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Social Media training for broadcasters in Jakarta

Wednesday 26 November, 2014
In Jakarta this week a group of broadcasters from TVRI learnt the latest methods in social media reporting, from international trainer Steve Ahern.

As part of the training they filed reports from their smart phones about the course, learning new methods of capturing, editing and uploading content for their broadcast and for the web.

"Social media techniques multiply your message and help you be noticed by new audiences," said Steve.

I thought, maybe I should start a website for the radio industry: Steve Ahern

Tuesday 25 November, 2014

Bruce Goldberg switches tables and asks the questions to Steve Ahern from radioinfo.  

 

How long have you been in the industry?   

Over 35 years. I built a radio station in my garage and piped it into the house when I was a teenager, much to the annoyance of my parents and siblings! Somehow the radio bug bit me, I’m not sure why I was interested in radio but I was.

Community broadcasting and media transformation #CBAAconf

Saturday 08 November, 2014
What is the role of community broadcasting in the contemporary media landscape and how are people currently consuming the media we produce? Our reporter Jess Pantou attended a session discussing this topic at today's CBAA Conference in Adelaide.

radioinfo's Steve Ahern opened a Q&A style panel session this morning to address these loaded questions.
 

CSU Radio Students embark on work attachment

Sunday 20 July, 2014

The 2014 Charles Sturt University radio class have embarked on their final internships before their end of year graduation.

The students, studying the 3 year Bachelor of Communications in Commercial Radio are in their last semester.

Radio programming and mobile journalism courses in Singapore

Thursday 05 June, 2014

Steve Ahern will present two of his most sought after Masterclasses in Singapore in July at Singapore Media Academy.
 

Asia Media Summit discusses structural change and public broadcasting

Wednesday 21 May, 2014

Australians Steve Ahern and Mike McCluskey spoke last week at the Asia Media Summit in Saudi Arabia, updating participants on latest trends in technology and discussing the changing nature of public broadcasting.
 
In the changing technological environment, it is imperative that work flow and organisational structures evolve to keep pace with the new media environment, shrinking revenues and changing audience expectations, Ahern told the summit.
 

DAB+ radios on show at DBS2014

Saturday 08 March, 2014

Radio receiver manufacturers around the world have developed a range of DAB+ radios, with many of them on show at this week's Digital Broadcasting Symposium in Malaysia.

The world's radio industry leaders are making sure radio broadcasts can be heard on all the new digital broadcast platforms, as well as through wifi streaming and on smart phone apps. Many of the receivers pictured use app-like screen displays and are enabled with wifi streaming as well as digital receiver chips.

World Radio Day: Why radio still matters

Wednesday 13 February, 2013

Steve Ahern’s personal insights into world radio, and why it still matters.

 

In Sydney, Australia this week, a caller to ABC local radio asked for 702’s informative broadcasts to reach younger listeners by simulcasting on FM. In Juba, the capital of the world’s newest country, South Sudan, listeners rang in to praise radio stations for the important work they are doing in rebuilding their country. 

Both events show that radio is still important and relevant to people in every part of the world.

 

Making Radio: Third edition released

Tuesday 08 March, 2011

This best selling guide to working in radio, edited by radioinfo’s own Steve Ahern is now in its third edition - extensively updated to embrace the digital age. 

Train more staff to prevent talent shortage: Radio Asia Conference

Sunday 28 February, 2010

International radio trainer Steve Ahern told the Radio Asia Conference in Delhi this week that training is essential for the expansion of radio in India. “The growth of new stations in this country is phenomenal, but world experience says soon you will feel a severe staff shortage without adequate training,” he said.

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