Broadcasting & New Media industry professional and trainer


Broadcasting & New Media industry professional and trainer

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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.
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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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Interview with Tata Themba - a Play-by-Play on What Happened in the Soweto UprisingsLink in bio under 919 Podcasts!In honour of Youth Day, we spoke to Tata Themba who participated in the 1976 Soweto Uprisings.  He gives us an "on-the-ground" experience of what happened on that historic day.The June 16 1976 Uprising that began in Soweto and spread countrywide profoundly changed the socio-political landscape in South Africa. Events that triggered the uprising can be traced back to policies of the Apartheid government that resulted in the introduction of the Bantu Education Act in 1953. The rise of the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) and the formation of South African Students Organisation (SASO) raised the political consciousness of many students while others joined the wave of anti-Apartheid sentiment within the student community. When the language of Afrikaans alongside English was made compulsory as a medium of instruction in schools in 1974, black students began mobilizing themselves. On 16 June 1976 between 3000 and 10 000 students mobilized by the South African Students Movement's Action Committee supported by the BCM marched peacefully to demonstrate and protest against the government’s directive. The march was meant to culminate at a rally in Orlando Stadium.On their pathway, they were met by heavily armed police who fired teargas and later live ammunition on demonstrating students. This resulted in a widespread revolt that turned into an uprising against the government. While the uprising began in Soweto, it spread across the country and carried on until the following year.The aftermath of the events of June 16 1976 had dire consequences for the Apartheid government. Images of the police firing on peacefully demonstrating students led to an international revulsion against South Africa as its brutality was exposed. Meanwhile, the weakened and exiled liberation movements received new recruits fleeing political persecution at home giving impetus to the struggle against Apartheid.Stream us at or listen live at 91.9FM#youthday #history #heroes #heroines #interview ... See MoreSee Less
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My Dad.The champion.He has done everything for his family. Hero hero hero! Love you, Pops!#dad #Hero #simplythebest @ifeel919 ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us tomorrow for an #exclusive chat with Tata Themba who was part of the 1976 Soweto Uprisings - bringing about the fight against #apartheid and the #rights for #youth in #southafrica Chatting to him at 11:40am on @ifeel919 91.9FM live or stream us #interview #radio #Pride #sa The Sunday Revolution with Chris and Khanyi 11am - 3pm ... See MoreSee Less
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