By Carol Fleming
This complete advisor to radio, thoroughly rewritten for its moment version, examines elements from song to information, from phone-ins to activities programmes, in addition to providing recommendation on operating in radio.
content material: booklet hide; name; Contents; Acknowledgements; creation; The renaissance of radio; The radio revolution; Radio kind; The voice of the station; The position of reports; The instruments of broadcasting; kinds of programming; Radio representations; responsibility; Getting all started in radio; thesaurus; Bibliography; Index.
summary: This complete consultant to radio, thoroughly rewritten for its moment variation, examines parts from tune to information, from phone-ins to activities programmes, in addition to supplying recommendation on operating in radio
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The basic requirement we have for a radio station is that it provides information and entertainment. Beyond that, however, the brand we choose also says something about what is important to us: someone who shops in Costcutter is more likely to be interested in the prices of the goods than someone who shops in Sainsbury’s where the price is less important than the perceived quality of the goods. Similarly listeners to BBC 5 Live are more likely to be interested in news and sport than listeners to Classic FM whose taste is for light classical music.
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Radio handbook by Carol Fleming