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Podcast Review: Reply All

Narration of  a story is becoming a very popular style of podcasting, at least for the podcasts that are becoming very popular.  When it comes to digital audio, I would say there’s a demand for content that doesn’t sound like … Continue reading

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Greetings From Fort Wayne

It’s been quite a while since I’ve made a post, and I wanted to inform you of a new project I’ll be working on in the near future. Since I’ve moved to Fort Wayne to program WOWO Radio, we’ve won … Continue reading

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Phil Hendrie rant

One of the most talented and creative people on radio is Phil Hendrie.  Take away the comedic value, he adds something to radio that widely goes unappreciated. The more I think about it, the more I can find a deeper … Continue reading

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Networks don’t know what they want

Maybe radio wasn’t the only medium that was baffled on how to use social media.  In fact, it seems a lost of us got to the game a little late. With the development of Twitter, you can get real time … Continue reading

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Quick Facebook study

Purely unscientific.  Purely… Thanks to interns, I did a Facebook survey looking at 100 radio stations and how they use Facebook. Here’s what we looked at: Markets 100-110 Top 10 Arbitron ranked stations (12+) 100 Total stations Some similar formats … Continue reading

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If a tower falls in the forest, no one hears it

Imagine your tower just took an uppercut to the jaw and was down for the count.  It’s not a pretty sight.  No matter how good the product, it’s not easy to swallow that you’re just one heavy storm away from … Continue reading

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