Radio Today is nearly a fortnight old and we have published about 100 articles, and had 179 comments from you already. Awesome. And there is plenty more to come.
In the coming week we will have the following content:
- Eriks Celmins will write about why it is unhealthy for programmers to obsess over numbers.
- David Borean will give us his perspective on selling radio in 2012.
- 2Day FM Content Director, Derek Bargwanna, answers 10 Questions.
- Dan Bradley talks about why the radio and the music industry are playing the Australian content debate poorly.
- Daryl Missen interviews Phil Webster from Risk Sound on creative production.
And that's just for starters. We'll also have all the latest news, moves and job opportunities.
But here's where you come in.
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