Week 7 (26/3): There’s a Day for That

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At their best, radio shows inform, entertain, and delight.

If you want to be in radio, develop your natural curiosity and make a point of knowing a little about a lot. Get to know your audience, tailor and hone the content so that it’s relevant to those that you’re streaming or broadcasting to. Be you, not some altered version of yourself and add 10% to enhance delivery and give you cut-through.

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Week 6 (18/3): Working remotely in the media (and let’s make another show!)

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Working remotely in media

Media makers have successfully worked remotely for 20+ years.

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Week 5 (11/3): Going live TODAY!!!

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Special guest, Brian Newington

Some helpful advice to assist with getting the balance right when it comes to tech usage:

Digital detox

Digital detox refers to a period of time when a person voluntarily refrains from using digital devices such as smartphones, computers, and social media platforms. This form of detoxification has gained popularity, as individuals have increased their time spent on digital devices and the Internet.

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Week 2 (19/2): Audience: who are they, what do they do, where do they listen?



Familiarise yourself: Get to know the workings of Commercial Radio Australia’s site; it’s a useful resource

A brief history of radio:

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