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Not sure if anhyones noticed but ive been listening to some popular shows on radio like BBC Radio 1 in London and Nova100 in Melbourne. The trend is that the presenters always get the rest of the staff (producers, receptionists and whoever else passes by the studio) on radio. I always hear producers and the silent panel operators being featured on the show sometimes.

 

What other trends are in radio? :)

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I think thats already an "old" way of making radio .. and if its back at the UK and Aussia it can only bring more joy to listeners.

The trend is that the presenters always get the rest of the staff on radio

The fact is that to Belgian stations, eather local or National, all stations are very similar to eachother, this has nothing to do with the music who's played .. but into the way they are making in general "today" radio.

Notice .. I'm not a fan of that type of radio .. I prefere also some input of the cast .. however not that much .. to much talk from one to another can give to the listener a not enjoyable and sometimes disturbing mood

A Belgian station who's making radio that way is Q-Music, a poppy and flashy format .. however not all hosts have voices who are known as typical radiovoices.

A real change isn't for Today or the near future .. Belgian radio is the "flat" way of making radio

Maybe some of them have to join this forum to learn to know what real radio stands for :)

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I think local, community and internet stations are on the increase in terms of popularity. Chiefly due to the fact that they do not have to play chart music only. They also have a greater sense of connection with the community and subsequently the listeners. This cultural connection is something that is being lost in commerical radio. It's very exciting actually.
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You're right!

 

At least one of the morning shows in my area does that. My boss puts on a local pop station all day long and in the mornings they have a morning show where they always call in other station staff and they get involved with arguments and surveys and start conversation. I personally don't like it on the show I hear it on, I think it can be annoying at times. They all try to say something at once and they all try ot be funny and the conversation starters. But at other times it can spice up the show from the boring old hosts. Depends what show and station.

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I think local, community and internet stations are on the increase in terms of popularity. Chiefly due to the fact that they do not have to play chart music only. They also have a greater sense of connection with the community and subsequently the listeners. This cultural connection is something that is being lost in commerical radio. It's very exciting actually.

 

I agree with all of this Jord, also the exciting thing is internet radio is now listened to more in cars. the only draw back with internet radio is the amount of choice for listeners regarding stations, so you have to stay ahead of the game every minute of the day and keep an eye on the ball.

Harry.

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