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Broadcast Dialogue is Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record. Published weekly via controlled email circulation and online, Broadcast Dialogue delivers the most comprehensive industry reader base in Canadian media.
55 Episodes
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we have highlights from this year's Western Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame inductions -- longtime QX104 Winnipeg personality Boyd Kozak and CHAT Medicine Hat sports director and voice of the WHL Medicine Hat Tigers Bob Ridley.
We've asked the question before on this podcast - what would radio look like if it were invented after the internet?A couple of new Canadian internet radio stations are exploring that - Maple Music Cafe - launched this past New Year's Eve by Toronto music industry veteran Joey Cee and - helmed by former Vancouver area station owner and host Allan Holender.
One of this year's Canadian Music Week panels brought together a cross-section of emerging broadcast talent to explore how to elevate young and diverse voices.CHUM-FM morning host Jamar McNeil, Kiss 104.9 Vancouver's Kevin Lim and Sonia Sidhu, Missy Knott from 95.7 ELMNT FM, Virgin Radio Toronto's Jax Irwin, and Flow 95.3 host Peter Kash came to share their stories of what it's like to be "the other" in what's a largely white, male-dominated industry.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we bring you highlights from that panel, moderated by Maureen Holloway, followed by special guest and broadcasting executive Denise Donlon, who is known for her leadership in hiring diverse talent, particularly at MuchMusic. Donlon says diverse hiring is not only morally right, it makes good business sense.
Numeris is set to start year-round measurement in all radio diary markets starting in August. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we bring you highlights from the Numeris Town Hall at the recent Western Association of Broadcasters' Conference, where those in attendance got to pose some hard questions to Numeris CEO Neil McEneaney; John Vavaroutsos, VP Member Services; and Courtney Heuvelmans, Member Services for Western Canada.
Media strategist Paul Jacobs addressed the 2019 Western Association of Broadcasters conference and his message to the room was pretty straightforward - not enough change is happening in Canadian broadcasting amidst the digital shift.
If you weren't at the recent 2019 Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Awards, among this year's Hall of Fame inductees were longtime CJAY92 Calgary morning man Gerry Forbes, coast to coast rock radio legend Brother Jake Edwards - who currently helms mornings at TSN 1040 Vancouver, and legendary CKOI-FM Montreal music director Guy Brouillard.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we've compiled some highlights from the evening and be will hear LANGUAGE NOT SUITABLE FOR ALL LISTENERS.
What's believed to be the largest gathering on record of Canadian campus and community radio stations is happening June 4-6 in Toronto.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast - Barry Rooke, president of the National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA), on community radio's ongoing evolution and how the NCRA is helping campus stations prepare for the impact of Ontario's Student Choice Initiative.
In the age of the data-driven economy, a lot of companies are finding themselves drowning in data and struggling with how to best leverage all of that information - particularly when it comes to advertising sales.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Mark Gorman, the CEO of Matrix Solutions. Matrix is a sales ecosystem for media companies and has developed a platform to help sales teams connect all of that disparate data.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast - we talk digital strategy for broadcast with Futuri Media's Zena Burns, SVP Strategic Marketing and Brand Development, and formerly part of the team that built the iHeartRadio brand. Burns lays claim to the title of radio's first digital program director, hired back in 2006 to lead content strategy for iHeart's NYC stations. We're also joined by Jim Tarantine, Engagement and Insights Consultant, who was previously with Nielsen for a decade.
Gender Representation on Country Format Radio, a new study from the University of Ottawa’s Dr. Jada Watson, and the first to examine Mediabase data, finds that women are getting less airplay than ever on country music radio. In 2000, women accounted for 33.3% of songs on year-end airplay reports, while last year they came in at 11.3%. In terms of spins, the ratio of men to women on country radio was 9.7 to 1.
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