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Radio and Television Announcing By Donna Kay Kakonge MA
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This book gives some fundamental knowledge to radio and television announcing.
How to build a radio station By Dave Walters
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A comprehensive guide to building a radio station. From choosing premises, designing and building studios to choosing and installing the technical equipment
How to build a radio station By Dave Walters
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A comprehensive guide to building a radio station. From choosing premises, designing and building studios to choosing and installing the technical equipment
Webster Booth and Anne Ziegler: Broadcasts (1927 - 1994) By Jean Collen
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BBC broadcasts by Webster Booth and Anne Ziegler dating from 1927 to 1994. The information (including names of music contained in many broadcasts)comes from online editions of The Radio Times. The... More > Genome project of the BBC has uploaded complete magazines from the 1920s to the 1940s on to the internet and I have extracted all the entries featuring Webster and Anne's broadcasts, as well as the broadcasts in 1950s and later broadcasts where the Radio Times have not yet been digitised in full. I have added the script of Webster's appearance on Desert Island Discs in April 1953.< Less
Federal Radio Commission FCC By Radio Service Bulletin Januaury 1934
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Federal Radio Comission, 1934 radio service bulletin. Frequency list of licensed radio stations in the US & US owned stations outside the US mainland. Including commercial broadcast, coast... More > stations, lightships, shipboard, stations of the ice patrol service, etc... Adds, changes & deletions. Callsigns, geographical locations.< Less
Wave Hands: Radio Stories By Ward McBurney
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Radio stories read by Ward McBurney on CBC Radio's Fresh Air; also includes new stories not intended for broadcast. Prefaced by veteran CBC Radio Host Tom Allen. This is Ward's second volume of radio... More > stories; the first, Sky Train (Dundurn Press), appeared in 2001.< Less
Radio 2015: The Year Ahead By Reed Bunzel
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Radio 2015: The Year Ahead is a multi-layered report designed to help radio broadcasters successfully manage their businesses as traditional industry operations collide with new, disruptive... More > technologies and emerging competitive forces. To that end, Radio 2015 will help radio business people make intelligent decisions and take hands-on control of their future by exposing them to new and innovative concepts that can be used immediately to generate revenue.< Less
Radio Programmer Core Skills By Andy Johnson
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The death of radio and particularly commercial radio has been greatly exaggerated in recent years. Whilst it is undeniable that competition now comes from multiple media channels, radio, with its... More > broadcast ‘barriers to entry’ and portability will survive. What hasn’t been exaggerated is the need for the next generation of radio programmers to understand the traditional role of the programmer and also the impact the new digital world is having on their product and their job. The role of the programme controller changed dramatically as we entered the digital world at the beginning of the 21st century. From talent management to budget management the range of experience required to fulfil the job at the highest level is significant. This book aims to educate and inform in many of these areas, and also challenge some of the wisdom you may have received over the years enabling you to take the challenges associated with being a radio programmer in the digital world head on.< Less
Radio Programmer Core Skills By Andy Johnson
eBook (PDF): $68.26
The death of radio and particularly commercial radio has been greatly exaggerated in recent years. Whilst it is undeniable that competition now comes from multiple media channels, radio, with its... More > broadcast ‘barriers to entry’ and portability will survive. What hasn’t been exaggerated is the need for the next generation of radio programmers to understand the traditional role of the programmer and also the impact the new digital world is having on their product and their job. The role of the programme controller changed dramatically as we entered the digital world at the beginning of the 21st century. From talent management to budget management the range of experience required to fulfil the job at the highest level is significant. This book aims to educate and inform in many of these areas, and also challenge some of the wisdom you may have received over the years enabling you to take the challenges associated with being a radio programmer in the digital world head on.< Less
The Cornucopia Radio Ebook By Peter Beeston
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‘Cornucopia Radio' is a loose collection of Sheffield based writers and actors who work together to create cutting edge audio-drama and comedy for broadcast on community radio stations across... More > the world, as well as distribution across the internet as a highly successful podcast They’ve been creating productions since 2008, and as a celebration of their continued output, they’ve decided to collect some of their short comedy scripts and unusual short stories into one magnificent ebook. It’s just like the radio show. Just without the need for the small bones in your inner ear to vibrate causing sounds to form in your head. Instead, light will bounce off the surface of the ebook and into your retina, sending electrical impulses to your brain; in turn forming words within your mind, which you can then interpret into various meanings and emotions!< Less

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