Archive for May, 2007
Bill and Steve had a joint interview at the WSJ’s D conference. I’m sure what they had to say was very interesting, but it’s much more fun to watch the clips of the gags and digs…
Apologies, bit of a cross-post, this one, but i’ve just written up my visit to BBC Radio Manchester over on Authentic Buzz, if you’re interested.
I want one.
From annanova.com via radio.about.com: “An artist is launching a protest against the Royal Family – by eating a corgi. Mark McGowan, 37, will eat one of the Queen’s favourite breed of dog on a live radio show…in protest at the Royals’ treatment of animals…The corgi, which died at a breeding farm last week, will be [...]
By now all PCs will have their stock phrases ready to go to explain away a good book or a bad book. Some interesting changes across the board, especially in London. The measure everyone looks at is share – that’s the percentage of total hours your station has when compared to the rest of the [...]
One of the things I did at GCap was bid for new FM licences. It’s a very annoying job as you spend lots of time (and money) putting forward a case to why you should win. At the same time ten to twenty other people do the same thing. What’s slightly aggravating is that everyone’s [...]