Broadcasts can serve many different markets, from events, to opinions, to news. Each type of broadcast requires hard work and research, but each one also needs a different format. This is what can make or break a broadcasting channel because you need to live up to your audience’s expectations. If you were a sports broadcaster and half of your broadcast was filled with songs, your listeners would be confused and probably not tune in again. Local broadcasts also have special requirements as well. Continue reading →
Some people naturally possess a sense of humor and can keep us in stitches for hours. Others are so boring that we want to smash our heads until we have stitches. However, most of us are somewhere in between and we can always use a few tips on bringing humor to the important parts of our lives, including broadcasts.
People are constantly preparing for interviews, it is an unnatural process to go through for many people who are promoting work. They may have a blog they want to promote, a book, a brand or anything else that can make them more successful. However, it is rare that there is help for the person on the other side of the table. The interviewer. These 5 tips will greatly help an interviewer ask the right questions and make an interview smooth and informative. Continue reading →
One of the easiest ways to make a broadcast sound more professional and refined, is to add background music. This can create a feeling with the broadcast and carries listeners along with you, so that even if there is a little dead air, they don’t get lost. Background music also sets the mood for the broadcast, it can create and exciting atmosphere for explain running with the bulls in Spain, a relaxing broadcast for children’s bedtime stories, or any other situation you can think of. This seems like a simple subject but sometimes it is tricky to really get music and have it fit. We will cover how to obtain music, select it, and use it in a broadcast.
The number one goal of broadcasters is to find listeners, just as the goal for bloggers is to find readers. You can easily say that a large amount of listeners is the main mark of success for any broadcaster. As all good things, it is difficult. There is a lot of competition and listeners have such a huge assortment of broadcasts to choose from that you have to make yourself stand out and get the listeners tuning in to every broadcast. These steps will help you to find listeners and keep them. Continue reading →
Headphone Listening to a Croice Broadcast on Stations Around the World. Talk radio stations and webinars.
Everyone likes to have their voice heard, but in the past this was a luxury only a few lucky people had. For common folk lie us, the best thing we could do was yell at the T.V. or talk to ourselves in the shower about what “I should have said.” Luckily, we now have online broadcasting. Regular people can have their voice heard if they know how. We are going to look at how to get started and start generating listeners for very low costs. Continue reading →
Broadcasting online is an interesting trend for bloggers and people who simply want to share a message. Radio was almost a forgotten medium but it is making a comeback because with sites like Live365 and Croice, anyone can create a broadcast and cultivate a following that sets them apart from other bloggers. This new trend is great because we can see some interesting and creative ways people are using a vintage medium in a high tech world. However, just jumping online and talking won’t get people to listen to you, these 10 tips will help you to cultivate a following and keep it.