Archive for October, 2007
Some of the things on YouTube you just have to share. Excellent Gopher work, Phillip.
Doing a ‘live demo’ always seems good when you’re planning something. I remember once thinking it would be a great idea to demo the shift to digital quality at a radio presentation at Norwich football club when we were bidding for the Norfolk DAB licence. I’d asked the engineers to beam a copy of the [...]
The UK radio industry is dominated by four groups – the BBC, GCap, EMAP and Global Radio. They’ve got the highest distribution of scarce spectrum and (for the commercial ones) a hold on most of the ad revenue. They also have, I suppose quite naturally, a disproportionate influence on government, regulators etc as they make [...]
For the last few years i’ve had a hand in judging the Student Radio Awards and i’ve just judged the first round of one of this year’s categories. Student Radio’s very important to me, it’s the reason I managed to get my foot in the door and I always try and help it if I [...]
News is breaking that many HD radio stations in the US are installing special technology that links the song being played with the iTunes store so you can buy what you hear. There are some who think that its giving a little too much away to Apple who are already, if you haven’t noticed, a [...]