The audio slice of the U.S. advertising pie expanded in the first half of the year, according to ad giant Magna. Digital was a big reason, but perhaps more significant was broadcast revenue grew too in Q2, leading the agency’s analysts to conclude the more solid financial footing of reorganized iHeartMedia and Cumulus Media means broadcast radio revenue has “finally stabilized” after several years of declines. Read more
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