#RDA16 #RadioWontFall Master Class Field Recording by Angie Kapelianis
The traditional radio journalist is facing a changed work environment as technology connects broadcasters and audiences, and allows the transfer of information to happen immediately. The need to verify and to ensure balanced reporting is, however, still non-negotiable. Angie Kapelianis deals with the skills and environment of operating in the field in ensuring that the story gets told as quickly and accurately as possible. If this is your aim, this Master Class is for you.
Often described as the glue that keeps the sound of a radio station together, imaging and production form an essential part of any radio format. Xxx guides a very interactive session in radio imaging and shares ideas in creating the perfect sound for your station.
Your presence in a digital space is critical in engaging with audiences. When done right, it enhances your brand significantly. Arthur Goldstuck examines brands that are doing good and bad work in the digital space, focussing on websites, mobi and apps
Prof. Franz Kruger (Director: Wits Radio Academy) Helen Boaden (Director: BBC Radio) Daryl Ilbury (Journalist, Writer, Author)+ Leslie Ntloko (Group Executive: SABC Radio) Despite being under pressure from a variety of media offerings, radio continues to thrive. Prof Franz Kruger chats to Helen Boaden, Daryl Ilbury and Leslie Ntloko about…
Tom Webster (Vice-President: Strategy, Edison Research - USA) Understanding consumer behaviour and consumption is critical to the success of any broadcasting business. Tom Webster shares insight into research projects conducted by Edison for their clients across the globe. He will touch on global research trends and how broadcasters should approach…