by Paulo Dias. Why is there no patience or willingness to work with newcomers to radio and give them a break?
by Paulo Dias. With more hyphenated titles appearing on email signatures than ever before, I thought it would be handy to start a guide of who the key people in a station are.
by Paulo Dias. Let’s look at the role radio plays in helping communities mobilise when it’s the only way of connecting devastated victims.
by Paulo Dias. Does anyone really still know what a radio station’s core product is?
by Paulo Dias. Mid-2017 is a good checkpoint to pause and see what is happening in radio internationally and examine what we may learn.
by Paulo Dias. On nights such as Saturday, 22 April 2017, you get to appreciate what this medium is about.
by Paulo Dias. When lineup changes include breakfast shows, it’s one of the riskiest and most-reluctant moves a station manager may make.
by Paulo Dias. And you won’t believe what happened next…
by Paulo Dias. It’s simple: radio works in South Africa when it’s real, shares our voice, doesn’t discriminate and doesn’t cost us anything.
by Paulo Dias. Here are some of the podcasts, both local and international, in no particular order, that should be first on your playlist.