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People can disclose what is in their hearts and minds: Myanmar Communications Minister at #AsiaMediaSummit2019

Thursday 13 June, 2019

 

At the Asia Media Summit, a range of ministers and department heads spoke about the progress of their countries in adapting to the evolution of media and the introduction of smartphones and social media.

The most forthright was the Myanmar Information Minister Pe Myint.

He said the country has progressed a long way from its previous practices of restrictive media regulations, but says his government wants to understand and adapt to digital media to bring further benefits to its citizens.

 

Working with new media platforms can help broadcasters monetise new audiences #AsiaMediaSummit2019

Thursday 13 June, 2019

 

In a session hosted by Poonam Sharma from Media Guru at AMS2019, a mixed panel of broadcasters and new media companies discussed ideas for monetisation in the digital media environment.

Google’s APAC sales head Parvathi Menon told delegates that traditional broadcasters and new media companies such as Google can work together to give their advertisers a range of options, which mix traditional advertising approaches with lower cost targeted online advertising.

Cambodian Prime Minister opens #AsiaMediaSummit2019

Wednesday 12 June, 2019

 

Opening the 2019 Asia Media Summit in Siem Reap, the Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen talked about the changes being faced by traditional media as it evolves to the digital and social media era, which he described as the Industrial Revolution 4.0.

“Sharing information on digital technologies can help us fight fake news and cyber crime. These are posing risks to security in the region and the world…

“The Industrial Revolution 4.0 has both benefits and downsides

Creative success stories from #AsiaMediaSummit2019

Tuesday 11 June, 2019

 

In a workshop session on creative content at the Asia Media Summit in Cambodia today, a range of broadcasters gave snapshots of how media is changing in their countries.

Norway, 1 year on and lessons learnt post DAB+ #NABShow

Monday 08 April, 2019

A year after Norway switched over th DAB+, the NAB Conference looks at the results.

While Norway suffered an initial 15% loss in radio listenership, it has almost fully recovered to pre DAB+ levels, but what demographics were more affected and who adapted the best? The answer may surprise you

If they had their time again, would they do it the same way?

AsiaRadioToday's Wayne Stamm spoke to Ole Jorgen Torvmark, CEO Norsk Radio AS about lessons learnt in the first year.

Alexa increased our online listening by 7 times… but she is a trojan horse #RadioAsia

Sunday 15 July, 2018
Austrian CHR station KroneHit gained a seven fold increase in online listening when Alexa was introduced to the Austrian market, according to Programmer Rudiger Landgraf.

He tells Steve Ahern what he has learnt about smart speakers.

Pitching ideas, managing chaos and inspiring talent: Masterclasses at #RDE18

Monday 19 March, 2018

Three specialist masterclasses at RadioDays Europe today delivered hints about people management, technological responsiveness and pitching program ideas.
 
The hints go beyond their immediate applications and offer good ideas that can be applied in a range of areas.
 
Trust is a big factor when coaching talent, advised Travis Kemp (pictured below), a psychologist from Australia.
 

Video increasingly important for radio broadcasters: Chris Dredge

Friday 10 November, 2017
At this year's Community Broadcasting Conference in Australia, exhibitor Pacific Live Media brought along a Tricaster video switcher as well as its usual range of radio equipment.

Why video at a radio conference?

Because vision is becoming increasingly important for radio broadcasters in this multiplatform world, according to Chris Dredge.

Along with the video switcher, Pacific Live Media was also displaying Klotz radio desks and digital radio equipment.

Shine a bright light on false news, provide information people can trust: NHK's Ryoichi Ueda

Monday 25 September, 2017

 

Japan’s national broadcaster is currently preparing its next strategic plan. As part of the forward looking planning process, NHK is facing “fundamental questions” about the role of a public broadcaster in the modern era of broadcasting.

Next Radio conference - watch the whole thing

Sunday 24 September, 2017

Radio Tomorrow with James Cridland

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