Apple Car Play, Sirius XM Radio, Google Android Auto and Howard Stern! What Is The Future of Radio?



Image Taken From Bloomberg News



I recently was reading an article on Bloomberg News, one of my fave news apps for Iphone 6 Plus! What caught my attention was the words “Howard Stern” and the troubles he is having with SiriusXM radio. Good ol Howard! 

If you look at the graph up top you will see that in 2014, 16 million vehicles were sold in the United States and 11 million came pre-installed with SiriusXM radio! Now, for normal radio stations what does this mean for audience and listeners when people commuting to and from work have an abundance of listening options right at their finger tips. Sirius’s subscriber model is impressive and done extremely well, so well, that companies like Google and Apple have started to dip their feet in the market place with Car play and Android Auto.

If you would like to read the full article from Bloomberg, you can do so Here.

Do you listen to normal radio? Do you love SiriusXM? What are your thoughts? Something to think about!

VIDEO: YouTube Turned 10 Last Month And Is The Second Largest Search Engine And Third Most Visited Website Behind Google And Facebook

The ultimate video disruptor, YouTube, turned 10 last month, and there’s no question as to YouTube’s impact on our world and media consumption habits.

YouTube is the second largest search engine and is the third most-visited website in the world (after Google and Facebook), with more than 300 hours of content is uploaded every minute.

While YouTube has changed how we share and consume news, discover future celebrities… and definitely, click away plenty of time… YouTube has also definitely changed the way consumers search for info, shop, and how businesses get their messages out.

BizBOXTV’s Lisa Ostrikoff explores the explosive exposure brands that use YouTube have experienced in the social world.