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Afrikaanse mense hou nie waarvan jy dink hulle hou nie

August 8, 2015

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‘n Verkorte weergawe van hierdie artikel het verskyn in die Media24-koerant Rapport van Sondag, 2 Augustus 2015. Lees nou die volledige, ongeredigeerde weergawe.


Flip Buys skryf onlangs ‘n meningstuk oor Afrikaanse radio.

Dit val saam met die “herbekendstelling” van die ou Radio Pretoria as ‘n moderne en baie meer luisterbare formaat met ‘n aangepaste naam: Pretoria FM.

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Conversations with my TV – How will the Fourth Estate survive the Social Spring? (Part 2)

March 31, 2013

media09In Part 2: How your bad competitor can keep you from greatness;  how social media forever changed the way people consume content;  radio and TV redefined as ‘custodians of context’ and ideas for innovation in audience capturing.

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Conversations with my TV – How will the Fourth Estate survive the Social Spring? (Part 1)

March 31, 2013

ImageIn Part 1 of “Conversations with my TV” we will explore the state of mind of a good journalist; how transmission of radio waves created enormous potential for good and evil and how good can come out of evil.

If you do not know your sound bite from your Q&A, your angle from your embargo, or your in-cue from your out-cue, you will probably struggle to fit into the world of ENG.Read the rest of this entry »

Towards Radio 2.0 – published in The Media, 2009

March 31, 2013

Image This article was written on behalf of Jacaranda FM and aimed at the advertising trade and media industry.

The first decade of the 21st century is all but over, and in another 10 years from now broadcast radio as a publicly targeted medium will be roughly 100 years old. And they say the end is near. Read the rest of this entry »

Bilingual broadcasting that works! – published on BizCommunity in 2009

March 30, 2013

This article was written on behalf of Jacaranda FM and aimed at the advertising trade and media industry.

Family life, the outdoors and an innate ability to enjoy themselves coupled with an undying loyalty to South Africa and commitment towards making this country work.

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