Inspiration & Resources for Radio Professionals

Programming

Research Relies On Reliable Data

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Good radio research depends on great source material, consisting of the right audience sample that is leading to valid & consistent data to spot long-term trends.

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Production

How To Give Your Station An Amazing On-Air Sound (Pt. 5)

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A chief executive who reschedules meetings for hands-on fieldwork to help clients is not common. Frank Foti of The Telos Alliance does it from his strong passion for radio.

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Personality

(Re)connect With Yourself To Connect With Listeners

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'Be yourself and be personal' is well-known advice for becoming a top radio personality. The following technique could accelerate the progress big time!

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Music

Steve Warren: ‘Listen To Your Listeners’

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Interviewing active listeners and tracking music services could be good (additional) ways to find out which songs your audience likes to hear on the radio.

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Research Relies On Reliable Data

Research Relies On Reliable Data

Good radio research depends on great source material, consisting of the right audience sample that is leading to valid & consistent data to spot long-term trends.

Digital All The Way, Or FM Here To Stay?

Digital All The Way, Or FM Here To Stay?

An affordable multiband & multistandard receiver could be the answer to the many different broadcasting standards for analog & digital radio worldwide.

Music Scheduling: Simpler = Better, Less = More

Music Scheduling: Simpler = Better, Less = More

Your music scheduling software should not work like a Rube Goldberg device, veteran music radio programmer and Music 1 developer Steve Warren says.

Radio Programming Should Avoid Any ‘Chalk & Cheese’

Radio Programming Should Avoid Any ‘Chalk & Cheese’

Top stations don't please everyone. They focus on a narrow segment of their (target) audience to achieve great ratings and consistent results in the long run.