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The Future of Radio

In 2006, I wrote an article which was published the following year on AssociatedContent.com (now defunct), entitled “To Pay For Free TV”. At the time, feedback I received indicated a majority of my readers didn’t see the prediction I asserted as likely to happen. 1,037 more words

What A World!

Making Music For Radio: What musicians/artists should know

If trends is anything to go by, Ugandan musicians whether Gospel or secular need to focus just a bit more on their social media. An article I read in… 497 more words

News And Views

Milestone in Journalism Presentation - Reflection

Presenting to your peers is always nerve wracking, whether you are used to presenting or not.  I’m very fortunate that talking is something I find straight-forward, whether face to face, or via the medium of radio. 136 more words


Contradiction in Terms.

Here’s what commercial radio can learn from Monty Python.

In “The Argument Sketch”, Michael Palin walks into an office and says to John Cleese, “Is this the right room for an argument?”. 258 more words


final version—and i only wrote this in an attempt to describe the feelings that entered my body while i was in a store today. the radio in the store was tuned to some godawful fm station blasting christmas music: 251 more words

No smoke without Koeberg

Last week I saw Cape Town die. A vast column of smoke was rising on the other side of the bay, an impossibly high V climbing into the sky. 793 more words




96.2 The Revolution is a local independent commercial radio station broadcasting across the Oldham, Rochdale, Manchester and Tameside areas of Greater Manchester. It got its name from Oldham’s industrial heritage during the Industrial revolution hence the name ‘Revolution 96.2’. 923 more words

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