#radiowontfall (29 June To 1 July 2016)

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Sinopse

Despite being under pressure from a variety of media offerings, radio continues to thrive. Prof Franz Kruger chats to Helen Boaden, Daryl Ilbury and Leslie Ntloko about the state of radio in South Africa, the continent and across the world. #radiowontfall will look at trends in innovation and technology, as well as the relationship between audiences and radio brands in a changing landscape.

Episódios

  • #RDA16 Liesbeth Tjon A Meevw

    #RDA16 Liesbeth Tjon A Meevw

    01/07/2016 Duração: 33min

    Radio Days Africa — Liesbeth Tjon A Meevw who gives a presentation about what it means to be a journalist from and for the African diaspora. How diasporas always look for comparisons and commonalities, and how the world is becoming our home.

  • Swimming Upstream By Travis Bussiahn (01 July 2016)

    Swimming Upstream By Travis Bussiahn (01 July 2016)

    01/07/2016 Duração: 26min

    Radio Days Africa — Working alongside Kagiso Media, Travis Bussiahn and his team developed two streaming projects aimed at traditional radio audiences. A year into these services, Travis shares learnings and successes in a very new media landscape in the South African context.

  • New Beginnings-Creating A South African Podcast By Rasmus Bitsch (01 July2016)

    New Beginnings-Creating A South African Podcast By Rasmus Bitsch (01 July2016)

    01/07/2016 Duração: 43min

    Radio Days Africa — Sound Africa is a new space for creative non-fiction from the African continent. The Sound Africa podcast series is a range of documentaries illuminating life through the power of radio. Whether it be the story of a small Northern Cape town hosting the Square Kilometer Array, or the story of Pierre and Yolanda Korkie, Sound Africa.org tells a truly African story.

  • #RDA16: The Digital Dollar (01-07-2016)

    #RDA16: The Digital Dollar (01-07-2016)

    01/07/2016 Duração: 33min

    Radio Days Africa — Eric Eisen (Marketing Manager: SoCast - Canada) The ability to monetise non-traditional platforms is a key area to ensure financial sustainability in the media sector. Eric Eisen explains how to successfully develop strategies and techniques around selling digital platforms in an ever-evolving technological world. Presentation Slides — PDF (2.2 MB)

  • #RDA: Innovation: Its Not Rocket Science (01-07-2016)

    #RDA: Innovation: It's Not Rocket Science (01-07-2016)

    01/07/2016 Duração: 41min

    Radio Days Africa — George Wright (Head of Internet Research and Future Services: BBC – United Kingdom) Heading up a team of innovative thinkers and tech trendsetters, George Wright talks about the process of innovation in the radio industry. George will share some thinking and examples of the work currently being carried out by the BBC.

  • #RDA16: The Panama Papers (01-07-2016)

    #RDA16: The Panama Papers (01-07-2016)

    01/07/2016 Duração: 36min

    Radio Days Africa — Yafa Fredrick (Managing Editor: World Policy Journal) The Panama Papers is an unprecedented investigation that reveals the off-shore links of some of the globe’s most prominent figures. A conglomerate of media partners has spent a year sifting through 11.5 million leaked files to expose the off-shore holdings of prominent figures. Yaffa Fredrick explores the leak’s biggest stories in a podcast series for Africa Investigates, an African Network for Centers of Investigative Reporting and World Policy Institute joint initiative.

  • Are We On The Same Frequency? By Lynn Mansfield (01/07/2016)

    Are We On The Same Frequency? By Lynn Mansfield (01/07/2016)

    01/07/2016 Duração: 29min

    Radio Days Africa — The DAB trials have been running in South Africa for more than a year. Lynn Mansfield and Roelf Petersen give an overview of the progress that has been made in the country. In this session, the new LG DAB handset will also be on display – a first in Africa.

  • #RDA16 #RadioWontFall Master Class Field Recording by Angie Kapelianis

    #RDA16 #RadioWontFall Master Class Field Recording by Angie Kapelianis

    30/06/2016 Duração: 54min

    Radio Days Africa — The traditional radio journalist is facing a changed work environment as technology connects broadcasters and audiences, and allows the transfer of information to happen immediately. The need to verify and to ensure balanced reporting is, however, still non-negotiable. Angie Kapelianis deals with the skills and environment of operating in the field in ensuring that the story gets told as quickly and accurately as possible. If this is your aim, this Master Class is for you.

  • #RDA16 #RadioWontFall The State of The Survey by Clare ONeil

    #RDA16 #RadioWontFall The State of The Survey by Clare O'Neil

    30/06/2016 Duração: 46min

    Radio Days Africa — Radio people who believe audience research are few and far between. The recently-launched Broadcast Research Council aims to provide accurate audience measuring for the South African radio industry. Clare O’Neil will present the future of audience research and the session will create insight for broadcasters and marketers interested in the future of radio research.

  • #RDA16: Changing Communities (30-06-2016)

    #RDA16: Changing Communities (30-06-2016)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 29min

    Radio Days Africa — Mathapelo Mofokeng (Programme Director: The Children’s Radio Foundation) Teaching children to better communicate and tell their stories empowers the youth within their communities. Mathapelo Mofokeng talks about how the Children’s Radio Foundation changes lives through story-telling.

  • #RDA16 #RadioWontFall CAR: Radio On The Rise Father by John Mangenou

    #RDA16 #RadioWontFall CAR: Radio On The Rise Father by John Mangenou

    30/06/2016 Duração: 38min

    Radio Days Africa — Being a very politically-charged and war-ravaged area, the CAR is a delicate environment for media practitioners. Father John Mangenou shares his experiences of the radio landscape in this territory and how radio can positively impact the lives of citizens and their journey to peace.

  • #RDA16: Master Class: Airchecking (30-06-2016)

    #RDA16: Master Class: Airchecking (30-06-2016)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 01h15min

    Radio Days Africa — Zane Derbyshire (Programme Manager: East Coast Radio) In this session we will walk through a series of tips and techniques to best coach and develop on-air teams and DJ’s. The concepts like building memorable moments, selling the music, using callers, using imaging and all-round great technique will also be discussed. This interactive session caters for both programmers and presenters as the process of creating powerful radio is a joint responsibility.

  • Will I Get Paid For That? Managing Volunteers.By Charita  Mike (30/06/2016)

    Will I Get Paid For That? Managing Volunteers.By Charita & Mike (30/06/2016)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 01h01min

    Radio Days Africa — Community radio relies heavily on the use of volunteer staff. The ability to balance an effective training schedule, good programming and time management is a major driver in managing volunteer staff. Both the Universities of Stellenbosch and The Witwatersrand run well-managed staff and volunteer-based radio stations. Charita van der Berg and Mike Smurthwaite share their secrets.

  • Master Class: Imaging By Natano Branche  Tumelo (30 June 2016)

    Master Class: Imaging By Natano Branche & Tumelo (30 June 2016)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 01h46min

    Radio Days Africa — Often described as the glue that keeps the sound of a radio station together, imaging and production form an essential part of any radio format. Xxx guides a very interactive session in radio imaging and shares ideas in creating the perfect sound for your station.

  • #RDA16 #RadioWontFall The African Diaspora by John Masuku  Liesbeth Meeuw

    #RDA16 #RadioWontFall The African Diaspora by John Masuku & Liesbeth Meeuw

    30/06/2016 Duração: 34min

    Radio Days Africa — This panel discussion examines catering for and delivering radio content to audiences far away from their home countries. The challenges of politics, finance and the distribution of content are among the topics that will be discussed. Successes of catering for the African Diaspora will be shared.

  • #RDA16: Activation Station (30-06-2016)

    #RDA16: Activation Station (30-06-2016)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 23min

    Radio Days Africa — Nick Efstathiou (General Manager: OFM) Programming and marketing departments in radio stations often meet in a common activation space. Nick Efstathiou details best practices in ensuring both client and radio station enjoy maximum benefit from an event. Having spent both time as a programming and marketing manager, Nick understands the challenge to ‘Think Big’ and to guarantee results for a paying client.

  • Tell Me A Story By Jonathan Groubert (30 June)

    Tell Me A Story By Jonathan Groubert (30 June)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 37min

    Radio Days Africa — If you want your audience to understand, learn and, above all, CARE about the news, you have to tell them a story. Using African examples, RNTC senior trainer, Jonathan Groubert, will show you how factual storytelling is the most powerful way to make your media matter.

  • #RDA16 #RadioWontFall #FeesMustFall by Lerato Mkate

    #RDA16 #RadioWontFall #FeesMustFall by Lerato Mkate

    30/06/2016 Duração: 33min

    Radio Days Africa — The 2015 #feesmustfall student uprising was widely reported in both local and international media. Being in the heart of the student body, campus radio had the unique ability to tap directly into on-campus events and students’ associated emotions. Charita van der Berg and Lerato Makate tell us how their stations tackled these historic events.

  • Planting The Seeds To Grow A Podcast By Tom Webster (30 June 2016)

    Planting The Seeds To Grow A Podcast By Tom Webster (30 June 2016)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 40min

    Radio Days Africa — The growth of online listening, particularly in the podcast space, has shown massive traction across the USA and Europe. Tom Webster explains how to develop podcasting audiences using pre-determined research methodologies.

  • #RDA16: Putting The Bang Back In The Buck (30-06-2016)

    #RDA16: Putting The Bang Back In The Buck (30-06-2016)

    30/06/2016 Duração: 51min

    Radio Days Africa — Gary Stroebel (CEO: Central Media Group) The 30-second radio spot has long proved to be a useful advertising tool. The changing media landscape and consumer behavioural trends have meant that radio has also had to adapt. Gary Stroebel talks about new revenue opportunities in a traditional space and shares insight into growing the bottom line.

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