This is everything, gang. The first post on this blog was 13/May, 2009. The sole purpose of the MusicONE blog is to dispense information, training and useful tips about the music scheduler. You can usually find an article or video with an answer to your question by typing a word or two into the Search field. But if you scan down the page, you may find some things M1 does that you didn't know about.
Sub-title: American Radio Tales (1946 -1996). I happened across this book on Amazon and have recommended it to many old-hands who remember many of the guys on the pages. Published in 2009 by radio veteran Bob Shannon, he book contains short profiles of the radio careers of 58 people who participated in the invention and
This linked article below isn’t about M1 or radio, per se. It was an interesting read for me. I post it because we are all of us navigating our way through society’s media mix as we look for ideas and connections that might help us attract more ears to our station. What happens to the
Almost every dime I ever made came to me either directly or indirectly from radio advertising. I’ve recorded thousands of ads and wrote the copy for at least a third of them all. For me, radio advertising has been a life-long topic of study. And it’s always been frustrating to know that the audio ad
In case you missed it in the radio trade papers, here’s a link to the new report. An AM signal at 1620 on the dial in Washington D. C. began playing a loop of traffic information on the day of Obama’s inauguration, January 21, 2013. The loop broadcast continuously for the next eight years until this
One of our long-time MusicONE users has a side-gig making Google and Alexa skills for radio stations. If your listeners can’t now say: “Alexa play (my station)”, the contact Steven Brown. His email is: email@example.com He set-up Alexa for my station this week. It is surprisingly pleasant to tell her to play my station and
Pat Holiday and I haven’t met but we ran in the same small circle of traveling radio program directors a few decades back. Radio journalist Sean Ross’s column recently mentioned that Pat has posted a YouTube series of tutorials, training sessions about the job of radio program director. I’ve watched the first two and, speaking