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An 'appalling' range of research: Wayne Clouten

Thursday 17 May, 2018

Following Steve Ahern's recent article on wrong interpretations of radio listening, Wayne Clouten (pictured) from research company BPR weighs into the discussion on survey methodology.

He writes:
 

Travelling to Vienna for #RDE18

Sunday 18 March, 2018

It's Vienna's turn to host RadioDays Europe, the Mecca for all radio followers to attend, the most prestigious annual event showcasing how the next big-bang theories and challenges of the air waves are evolving.

I'm here as one of radioinfo's team of reporters covering this big event.

Sport and radio play on: #WorldRadioDay 2018

Monday 12 February, 2018


Steve Ahern’s 2018 World Radio Day letter.
 

Financial analyst off track with his predictions about radio industry disruption

Friday 05 January, 2018

Comment by Steve Ahern

Citi analyst David Kaynes appears to have lost his way in an analysis of the radio industry's next challenge - digital disruption in cars.

Perhaps he is using an old street directory, instead of a mapping app, because his analysis seems way out of date and fails to take into account many of the things the radio industry has already done to prepare for digital disruption in cars.

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.
 

Terrestrial broadcasting particularly important to regional Australia: Fiona Nash #NPC

Wednesday 19 April, 2017
Senator Fiona Nash addressed the National Press Club today about regional issues, speaking passionately about what regional towns have to offer and making the case for businesses and government departments to move to regional Australia.

She spoke about the improvement of health and transport services and the benefits of a regional lifestyle, and foreshadowed a government push to consider moving some functions to regional areas.

I'm pretty sure Marconi was dead before the internet: STC play TALK reviewed

Thursday 13 April, 2017
A talk radio announcer names a ‘pedophile,’ is responsible for starting a riot, and breaks all the format boundaries, while still plugging his good friends the sponsors.
 
Sound familiar.
 
John Waters’ character in the new play TALK is a combination of Derryn Hinch, Alan Jones, John Laws and other Aussie talk radio shock jocks.
 

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