#radiowontfall (29 June to 1 July 2016)

RADIO DAYS AFRICA  |  Event , ±39 min episodes total time 26 hr 13 min  | 
Despite being under pressure from a variety of media offerings, radio continues to thrive. Prof Franz Kruger chats to Helen Boaden, Daryl Ilbury and Leslie Ntloko about the state of radio in South Africa, the continent and across the world. #radiowontfall will look at trends in innovation and technology, as well as the relationship between audiences and radio brands in a changing landscape.

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Tell Me A Story By Jonathan Groubert (30 June)

If you want your audience to understand, learn and, above all, CARE about the news, you have to tell them a story. Using African examples, RNTC senior trainer, Jonathan Groubert, will show you how factual storytelling is the most powerful way to make your media matter.
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#RDA16: Master Class: Airchecking (30-06-2016)

Zane Derbyshire (Programme Manager: East Coast Radio)
In this session we will walk through a series of tips and techniques to best coach and develop on-air teams and DJ’s. The concepts like building memorable moments, selling the music, using callers, using imaging and all-round great technique will also be discussed. This interactive session caters for both programmers and presenters as the process of creating powerful radio is a joint responsibility.
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Will I Get Paid For That? Managing Volunteers.By Charita & Mike (30/06/2016)

Community radio relies heavily on the use of volunteer staff. The ability to balance an effective training schedule, good programming and time management is a major driver in managing volunteer staff. Both the Universities of Stellenbosch and The Witwatersrand run well-managed staff and volunteer-based radio stations. Charita van der Berg and Mike Smurthwaite share their secrets.
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#RDA16: Changing Communities (30-06-2016)

Mathapelo Mofokeng (Programme Director: The Children’s Radio Foundation)
Teaching children to better communicate and tell their stories empowers the youth within their communities. Mathapelo Mofokeng talks about how the Children’s Radio Foundation changes lives through story-telling.
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#RDA16 #RadioWontFall The State of The Survey by Clare O'Neil

Radio people who believe audience research are few and far between. The recently-launched Broadcast Research Council aims to provide accurate audience measuring for the South African radio industry. Clare O’Neil will present the future of audience research and the session will create insight for broadcasters and marketers interested in the future of radio research.
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#RDA16 #RadioWontFall Master Class Field Recording by Angie Kapelianis

The traditional radio journalist is facing a changed work environment as technology connects broadcasters and audiences, and allows the transfer of information to happen immediately. The need to verify and to ensure balanced reporting is, however, still non-negotiable. Angie Kapelianis deals with the skills and environment of operating in the field in ensuring that the story gets told as quickly and accurately as possible. If this is your aim, this Master Class is for you.
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#RDA16: The Panama Papers (01-07-2016)

Yafa Fredrick (Managing Editor: World Policy Journal)
The Panama Papers is an unprecedented investigation that reveals the off-shore links of some of the globe’s most prominent figures. A conglomerate of media partners has spent a year sifting through 11.5 million leaked files to expose the off-shore holdings of prominent figures. Yaffa Fredrick explores the leak’s biggest stories in a podcast series for Africa Investigates, an African Network for Centers of Investigative Reporting and World Policy Institute joint initiative.
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#RDA: Innovation: It's Not Rocket Science (01-07-2016)

George Wright (Head of Internet Research and Future Services: BBC – United Kingdom)
Heading up a team of innovative thinkers and tech trendsetters, George Wright talks about the process of innovation in the radio industry. George will share some thinking and examples of the work currently being carried out by the BBC.

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