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hivio is LIVE Thursday and Friday – WATCH for FREE

hivio, the audio future festival, is LIVE THURSDAY and FRIDAY! You can watch it for FREE! Radio, online radio, podcasting, agencies, social media, brands, talent, and voices from transmedia brands like TV Guide and TheBlaze and a special appearance by Marilu Henner. It's all happening at hivio. We're live on Thursday, from 1 - 5pm PT and Friday from 9am - 1pm PT. Join us as we take the stage at the legendary Hollywood Improv. Just click the image below and click "add to calendar" or watch us live in real time. There you can also see the full lineup and what time everything is … [Read more...]


Watch hivio 2014 – the Audio Future Festival – LIVE

On June 4, from 8:30 PT to 4:30 PT, hivio streams all day long! Here's the lineup so you can schedule your viewing (all times are PT and approximate): 8:30 - 9am - Mark Ramsey (@MarkRamseyMedia) 9 - 9:10am - Video from Gary Vaynerchuk (@GaryVee) 9:10 - 9:30am - Tracy Johnson, Tracy Johnson Media (@TracyJohnson) 9:30 - 10:00am - Jerry Rocco, 22Social (@JerryRocco) 10 - 10:30am - BREAK 10:30 - 11am - Ric Militi, InnoVision 11:00 - 11:30am - Craig Bruce, Southern Cross Austereo (@CB_Bruce) 11:30 - 12 Noon - Mark Middo, Growth Hacker (@MarkMiddo)  Noon - 1pm BREAK/LUNCH 1- … [Read more...]


Watch hivio 2014 LIVE – RSVP Here!

hivio is the audio future festival, and it streams LIVE from San Diego on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, beginning at 8:30 am PT New Ideas, Inspiration, and Compelling Q&A for Radio, Online Radio, Digital Audio, and Podcasting. Mark Ramsey talks LIVE with SiriusXM's Tim Sabean, InnoVision's Ric Militi, Southern Cross Austereo's Craig Bruce, Growth Hacker and Author Mark Middo, Former Pixar Story Artist Emma Coats, the Content Marketing Institute's Robert Rose, Pandora's Doug Sterne, YouTube phenomenon Andrea Russett, AGOGO Founder J.D. Heilprin, PodcastOne's Rob Greenlee, and a special … [Read more...]


Go Ahead – Kill Your Radio Stream

"Is it time to kill that clunky stream?" reads the headline in the Radio Ink piece.  It is an interview with the National Associate Director of SAG/AFTRA. First, the premise that a "clunky stream" is the norm, let alone the state of the art, is wrong. A clean stream is as close as some simple best practices available from the streaming provider of your choice.  A "clunky stream" is typically the result of station inattention, not technological insufficiency. Second, If you want to kill the stream, kill the stream and stop looking for rationalized excuses to do so. But be aware: Maybe … [Read more...]

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