitting a proposal for why they believe they are most deserving of The Wedding Planner’s help.
42 The Wedding Planner How it works: Proposals will be reviewed by Advertiser X, the station and the Wedding Planner and 3 couples will be selected based on the strength of their proposal.Each of the 3 couples will need to execute a wedding at different budget levels and primary wedding goals/objectives.
43 The Wedding Planner How it works: The 3 couples and the Wedding Planner will be introduced to the station’s listening audience via 3, :60-1:20 vignettes that run in high frequency to kick off the program.Each vignette will profile the individual couples, their story and the reason why they were chosen and also introduce The Wedding Planner and how the program will work.The spots will include the listener voting mechanism to determine final selections for key wedding decisions for each couple.Every spot opens with The Wedding Planner presented by Advertiser X.Advertiser X brand spots run adjacent to all vignettes.
44 The Wedding Planner How it works: All interactions that The Wedding Planner has with each couple are video/audio taped and edited versions will be shared with the station’s listening audience via on-air vignettes and online webisodes.Advertiser X brand and product will be integrated via product placement throughout all vignettes and webisodes.All webisodes play in an Advertiser X skinned media player.Station’s Facebook fan site and Twitter accounts will include posts and tweets from the couples and the Wedding Planners on a regular basis.
45 The Wedding Planner How it works: Meetings occur for all phases of the wedding planning:First meeting to set goals, budgets, dates and style/tastes.Subsequent weekly (daily at critical times) meetings for each phase of wedding production:Venue, catering, wardrobe, wedding party, rehearsal dinner, photographer/videographer, flowers, entertainment, invitations, website, registries, etc.
46 The Wedding Planner How it works: Once the Wedding Planner and the couples narrow choices, listeners are invited to vote for the final decision they think the couples should make, for example:Listeners choose among the final 3 GownsListeners choose among the final 3 Bridesmaid dressesListeners choose among the final 3 Color schemesListeners choose among the final 3 VenuesListeners choose among the final 3 Songs as first dance
47 The Wedding Planner How it works: The radio station website will house a channel or microsite exclusively for The Wedding Planner presented by Advertiser X.Site will include:All webisodesListener votingChecklists and guides for all brides and grooms to be that are planning their own weddings“Ask the Wedding Planner” and “Ask Advertiser X” feature where couples can post questions for the experts to answer.
48 The Wedding Planner How it works: At the end of the program, Radio station will post video segments from each of the couple’s weddings as they occur and tally all the costs/elements that were put in place by The Wedding Planner.
49 WOW – That’s more than the average annual U.S. salary!! Insight #4WOW – That’s more than the average annual U.S. salary!!In 2011, over $50B was spent annually in the U.S. on weddings and the average U.S. wedding cost is $27K.Sources: Sources: XO Group Inc., 2012 – theknot.com & weddingchannel.com; The Wedding Report, 2011
50 Idea: The Wedding Games Insert Market couples will compete in a series of entertaining, must-watch wedding themed sports/activities for a chance to win a $25,000 dream wedding from Advertiser X
51 The Wedding Games How it works: Station and Advertiser X present an on-air and online call for engaged couples to register for the 1st Annual Radio station/Advertiser X Wedding Games event.:10, :15, :30 and :60 spots promote the event and Advertiser X participationEvent will take place in a local “field” or could take over the parking lot at an Advertiser X location.
52 The Wedding Games How it works: At The Wedding Games event, registered couples will compete in games including:Bouquet or boutonniere tossCake feedingFirst dance, ballroom dance contestOne legged race (with a garter)Hors D’oeuvre eatingCouples will also score points for the number of “fans” they recruit to come cheer them on during The Wedding Games.
53 The Wedding Games How it works: Event can be webcast and streamed from the radio station website to include fans from outside the local market.Radio station will broadcast remote from The Wedding Games and include on-air play by plays, standings and shout outs for achievements made by competing couples.
54 The Wedding Games How it works: Every registered couple will receive a wedding services goody bag from Advertiser X, secondary sponsors and the Radio station for participating.The Grand Prize winner will receive a $25,000 dream wedding.
55 Next Steps Gain feedback on ideas. Station to revise based on feedback and propose schedules and costs.Plan activation timeline including commercial creative and station produced spots (if required).Discuss how campaign success will be measured.Launch campaign.