Broadcasting & New Media industry professional and trainer


Broadcasting & New Media industry professional and trainer

Featured Podcasts


The Soundtrack of My Life

A 6-episode podcase series about the music that mended a lifetime. 'Best Podcast' Finalist in the 2022 Radio Awards.
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WTF are you talking about?

Join us as we try to find some kind of middle ground in this podcast series about Gen Z vs EVERYBODY ELSE.
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Radio 1 on 1:

25 of the most asked questions in radio broadcasting

The brand new audio series on radio broadcasting, created and narrated by Chris Jordan. Subscribe to our mailing list below and get the full series for FREE.
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Chris Jordan Media presents Comic Book Karaoke S1

A 12-part web series on comic book and geek culture.
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Chris Jordan Media
Broadcasting & New Media Mentorship Program

Applications for 2024 now open

Starts Jan 2024
3-Month Program
ZAR 4500.00
To apply, send a motivational letter to before 15 December 2023.
Read about the previous mentorship

A word on radio


A Word on Radio is an academic look at the latest trends and methodologies created both by Chris Jordan and other leading contributors and tastemakers in the radio broadcasting industry.

A Word on Radio started as a culmination of many years in the industry, coupled with a passion for teaching the next generation of promising young broadcasters. Besides working on all platforms within the medium, Chris Jordan has held roles in presenting, production, sound engineering, voice over talent, talent management and consulting. His goal has always been to contribute to the industry he is so passionate about, and so A Word on Radio was created as the first release under Chris Jordan Media.

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Professional Services

Radio professional staff training & development

Station workshops

Digital platform strategies & development, with focus on podcast development & market placement

Programming content overhaul

Online presence design

Strategic business models

Marketing & brand creative solutions

Privatised training & development for independent broadcasters (amateur to professional)

Past & current collaborations


Chris Jordan Media Social


MSF is a global network of principled medical and other professionals working in teams, small and large, to respond to the medical needs of people affected by conflict, disasters, and epidemics and those excluded from healthcare.Flo and James from MSF spoke to us about all the ways you can get involved with the global NPO, and about where and what they have been involved in, in South Africa#podcast #MSF #doctoswithoutborders #interview #community #southafrica in story!@ifeel919@pure_serenity7@doctorswithoutborders ... See MoreSee Less
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Catch Natanya Harrington - Digital Community Coordinator - Greenpeace Africa, in studio this Sunday between 13 and 14pm chatting to us about all the current projects, the ongoing upward battle for environmental sanctuary, and how you can get involved is a global environmental organisation that is politically and financially independent from business, political parties and governments. In line with the Greenpeace global policy on peace, Greenpeace Africa does not take sides in conflicts and wars on the African continent. We campaign for peace and always stand for non-violence and the defence of human rights.919fm The Sunday Revolution 91.91.9FM Danáe Gucci Lakay ... See MoreSee Less
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Weekly question!Who is/has been a DJ favorite of yours through the decades of great radio? What about the best moments?This week saw 100 years of radio. The real medium in real time with real conversations with real people.Mine (too name a few)Metro Nights with Penny Lebyane Metro Breakfast with Just IceMetro late nights with Eddie Zondi5FM mornings with Mark Gillman5FM weekends with Mark PilgrimOne of my fav moments ever! When Mark Gillman prank called Felicia Mabuza Suttle, I thought I was going to literally die I couldn't catch my breath I was laughing so much. I even remember the year - 1998! @ifeel919 @pure_serenity7 ... See MoreSee Less
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