Steve Ahern

Radiodays Asia next month: your special discount code

Thursday 04 July, 2019

If you are reading this you are eligible for a USD$100 discount to Radiodays Asia.

How to train your smart speaker

Wednesday 29 May, 2019


Analysis from Steve Ahern

#WorldRadioDay: Second edition of The Radio Festival in Delhi

Wednesday 13 February, 2019

The second edition of The Radio Festival (TRF) is being held in Delhi, India, to mark World Radio Day on February 13

The event is being hosted by UNESCO in partnership with Seeking Modern Applications for Real Transformation (SMART), a not-for-profit.

It aims to celebrate sound by breaking demarcation between public, private and community radio and bring them under a single platform to celebrate sound and audio broadcasting.  

This year the festival’s theme is Leaving No One Behind, one of UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Letter From Delhi for #WorldRadioDay

Tuesday 12 February, 2019

This World Radio Day, Steve Ahern is in Delhi, India.

Social Media: A new mantra for public broadcasting

Friday 08 February, 2019
Internet and social media have transformed the media broadcast scene across the globe.

A 5 day workshop was conducted by Prasar Bharati at its national training academy NABM this week in Delhi to impart information on social media usage across all platforms to India's national broadcaster.

Apple Watch upgrade increases podcast listening

Thursday 07 February, 2019

Steve Ahern examines emerging Apple Watch listening trends

Radioinfo joins the Australian Press Council

Thursday 10 January, 2019

AsiaRadioToday's sister publication radioinfo has been accepted into Australia's prestigious national Press Council.

Big data is not enough, use it with traditional research methods #RadioAsia

Wednesday 11 July, 2018
In a session on audience research, moderated by Paul Amos, five experts discussed the latest trends in audience research at the Radio Asia conference.

Alexander Yemelyanov from Kantar TNS Central Asia gave an overview explaining that three techniques are used to measure radio audiences in Kazakhstan: listening diaries, day-after-recall, and increasingly, passive measurement by portable meters – which use a watermark embedded in the audio, and picked up by the meters wherever the listener may be.

Podcasts can be brand extensions for your on air talent

Friday 29 June, 2018

Broadcast Asia’s radio stream tackles music streaming, podcasting and video streaming.

An 'appalling' range of research: Wayne Clouten

Thursday 17 May, 2018

Following Steve Ahern's recent article on wrong interpretations of radio listening, Wayne Clouten (pictured) from research company BPR weighs into the discussion on survey methodology.

He writes:


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