Tag: star wars

04/20

What Radio Can Learn from Star Wars VII

Last week the Internet melted. And if you're a Star Wars fan, you know the precise moment: When the latest teaser trailer for the newest chapter in the long-running Star Wars saga was unleashed online. You've probably seen it by now. It has been watched more than 40 million times, so I'm assuming at least one of those viewings was yours. So I thought, what can radio broadcasters learn from the pandemonium surrounding this second in a series of promotional trailers for a movie which promises to stop both space and time when it finally opens in a cineplex near you in … [Read more...]

11/19

What’s Wrong With Radio Contests…

Are you doing contests all wrong? Why yes, I think so. Seth Godin makes a point about the wrong questions to ask before crowdfunding, but they also turn out to be the wrong questions to ask before we expect anything from an audience. He writes: A friend explained to me all the reasons for her upcoming Kickstarter campaign. The machine she wanted to buy was sorely needed, it would increase her productivity and also make her day significantly easier--it made perfect business sense. These are all great reasons to borrow money from a bank or a professional investor. They aren't good … [Read more...]

06/23

The Future of Your Radio Brand – Mark Ramsey @hivio 2014

Podcasting, online radio, terrestrial radio, satellite radio....Do you think that all these audio silos have little in common? That podcasting is different from radio is different from online radio and Pandora, etc? You're wrong. Do you think that ever-increasing choices in a world offering everybody their own personal customized experience means the end of "hits," and - by association - the end of radio? No, in fact the more choices you have, the more important "hits" become. But be forewarned, "hits" are about more than music. In fact, the importance of "hits" reflects the … [Read more...]

06/05

Images of hivio 2014 – the Audio Future Festival

I wanted to create an event that attracted a bevy of thoughtful future-oriented doers in the audio space, one that offered new ideas, inspiration, and compelling Q&A for radio, online radio, digital audio, and podcasting (I'm only pretending those are separate categories, of course). I also wanted to create an event that folks would be proud to attend not only because of the information and the networking, but also because it was just plain fun. Here are some images from hivio 2014: Tech galore - we're streaming live here: Craig Bruce, Southern Cross Austereo's Head of … [Read more...]

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