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Chris Jordan Media Training Prospectus 2020

Chris Jordan Media Training Prospectus 2020

Chris Jordan Media Training ProspectusDownload Please note that training around these knowledge areas will be customizable to your station format,...
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SMU FM 97.1 FM Board Training – The Ultimate Voice Airborne

SMU FM 97.1 FM Board Training – The Ultimate Voice Airborne

SMU FM is a communication platform that seeks to promote community participation in support of democracy, freedom of expression, diversity of opinion, and broadcast ownership and combating of Racism, Sexism and all forms of discrimination.
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Top 5 Most Bankable Radio Shows of 2019

Top 5 Most Bankable Radio Shows of 2019

Talk with Ayabonga Cawe  (Metro FM) Metro FM has had a hard year.  With both its drive shows having drastic...
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Pheli FM – Training the Voice of Atteridgeville 

Pheli FM – Training the Voice of Atteridgeville 

This week I had the privilege to start training the broadcasting team at Pheli FM. Pheli FM is a Community...
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Radio 1 on 1: Interview with Frequency Magazine

Radio 1 on 1: Interview with Frequency Magazine

"Radio 1 on 1: 25 of the Most Asked Questions in Radio Broadcasting" has been well received by the campus,...
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Google Accreditation: Onward and Upwards

Google Accreditation: Onward and Upwards

I have been part of the Google family since 2017.  Accrediting and upskilling in the media market has become rather...
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MCRS FM Broadcast Management Training

MCRS FM Broadcast Management Training

This past weekend I was invited to Limpopo to head up management training for the MCRS FM team. As per...
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Radio 1 on 1 : Supported by SRN

Radio 1 on 1 : Supported by SRN

I am humbled to announce that "Radio 1 on 1: 25 of the Most Asked Questions in Radio Broadcasting" has...
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Radio 1 on 1: My personality on-air has changed.  Isn’t this growth?

Radio 1 on 1: My personality on-air has changed. Isn’t this growth?

The short version of that answer is “No”.  But it’s all in the interpretation of that statement. If you have...
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Radio 1 on 1 Preview: I know the basics.  I don’t have to waste my time with relearning them.

Radio 1 on 1 Preview: I know the basics. I don’t have to waste my time with relearning them.

The basics concepts of radio broadcasting are mandatory.  No one will pat your back for getting them right.  This is...
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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, Part 1 available for FREE .
Edited by Jason Rademeyer.

A Word on Radio

“A Word on Radio” is an academic look at the latest trends and methodologies created by both 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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Digital platform strategies & development
(with focus on podcast development & market placement)

Programming content overhaul

Online presence redesign

Strategic business models

Marketing & brand
creative solutions

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

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Chris Christou Jordan5 days ago
Summation:

*President’s Address Notes*

1. Reiterate that most effective way to help infection is to change basic behaviours.
2. Staying home, cancelling gatherings and avoiding people help curb the spread of the virus.
3. Immediate swift and extraordinary action is required.
4. Fundamental task is to curb the spread. Health services cannot be strained.
5. Next few days are crucial.
6. Decided to enforce lockdown from Midnight 26 March 2020.
7. Will last 21 Days to 16 April
*Categories exempted:*
9. Health workers
10. Emergency personnel
11. Security services
12. Production and distribution
13. Essential banking services
14. Power
15. Laboratory services
16. Hygiene services
17. People will not be allowed to move unless buying food and medical supplies.
18. JSE not affected. Trading continues.
19. Malls and clothing stores to be closed.
20. Those who can operate remotely must do so.
21. Defense force deployed to help police.
22. Public health management programme to perform screening. Initial focus on high density and high risk areas.
23. Centralised treatment for sever cases.
24. Decentralised treatment for mild cases.
25. Resident arriving from high risk countries will face quarantine of 14 days.
26. International flights from Lanseria suspended.
27. International travellers will be turned away.
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President Ramaphosa addresses nation on COVID-19
EDITOR'S NOTE: PRESIDENCY TO CONFIRM TIME President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation on COVID-19. The president met with ministers and business about ...
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