Some key takeaways from an interview I did on CBC Ottawa Morning on how municipal election candidates used (and should use) digital.
He’s a friend, podcast co-host, he’s part of the PAB2010 team and his name is Bob. It makes it a bit confusing that his family name isn’t Goyetche. That’s why I call him “OtherBob”. Tomorrow morning Bob Ledrew and I will spar, laugh and answer questions about PAB2010 on Thursday Special Blend, the Thursday morning […]
It’s easy to see that specializing and streamlining is not the beacon of fortunes the media conglomerates have been counting on. Radio and television in particular have been gambling on homogenized content and centralized programming in an attempt to make their content work on the widest scale possible; all of this at the expense of […]
I happened to catch the first ten minutes of Jian Gomeshi’s interview of John Cleese (rhymes with ‘cheese’) on this morning’s edition of CBC Radio’s Q. The interview opened with Mr. Cleese pointing out how much more he enjoys radio interviews over television interviews noting that on radio, the interviewer and interviewee can follow each […]
The National Campus-Community Radio Conference is being hosted by CKUT in Montreal from June 7 through 13 and I’m pleased that I will be speaking in a session titled Campus/Community Radio, the Web and Media in the Digital Age at 12:00pm on Friday, June 12. If you are planning on being at the conference and […]
If the statistics are to be believed, the 18-24 demographic is a dying market for radio stations. This information can be spun and used in a variety of ways; and it has been by private radio which claims that the loss of that market segment means a loss in revenue and the beginning of the […]
I admit that I haven’t been blogging much lately. In fact, it’s been pointed out to me on a few occassions that my blog is collecting dust. My reasons for letting it slip are all good — I’ve been busy with client work. This has kept me busy at home and has resulted in the […]
One of CBC radio‘s best offerings, a weekly documentary on the history of marketing and public relations, is not in the fall 2008 schedule. That’s right… The Age of Persuasion will go back into remission, falling into the down curve of the on-again-off-again nature of the show as accepted by the program’s cult following. Fortunately, […]