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 Radio station based in Atteridgeville, Pretoria. The station aims is to capture and keep the imagination of listeners in Atteridgeville and surrounding areas. The coverage spectrum of Read more about Pheli FM – Training the Voice of Atteridgeville […]

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, community, online and retail markets.  PART 1 covers an in depth arrival on finding your voice and place in the broadcasting industry, and stations like Tuks FM, Read more about Radio 1 on 1: Interview with Frequency Magazine[…]

MCRS FM Broadcast Management Training

MCRS FM Broadcast Management Training and Leadership Essentials This past weekend I was invited to Limpopo to head up management training for the MCRS FM team. As per the MCRS FM mission statement: Moutse Community Radio Station (MCRS) was founded by members of the Rural Women’s Movement (RWM), a national organisation in South Africa, which Read more about MCRS FM Broadcast Management Training[…]

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 been supported by SRN. SRN’s mission statement states “SRN is an initiative set to revolutionize access to all the communities across South Africa. Encompassing a full turn Read more about Radio 1 on 1 : Supported by SRN[…]

Radio 1 on 1 Preview: But I don’t know where my broadcasting career is going?

Radio 1 on 1 Preview: But I don’t know where my broadcasting career is going? Firstly, let me calm you by saying, this is very normal.  To get to a point, or a few points, in your on-air career where your doubts about the future are reigning supreme, this happens to every broadcaster.  But those Read more about Radio 1 on 1 Preview: But I don’t know where my broadcasting career is going?[…]

Radio 1 on 1 audio series by Chris Jordan, Part 1 available for free at this link

The Liberty Radio Awards 2019 – All the Winners

The 2019 Liberty Radio Awards was held last night at the Sandton Convention Centre, and all the hopefuls in the best of the best of South Africa’s radio industry attended. Lead by radio veteran Lance Rothschild, the team who organise all the logistics of the eventful and well-run evening, have to be congratulated firstly for Read more about The Liberty Radio Awards 2019 – All the Winners[…]

Radio: You don’t care about your listeners

I see this write up not going down to well with you already.   But give me a chance to extend on the title of this blog post, and hopefully come to see the highlights of asking ourselves this important question:  does your radio station care about me? “Care” about you.  This a free public Read more about Radio: You don’t care about your listeners[…]

Talk Radio Vitals

Ah, the exciting world of talk radio.  How exciting?  Well, in a world dominated by fake news and social media, it should get anyone’s goose going by knowing that you can tune into a show where factual information reigns supreme.  As much as music radio is the “end-goal” of fame and popularity to most radio Read more about Talk Radio Vitals[…]

The 5 Most Bankable Broadcasters in South Africa 2018

Every year I reflect on the year we’ve had in radio. I listen to some of the best pieces put together that were thought provoking and are creative or well informed with insight. Pieces and radio that are moving the industry.  People and shows that are restoring or maintaining integrity to doing what we do Read more about The 5 Most Bankable Broadcasters in South Africa 2018[…]

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