Inspiration & Resources for Radio Professionals
Creative storytelling = powerful radio, but that's only possible when program directors give their on-air talents a license to try and to fail, says consultant Valerie Geller.
Posted by Thomas Giger
Young listeners still tune in to radio, but they're listening for less and less time! How to keep radio relevant for young people in a multi-platform world?
While Time Spent Listening is dropping in many European radio markets, Belgium does a great job and is also able to reach younger audiences very well. Here's how.
Dutch radio programmers say that constant innovation, familiar brands and shared emotion are key to secure radio's future in this (social) media world.
Winning breakfast shows have radio personalties who do know what their audience really wants, and (are not afraid to) show their listeners who they really are.
Dennis Clark (Radio Strategist)
Elvis Duran (Radio Personality)
Valerie Geller (Radio Consultant)
John de Mol (Media Entrepreneur)
Sandra Müller (Radio Journalist)
José Manuel Richart (Radio Allrounder)
Jeff Smith (Music Director)
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