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Podcast #23: How Do You Do That on Instagram?

Social media is something broadcasters and podcasters are advised to embrace, but why? And what the heck is a radio station supposed to do on Instagram? Station builder and social media maven Jeffory Simmons is here to help. He’s been advising community radio and small businesses on how to best use social media, and he […]

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With 241 million users radio kicks Facebook and Twitter ass

Twitter has 49 million users every month in the US. Facebook has 198 million. There are about 6 million US Spotify users. What about terrestrial broadcast radio, that old-school, supposedly dying analog medium? Radio has 241.8 million listeners per week, not just per month. Take that, Silicon Valley. Those numbers are according to Nielsen’s December […]

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Twit radio: a Twitter logo bird with headphones.

Do your tweets talk to your website? A college/community radio social networking checklist

I am slowly but surely adding college and community radio Facebook pages around the world to our Radio Survivor Facebook “like” list. Ditto for Twitter accounts—they’re getting added to our “stations we follow” list. In the course of this pleasant but laborious work, I have observed a few sites that could use some updating. Here are […]

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Free Advice

On the day after New Year’s: free advice for radio

Happy New Year Radio Survivor readers. Good luck in writing your first check with “2013” instead of “2012.” Advice columns for radio are showing up on my RSS reader, and I thought I’d share some of the wisdom. Edison Research has a fun post titled “Radio’s Bad Ideas That Won’t Die.” Here’s the entry on […]

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What did Facebook tell the Voice of America?

Truly wish I’d been there for the Broadcasting Board of Governors’s Commission on Innovation gathering held in Washington D.C. on February 10. The BBG oversees most United States broadcasting services, including the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe, and Radio Free Liberty. The subject of the event: “how U.S. international broadcasting can add renewed luster […]

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