In each of the past two years, the national weekly radio audience has reached all-time highs according to Nielsen’s Audio Today report. And over the past five years, the weekly reach of radio among Blacks and Hispanics—two powerhouse demographics in the U.S.—has also been growing steadily.
Will that be cash or credit? The way people pay for their purchases is a key component in their actual purchasing decisions. And for Asian-Americans, there is a strong affinity for credit cards.
Asian-Americans take a holistic approach to beauty, spending more than average on fresh foods, as well as in the health and beauty department. In fact, Asian-Americans spend 70% more than the average share of the U.S. population on skin-care preparation products.
Diverse and deeply rooted in their cultural traditions, today’s Asian-Americans value high-quality products and services and are brand loyal shoppers. And their unique consumption and media habits that are helping to redefine the American mainstream.
Proud of their roots in a continent that represents over 60% of the global population, hailing from more than 40 countries, and speaking dozens of languages, Asian-Americans are sharing their unique stories, influencing tastes and trends, displaying their style, and flexing their wallets.
From hedgehogs to soldiers and spies to princesses, many video games give players the chance to assume fantastical roles. However, sometimes players look for the option to be characters who reflect who they are IRL (in real life). But do video game characters reflect the diversity of players today?
With expansive buying power and unique consumption habits, multicultural consumers are an emerging consumer force in the country. And multicultural consumers can fundamentally transform categories when you consider Super Consumers. But understanding the cultural essence that drives multicultural...
In the U.S., smartphones are increasingly the devices consumers—especially multicultural ones—are choosing for their multitude of mobile activities. Asian/Pacific Islanders (86.6%), Black-African Americans (83%), and Hispanics (82.4%) are the top three groups with the highest rates of...
Radio, one of the original mass mediums, continues to play a big part in the lives of Americans everywhere—with 243 million Americans listening weekly. For advertisers, that means radio delivers a mass audience in real-time across markets large and small that is highly qualified.
African-Americans have a diverse approach to receiving content and information—they fully engage and connect through various mainstream and niche media outlets and platforms, and they consume more content than other groups on all fronts.