Editing and polishing live radio

Some people agree, or not, with my thoughts that live radio isn't always best. Thanks to Tommy and to Peter for their voices. Thanks, too, to Ignite Jingles for the music. And to you for listening. And especially to you for visiting…

We can learn lots from European radio

Music in this episode is from Ignite Jingles (my introduction) and stolen without any permission at all from Reelworld (the other two loud boom-bang-a-bang jingles). My weekly newsletter - https://james.crid.land - and my daily podcast news…

Learning from China

Asia's capacity for change is enormous - is that helping their radio industry? You can get my weekly radio newsletter at james.crid.land and daily podcast news at podnews.net

Did the iPhone really destroy radio?

I look back at the iPhone's destruction of the radio industry, ten years after it launched. My weekly newsletter is at james.crid.land and if you want a daily media news email, that's at media.info/daily The image is of Tokyo FM's iPhone…

The great radio switchoff

Broadcasting on AM? You might want to think about your future strategy. Sorry. Music for this episode from Lee Rosevere. I have a newsletter which is very good and now reaches over 2,500 people. Subscribe at https://james.cridland.net So,…

Why radio matters

Here's why radio matters - and why I hope your local station was live, not voicetracked, on Christmas morning. Audio is from Luke Grant on 2GB and 4BC, via radiorewind.com