Despite the news yesterday that Apple is going to add an FM radio to one of its iPod lines, the latest ratings show that it’s probably too late to save rock radio.
#8 Top Christmas song for 2009 is “Winter Wonderland” by Ozzy Osbourne and Jessica Simpson. I know this may surprise you, but if you listen to this song you will see why I placed it on my list. It has great tune, beat, and great for any Christmas party.
Do you have a good sense of their age brackets? Did you know that Radio Measurement allows you to narrow your audience of Adults aged 12+ into 37 different age breaks.
Whether you’re investing $5,000 for a one week new store opening or $250,000 to promote new wine sales in four major Canadian markets, you want to squeeze all the media muscle you can out of your budget.
If music works for you, use it. Stick to soft tunes and don’t whip out that Metallica CD just yet. Rock music tends to use heavy bass lines, hard percussions and strong lyrics. If you want to relax, turn to soft and manitou springs and save those faster tunes for some other time.
Deep Breathing: Effectiveness = 4; Ease = 7, Cumulative Score 11; It does not take much effort to breath, but in some high stress moments, using breathing methods can be near impossible. Also, some of these breathing techniques I have seen articulated online seem to be stressful just to do them. Regardless, I have heard missed reviews on breathing, but it has worked for me on occasions.
Essayist Virginia Woolf, in a 1929 piece titled “A Room Of Her Own,” gave William Shakespeare a sister and spoke through her to state that, had she existed and been creative like her brother, as a woman her assigned role in society would have still relegated her to a lifetime of drudgery.
Not every child can become a musical genius. However, regardless of whether or not you are Amish and living in Amish Country Ohio, music is fundamental in nurturing your child’s physical, mental, and social development. It is more than just music to his or her ears.