In this session, we’ll discuss dynamic breaks and how programming, operations and on-air hosts can work as a team to make the most of each moment of airtime.
In this session, the noncomMUSIC Alliance will convene some experts to discuss how you can stay on the right side of music rights with your virtual events.
In this webinar, we have an honest conversation about diversity and inclusion in leadership with Ronnie Agnew of Mississippi Public Broadcasting and Deanna Mackey, Executive Director of the Public Television Major Market Group and founder of Public Media Women in Leadership.
Part II of Building Reslience's webinar "The Imperative of Inclusion" feautures guests Matt Martinez, Chief Content Officer at KNKX in Seattle/Tacoma and Bill Johnson, General Manager at WRTI in Philadephia who share their own experiences and talk about how their stations are addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We’ve all been closely monitoring audience metrics since the pandemic started. How are public radio music stations doing during this extraordinary time? Join PRPD President Abby Goldstein and RRC Client Services Manager Dave Sullivan for a look at recent audience trends for Classical, Triple A, Jazz and Urban Alternative stations.
The latest installment in the Building Resilience webinar series was on The Imperative of Inclusion. PMJA’s Terry Gildea talked with Jordan Lee of Radio Milwaukee and Ju-Don Marshall of WFAE in Charlotte, North Carolina about how their two stations are working to improve culture and welcome new voices and new perspectives - in their organizations and their communities.
As part of our Building Resilience webinar series, in partnership with PMJA, Greater Public, Current and the Wyncote Foundation, this session focused on the Resilience of Revenue and DeLinda Mworka of KQED and Luke Dennis of WYSO, hosted by Greater Public's Joyce MacDonald.
Analysis of audience data for the early weeks of COVID-19
As a programmer and content manager, its your job to to understand your audience and to serve them in ways they will value the most. Under normal circumstances, you know your audience very well. But what about now, when the majority of them are working from home and living their lives in isolation? Your audience data and digital metrics tell part of the story and your engagement efforts add detail. But the picture comes to life when you ask your audience how they're feeling and what they're thinking.
Smaller public media stations face unique challenges from things like limited staff, limited finances and lack of technical resources during this COVID-19 crisis.