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The challenges of journalism in a dangerous world #RadioAlive2017

Monday 16 October, 2017

In Australia, news is valued and journalism enjoys professional respect. But it’s not like that everywhere.
Speaking at Radio Alive 2017 Steve Ahern discussed the challenges of journalism in a dangerous world.
Alongside radioinfo, Steve also runs Ahern Media and Training, specialising in broadcast training, curriculum development and new media which has taken him to some of the ‘media-dark’ countries in the world including Afghanistan.

Birthday wishes rolling in for radioinfo as readers enter new smartphone competition

Wednesday 27 September, 2017

Love the competition idea...and I reckon I could do with that fancy iPhone!

Congrats on such a long and proud history...radioinfo is always my go to website everyday...Ok several times a day, but don't tell my boss!

That's one of the comments rolling in with the many entries to our 20th birthday competition.

Making a first impression with a face for radio

Thursday 11 May, 2017
Your social media profile photos are creating a first impression whether you like it or not, and they can help or hinder you getting your next job

 If you are not using an image on your CV, chances are that your potential employers or customers are checking you out on social media.  What impressions do you think your social images are projecting?  

That's the message from Karen Merry from Merry Images.

Please give us your feedback

Thursday 26 January, 2017
As we begin 2017, we would like your help to improve radioinfo.

We are always looking for ways to improve our content, our reporting and our other services to you.

And feedback you can give us will be welcome.

Please take our six question survey below and tell us what you think we are doing well, what you think we could do better, and offer us new ideas or suggestions that we can try and implement in 2017.

Happy Christmas from radioinfo

Monday 19 December, 2016
With Christmas approaching, we are preparing for the holidays.

We won't send out our regular emails for the next few weeks - we don't want to clutter up your inbox while you are on holidays, and we don't want to clutter ours with all your out of office auto-replies.

To all our readers, we wish you a very happy Christmas. Thanks for reading our site during the year.

We look forward to keeping you informed about what's happening in the radio industry in 2017.

Five Aussie agencies shortlisted at Cannes Lions

Tuesday 21 June, 2016

Five Australian agencies made it through to the Radio Lions shortlist for Cannes Lions 2016.

CMTO course applications are now open

Thursday 16 June, 2016

The Community Media Training Organisation is seeking applications from community broadcasting stations for accredited and non-accredited (pathways) courses for 2016/17.

The application process has been streamlined to ensure that the CMTO can give quick responses to station's requests for courses.

What do you need to do before applying?

Step One: Decide what CMTO courses you want/need.

Radio newsreader makes spectacular save of blooper

Monday 30 May, 2016
In the annals of radio news, bloopers are legend. Even the greatest of the greats have been known to make them.

The mark of a great news reader is not that they can make mistakes - anyone can do that. But the way they get themselves out of the situation.

Take radioinfo reporter and Nova Entertainment news hound Kim Napier who is no stranger to blooping on air.

After failing to get her tongue around “irreconcilable differences” hear how deftly she salvages the situation.


Beth Rep: Rantings of a Feminist Radio Announcer

Thursday 28 April, 2016

“Research only tells you what is, not what could be. That’s why we used to refer to it as research and destroy. If you wait for audiences to tell you to change, you will never get change.”

This quote from the brilliant Jane Caro is about the most refreshing and exciting comment I’ve ever read in regards to market research. Just imagine the programming possibilities for commercial radio if a program director took a similar stance.


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