Wednesday, February 08, 2023
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Q It Up: Who Were Your Mentors? - Part 1
Q It Up: Who Were Your Mentors? - Part 2
Q It Up: How did the radio production bug bite you? - Part 1
Q It Up: How Did the Radio Production Bug Bite You? - Part 2
Q It Up: Checking In on the Switch to Digital
Q It Up: How Do You Make Your Commercial Copy “Creative”?
Q It Up: Working with Inexperienced Voice Talent - Part 1
Q It Up: Working with Inexperienced Voice Talent - Part 2
Q It Up: Where do you go for ideas when looking to explore new sonic territory?
Q It Up: What's the first thing you tell an intern who wants to do what you do?
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Report: Radio Digital Revenue Edges Closer to $2 Billion
A Station With No Name
Audio-Technica Releases New Pop Filter for Its 20 Series Microphones
Details announced for Student Radio Conference 2023 in Exeter
Test Drive: Vegas Video 3.0 from Sonic Foundry
August 01, 2002
by Steve Cunningham Why would anyone involved in radio production ever consider using a software editor with the word “Video” in its name? If the product is from Sonic Foundry, purveyors of the industry-standard Sound Forge...
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