New podcast series for ARN employees explores the art of radio


ARN has launched a new podcast series designed to enrich and educate its employees by offering an in-depth exploration of radio.

This in-house resource is the latest initiative from ARN’s The Science and Art of Radio project, the largest internal content training and coaching program the network has ever undertaken.

Now available to all ARN employees, The Science and Art of Radio Podcast Series covers a wide range of topics, including industry news, music fundamentals, show production, talent management, digital content creation and the role of a content director.

The series also features insights from seasoned professionals within the network.

ARN Chief Content Officer Duncan Campbell (pictured above) says “Reflecting on my early days as a junior content director, I had abundant opportunities to learn and grow – opportunities that aren’t as prevalent today.”

“I’m passionate about ensuring our industry nurtures the next generation of leaders because, without them, we won’t have an industry.”

Launched last year, the project features various streams such as Adopt a Show, which pairs key regional breakfast shows with senior content directors from metropolitan markets for mentorship, and Breakfast Basics, a regular call with regional breakfast shows in smaller, non-competitive markets.

ARN will introduce Adopt a CD later this year.

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28 May 2024 - 12:08 pm

How *honest* will it be?

28 May 2024 - 5:10 pm

This looks really cool. Like super cool. Maybe too cool?

28 May 2024 - 11:32 pm

Great idea. Bout time for some new leaders. We can all learn alot from DV and how he has always had great relationships with others.

29 May 2024 - 6:56 am

How to poach talent ?

29 May 2024 - 6:57 am

CB nearly as cool as you.

29 May 2024 - 7:57 am

More hype and spin yet another smokescreen.

Can't Wait
29 May 2024 - 3:27 pm

I’d love to learn how to never tell staff anything and instead let them find out on radio today.
Ironically, just like this


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