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Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

UK's new station shows future is in transmitters, not online: Cridland

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

 
Radio X is a new, national rock/alternative radio station (FM in London...

06 October 2015

Cridland: Personalisation for broadcast radio
 

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

Earlier this week was ...

06 October 2015

AM radio - dead in Europe?

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

Something that surprises many visitors to North America or Australia is the amount...

06 October 2015

A radio conference with its own station? That I'd like to hear!

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

Radio conferences - I’m running one ...

06 October 2015

Expat radio stations: still thriving, despite the internet
Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

If you speak English but you’re in a foreign country for work, the answer’s obvious...

06 October 2015

Want ratings success? The older alternative...

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

Interesting times in Australia, where ...

06 October 2015

Live radio: beaten by automation?

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

The latest RAJAR figures for the UK came out last week - they do this every three months, and give me a...

06 October 2015

Getting The Most Out Of Your Event - Lessons From A Classical Music Station

Sunday 09 August, 2015

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

Big outside broadcasts and concerts are nothing new to radio. We excel...

06 October 2015

Radio research - learning from the Irish

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

It's been a fascinating few weeks watching the US deal with potential issues with their ratings system.
 
Here's the thing in a nutshell. US radio uses, in large markets, electronic measurement through a PPM, a portable pager-like device. It listens for inaudible tones in the audio, and works...

06 October 2015

Cridland: Positive moves for radio’s future in the UK Primary tabs

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

Greetings from the bowels of the London Underground. There's no air-conditioning down here, and therefore it's hot and relatively unbearable: but one thing that's making it a little more bearable is Iggy Pop, who is currently playing me the most random choice of music tracks on his radio show.
 
I'm listening to...

06 October 2015

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