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By Charlie Sislen They say a little knowledge is dangerous. As marketers are considering their options, many will try to pigeonhole radio and judge each radio station solely on a cost-per-point basis. Even some of those who ask about CPP may not understand the value of judging radio stations by cost per point. So what is CPP? Cost per point is simply a mathematical calculation of how efficient a radio schedule is at delivering a demographic group. Typically, it is measured against a broad demographic group such as Adults
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Reggaeton has been the commercially dominant wing of Spanish-language hip-hop for more than a decade, launching global stars like Don Omar and Daddy Yankee. But a surging Latin trap sound is responding to more recent developments in American rap, embracing the slow-rolling rhythms and gooey vocal delivery popularized by Southern hip-hop. Despite being almost entirely shut out of American radio, Latin trap has taken off. Univision rolled out a trap channel on its app in January, and in April the Univision-owned X It had no possibilities.