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Live radio: beaten by automation?

Sunday 16 August, 2015

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

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 in them: partly because radio is pretty good at doing them, with the contacts to the stars and a great way of marketing and advertising the event.

It’s time for a better radio: Cridland

Sunday 19 July, 2015

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

I read an awful lot of blogs about radio. I enjoyed a recent blog by Dick Taylor, who talked about the need for radio to standardise:

Once upon a time, cars were steered by a stick. The throttle was located on the steering wheel. The high beams switch was located on the floor. And it was different in every car. [They’re not any more. They standardised.]

What people are saying about Apple Music and Beats 1

Tuesday 16 June, 2015

The hot topic around music and radio circles over the past week or so has been the anticipated launch of Apple Music and Beats 1 at the end of this month.

Radioinfo's Radio Tomorow contributor, James Cridland has compiled a lsit of some of the more interesting and informative links for you to get the full picture. If you missed it, you could start with Cridland's own piece Who are the DJ's.

Radio in Asia - what we can learn from it: Cridland

Tuesday 09 June, 2015

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

Last week, I was in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, for the Asian Media Summit. The conference was themed around social media - but I was able to speak about radio, surely the world’s oldest form of social media, alongside Commercial Radio Australia’s Joan Warner. Earlier, Asia Radio Today’s Steve Ahern also did a great talk.
Asian radio, it seems to me, is a world of contrasts.

Four things to learn from the UK’s radio audience figures

Monday 01 June, 2015

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland.

The latest UK RAJAR figures are out, and they really underline the way radio consumption is changing.

Now, it’s easy to look at overseas radio figures, like the ones here in the UK, and say that they’re irrelevant. You’d be right, to an extent. The UK is its own distinct marketplace, with a very strong public service broadcaster as well as a different broadcast environment - a smaller lots of national services, where local is less important.

Lazy Buggles Headlines

Thursday 21 May, 2015
Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland.


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