When it comes to the future of radio ads, advertisers are still figuring out what to do

There’s a growing concern among advertisers that radio will lose its role as the main source of their revenue, while digital will grow and advertisers will have to look for other sources of revenue.

But in this year’s advertising boom, some advertisers say they’re seeing the rise of a new breed of advertising.

The most common is “ad networks” — companies that specialize in developing digital-only ads for specific radio stations or online platforms.

This is where the radio ad is developed by a third-party ad agency and then used by a station to promote the station’s content or services.

Ad networks are getting more aggressive with their targeting, according to people familiar with the industry.

In this case, they’re trying to take advantage of radio’s traditional advertisers.

Radio’s primary advertisers are advertisers who have already bought into the station and who will pay the advertiser a fee to promote their station.

These are typically the people who pay for digital advertising.

But these advertisers are not the only ones paying to promote radio stations.

Some advertisers, such as those that sell tickets to concerts, are also paying to advertise on the radio.

For example, the music industry is spending tens of millions of dollars on advertising to promote music.

So is the travel industry, which also has an existing radio contract with a radio station.

Ad networks also pay the radio station a fee for the use of their stations’ audio and video, according the people.

For many stations, the ad revenue they get from the station is so high that they have to raise the rates to attract advertisers.

The ad networks are not paying this extra fee.

Instead, they pay an additional fee for each ad they run on their own stations.

Ad network fees are capped at $100,000 a year.

This fee is used to pay the stations for the ads they run, and then to pay advertisers for the time the ads are displayed on their stations.

While the ad networks have been pushing back against the trend of paying radio stations to promote themselves, advertisers say that the rise in digital advertising has forced advertisers to look elsewhere.

The new model of radio advertising is not sustainable, according some advertisers.

Advertisers say the ad network model will not work if digital is dominant.

Advertising revenue from digital advertising is projected to grow at a faster rate than advertising revenue from radio over the next 10 years.

This could lead to an explosion in digital ad revenue, as it is now.

That could lead advertisers to shift their attention to more traditional advertising sources, such the newspaper, magazine or television networks.

In the future, some ad networks will also be looking to the internet to promote them.

Ad Network revenues could be up to 20 percent of total radio revenues by 2020, according a recent report by Nielsen.

But the industry’s biggest concern is the possibility of advertisers losing a larger share of the advertising revenue.

“The way advertisers are seeing the growth is really a reflection of the way advertisers have been paying for their content,” said Craig Bittner, a marketing and public relations professor at the University of Maryland.

“They are not spending the money on advertising.

They are spending the ad money on the advertising.

It’s an unfortunate situation.”

In an interview with The Lad, Bittcher said that advertisers are concerned that their advertisers may not have the same financial incentive to pay as they once did.

The loss of a large portion of the revenue would hurt advertisers.

Advertisers are also worried that the digital ad model will disrupt the radio industry as a whole.

Ad network fees and advertising revenue are still small in comparison to what other media companies are spending, and the trend has not gone away.

Ad-supported stations have struggled to maintain their ratings, even with online advertising, according of Nielsen.

Radio stations are now in the process of trying to make the transition from paid to free.

But that is a slow process.

Ad revenue from the radio stations is not expected to be enough to keep the stations afloat for years to come.

Bittner also said that radio is unlikely to change into a digital-ad-supported media company, because it has such a high concentration of radio advertisers.

That means that the radio company will have the financial clout to compete with digital companies.

“In terms of the overall market for radio, radio will be a big market.

It is a very fragmented market, and a lot of people in the radio business are just not really making money,” Bittman said.

“The radio business is not going to be able to survive without digital advertising, so that is probably where they are going to end up.”

But the rise and dominance of digital advertising could have a significant impact on the way the radio market is run in the years ahead.

The future of the radio broadcasting industry is in flux.

Radio is still the dominant source of radio ad revenue in the United States.

But the radio advertising business is growing.

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