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Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
Is This Anything?

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 7:20


Hammer rips Producer TKW for wearing a Titans t-shirt in the Emmis suite at the Colts game. Listen to an Amazon driver break into song with a warning that emergency vehicles might not be able to find this family's house, because there's no visible address. A stray cat got into Hard Rock Stadium during the Miami Hurricanes football game and fell from the upper deck. Is This Anything? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
Philip Rivers retires - who do Colts turn to now? Bob Richards leaves Emmis Indy! Pacers tonight! Inside Indiana Sports NOW!

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 15:29


Philip Rivers retires after playing well, but not well enough. Who's next for the Colts? Stafford? Draft THE guy? Brissett? Eason? Emmis Indianapolis market manager Bob Richards leaving March 1st - to be succeeded by Taja Graham. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
SNBS - Scott Agness joins to talk Pacers, Vic, and Last Dance; Daly sues Lamey, Big Joe, and Emmis

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 10:15


Scott Agness from The Athletic joins to talk about when the NBA will return, whether Victor Oladipo will be healthier because of the layoff, and how the Pacers super fan from The Last Dance responded to seeing herself in The Last Dance. Derek Daly files a civil suit against Bob Lamey, Joe Staysniak, and Emmis Communications - and I don't like it! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

Name Brands Podcast
Name Brands: Jeff Smulyan – CEO and Founder of Emmis Communications Corporation

Name Brands Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2020 33:04


Jeff Smulyan joins Roger and Larry in studio. A one-time owner of The Seattle Mariners baseball team, Jeff is Chairman, CEO and Founder of Emmis, Communications Corporation, an Indianapolis–based diversified media company with operations in three U.S. markets. Jeff discusses the challenges in staying fresh and connected with a radio audience to ensure listener loyalty.  In today’s fragmented consumer environment, how does one determine where to best spend their TV and radio ad dollars to create brand awareness? What is the best way to reach those consumers who’s interests align with that of our product or service and what does the future of content development look like?

Yhdessä
Jakso 10. Kaverit, parisuhde ja pikkulapsiarki (vieraana ystävät)

Yhdessä

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2019 29:38


1. kauden viimeisessä jaksossa vieraana meidän ystävät Emmis ja Aku. Jutellaan teinimuistoista, siitä miten ollaan tutustuttu ystävien kanssa, miten ystävyys on muuttunut lasten myötä ja miltä tuntuu kun somessa esillä olevien ystävien asioita riepotellaan netissä.

WorldWide Legend Podcasts
All Things Radio Live 492 for June 13 2019. O.J. Simpson bronco chase.

WorldWide Legend Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2019 88:15


Allthings Radio Live where we discuss all things radio and take your live calls.   ESPN discontinues ESPN Deportes, Emmis cells its interest in its radio stations in Austin Texas, Beasley purchases radio station WDMK FM in Detroit Michigan. We let you know what's happening on the street, provide some cord cutting news, and begin our look at the Neilson May Personal People Ratings. Featured Station Segment Koli FM with their Outlaw Texas Country format.http://www.949theoutlaw.com/  

James Cridland - radio futurologist
Let’s stop deluding ourselves about the FM chip in phones

James Cridland - radio futurologist

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2019 3:21


In Canada recently, I heard a little bit of history - or, so it seemed to me. Radio executives were openly banging the drum for FM chips in phones: an argument I thought was long since dead. You can understand why this discussion is still live in Canada. Some research I did about mobile phone data costs (https://podnews.net/article/mobile-data-worldwide) seems to point to Canada being exceptionally expensive for mobile data. In comparison to Australia (roughly the same population and land mass), Canadians pay almost FIVE TIMES MORE for a monthly plan that gives a THIRD LESS DATA. (I put this in capital letters because it still surprises me). Perhaps Canadian radio broadcasters sense an opportunity if FM chips are enabled. I’m not sure there is one, to be honest. As devices, mobile phones already significantly underperform when it comes to live, linear radio (whether streamed or delivered via FM). Research of UK radio listeners, on page 10 of this PDF (https://www.rajar.co.uk/docs/news/MIDAS_Winter_2018_final.pdf) , appears to show live radio accounting for less than 20% of all audio consumed on a phone. The most interactive device that we own, always within arm’s reach, is not the most ideal device for listening to an unpersonalised live stream, it would seem. It’s also not a great user experience. There are no logos and virtually no metadata when listening to FM radio (and in Canada, like the US and Australia, even RDS signals are exotic in many markets). The very action of tuning into a radio station requires the listener to remember a random number for no reason other than a historical anachronism. The company that got closest to fixing the user experience on mobile, Emmis's NextRadio, wasn't supported by other parts of the North American radio industry, and regrettably has joined Nokia's Visual Radio in the waste bin of good ideas. “But radio is most important in times of emergency”, claim the radio companies. But in reality, if an emergency, or a big news story, happens in the evenings or weekends, recent evidence suggests radio won’t cover it anyway (https://m.sandiegoreader.com/news/2019/may/14/ticker-san-diego-radios-pre-recorded-weekends/) . SMS and app alerts are much more effective at communicating immediate peril, like weather events or fire. If radio had a part to play here once, it doesn’t any more. (The aftermath from emergency, as a community starts putting things together? That’s a very different thing, where radio excels.) In any case, the technology is against it. The antenna used for FM or DAB+ reception in a mobile phone is the headphone cable: but that’s something that doesn’t exist in Apple or high-end Google phones, which use Bluetooth. Bluetooth headphones are a challenge with electronic measurement, too. And the strong AM stations that exist in Canadian metro areas? There’s only ever been one mobile phone with AM built-in, and the reason you don’t know about it is that it was fifteen years ago, and it was rubbish. There’s plenty of evidence that Canadian listeners use streaming rather less than their neighbours in the US. The Canadian radio companies could lean on the CRTC to more effectively regulate the price of mobile data from the cellular networks. But they won’t, because the Canadian radio companies ARE the cellular networks. Indeed, the cellular networks are the folks calling the shots in terms of whether FM chips are enabled or not. If the Canadian cellular networks aren’t pressuring the likes of Google and Apple for FM chips to be enabled - and let me remind you again, they own the FM radio networks - that points to a bigger issue. Let’s use our energy and focus on delighting our audience, not trying to capture a magic unicorn that offers, at best, dubious benefit. Support the show. (https://www.patreon.com/radiofuturologist) This podcast uses the following third-party services

Query & Schultz Podcast
Hour 3 2-19-19

Query & Schultz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2019 25:14


Some parting thoughts on IU-Purdue's tilt tonight, the Antonio Brown situation, and Query tells an old Emmis story.

The Dr. Vibe Show
THE DR. VIBE SHOW - DAVE VAN DYKE - PODCASTING BEST PRACTICES - THE STUDY - MAY 20 - 2017

The Dr. Vibe Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2017 27:44


“Time spent listening to podcasts has been decreasing as the number of podcasts listened to in a typical month increases. This is a key finding according to the ad agency buyers interviewed by Bridge Ratings.” ave Van Dyke, President Bridge Ratings More and more people are starting and listening to podcasts. But what are the listening habits of people who listen to podcasts? Dave Van Dyke is President and CEO of Bridge Ratings LLC. Bridge Ratings LLC was founded in 2001 and is a media analysis corporation providing behavioral analysis of media consumers in the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Company clients include Emmis, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Amazon.com, CBS Radio, Cumulus Broadcasting and Clear Channel Communications as well as finance and media investment firms around the world. Recently, Bridge Ratings continued its coverage of the podcasting space with this latest update which provides never before insight and best practices learned from a three month study conducted between January 23, 2017 and April 10, 2017. Recently, Mr. Van Dyke was live on our show to talking about Podcasting Best Practices – The Study. During our conversation, Mr. Van Dyke talked about – shares some of his background and history behind Bridge Ratings – how has digital changed the world of media – the reason why podcasting has grown over the last two years – Dave exapnds on some of the findings of the report – importance of marketing podcasts via social media – why advertising agencies are paying attention to podcasts – what does he feel is the future of podcasting You can find out more information about Bridge Ratings LLC via: Website Twitter Visit our website at http://www.thedrvibeshow.com/ Please feel free to email us at dr.vibe@thedrvibeshow.com Please feel free to “Like” the “The Dr. Vibe Show” Facebook fan page at “The Dr. Vibe Show” Facebook Fan Page God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith, Dr. Vibe

School of Podcasting
Best Podcasting Practices - Per Bridge Ratings

School of Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2017 55:40


Because of My Podcast: Katie Krimitsos Katie is the host of the Biz Women Rock show, and when I asked her how she would finish the "Becuase of my podcast ____" she answered, "Everything" She feels her business, her consulting, courses, and coaching are all based on the relationships she has fostered through her podcast. Bridge Ratings Podcast Report is a Bit Hit or Miss Bridge Ratings continues its coverage of the podcasting space with this latest update which provides never before insight and best practices learned from a three-month study conducted between January 23, 2017 and April 10, 2017. A panel of 2000 persons ages 13 and older were contacted by random digit dialing phone method to both landlines (45%)  and mobile phones (55%) in the continental U.S. Phone interviews, on-line questionnaires, and daily diaries were utilized to gauge the consumption behavior of current podcast listeners and potential listeners. The margin of Error for this study is +/- 2.2%. Here are some items I wanted to address Trends in time-spent-listening shown in the following chart reflect a significant reduction in the average time spent per listening session falling by a third between August 2015 and April 2017.  "Listening Session" is defined as the portion of each podcast listened to during individual sessions. 56% of our panelists listened to podcasts in multiple sessions. When they mentioned how people find podcasts, their answer was What are the most popular methods of discovering podcasts of interest? 1. Social Media 2. Search 3. Word of Mouth 4. Other Podcasts 5. Streaming Channels 6. Radio Hosts In their conclusion they stated, "“For broadcasters seeking to increase listenership to podcasts by their talent, a significant increase in promotion - both on-air and through social media - would be the primary strategy.”"  In their Best Practices Section, they listed the following 1. Producers of podcasts should have a clear idea of the prospect or audience - the target market. Knowing who is the target will help producers stay focused on the topics covered. Audience knowledge lays the foundation for all of the other items on this list. To this I say AMEN. I'm doing a show right now as a test called "Podcast Rodeo Show" where I pick random podcasts and give my first impressions. 2. Be organized and know where the podcast is going. Be considerate of your audience's time and don't ramble. Get to the point. The average time spent with podcasts is 22 minutes with listeners who commit beyond the first five minutes. Podcast abandonment continues to plague non-focused hosts with no clear understanding of how to capture their listeners' attention. The “session” average of 22 minutes also reflects partial podcast consumption, i.e. podcasts of longer length are often listened to in 2 or more “sessions”.   This is the point that I want to make sure people don't get wrong. THIS DOES NOT MEAN YOUR PODCAST NEEDS TO BE 22 MINUTES. Libsyn.com (a podcast media hosting company) reports that 84% of the podcasts with more than 100,000 downloads per episode are longer than 51 minutes. Listening to a podcast “in its entirety” often means listening to it in multiple sessions. No Kidding. Really? In a world where both parents are working, taking kids to school, soccer practice before going to their second job, you mean they don't have multiple unlimited hours to sit and listen to a show uninterrupted? I've quoted her before Valerie Geller in her book Beyond Powerful Radio has said, "There is no such thing as too long, only too boring." I recently listened to episode 301 from Daniel J Lewis. It was 3.5 hours long. In spans of 10-20 minutes, I listened to that show over two days. Why? Because I find it interesting. 3. Edit. Edit. Edit. It is easy to start a podcast recording only to find the host and/or guests have rambled for 45 minutes or an hour. Before posting podcasts on-line, producers would be best served to listen to the entire recording with a critical ear and edit out content that doesn't serve the "vision" of informative, engaging and entertaining content that listeners can't get from other media. Again, I totally agree here. Mount Rushmore was just a mountain, and then Doane Robinson decided to have some editing done to it. 4. Establish a publishing schedule. Bridge Ratings' analysis found that weekly podcasts are most popular followed by twice per week and daily. Tuesday was the best day to post podcasts followed by Friday. based on our panel's responses. I don't think it matters what day as long as your consistent. A podcast about entertaining might make more sense to put out on Thursday or Friday as people prepare for the weekend. When it comes to picking a schedule, keep the following in mind: Podcasts app for iOS pauses downloads of episodes from podcasts which the user hasn't listened to. Episode auto-downloading stops 15 days after a user last views that podcast or plays an episode on any device the user is signed into and after 5 new episodes are unplayed on a single device. After 45 days of a user not viewing or playing episodes from a podcast on any device and after 5 new episodes are unplayed on any device, Podcasts app for iOS and tvOS stops updating the podcast metadata altogether. iTunes desktop also has protections against unwanted downloads. After 15 days and 5 unplayed new episodes, new podcast episodes stop auto-downloading. After 45 days, the podcast metadata stops updating. (source) so before you go launching a daily show.... 5. Tagging metadata. Search is the second most-popular way consumers find podcasts of interest. Producers should be cognizant of search engine requirements including software that consumers use and directories. Metadata is that additional information embedded in an object which provides information to software platforms about that object. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a function of these tags and allows a podcast to be found. The more refined and focused the tagging data, the higher the chance of the podcast appearing on the first page of search results. While it makes sense to have keywords in your websites, the best advice I can give is to use the title of your podcast and the title of your episodes to the maximum. Use words that peak people's curiosity or inspires them to click. If you're going to put any kind of episode numbers in your titles, put them at the end (as the information at the beginning of a title cut off in some apps. Here again, don't go crazy and remember that people create word of mouth, and when you ignore the people, you lose a key source when you right strictly for robots. 6. For broadcasters seeking to increase listenership to podcasts hosted by their talent, a significant increase in promotion - both on air and through social media - would be the primary strategy. Yes, you need to tell people about our podcast. My formulas for podcast downloads is TOTAL VALUE IN EPISODE multiple by INTELLIGENT PROMOTION equals TOTAL NUMBER OF PODCAST DOWNLOADS. Even in their own study, they state, "Awareness through word-of-mouth from friends and family, increasing publicity of podcasting in general and high-interest topics are motivating more people to try podcasting." The article quotes an article from Mumbrella, saying,"The understanding of podcasting in media agencies trails that of streaming, the research revealed. On a scale of 1-to-10, media agencies ranked their understanding of podcast advertising at 5.1 on average and 7.2 for streaming digital audio, with just 6% classifying themselves as having little understanding." It's this kind of information that leads people to say "We need to get podcasters abandon downloads and start streaming." This would be liked saying, "We need to get people to quit emailing people and go back to letter writing because people are confused by email." We need to educate people on podcasting.  Grab your neighbors phone as ask them what their hobbies are. Go the Apple Podcasts app (on an iPhone) and type that in and click search. Then click play. It doesn't take long. With the exception of Spreaker (which streams via Shoutcast on their live technology), a podcast that is played on a website or app or tablet that has not been previously downloaded is a progressive download. It looks and smells like a stream, but it's a file that is being downloaded in chunks and is going to show up as one download in your stats. In their final thoughts, they state: Podcasting continues to have great potential to drive a broader trend toward on-demand audio that is reshaping the $75B+ global audio market Podcasting still has an issue with discovery and needs to become more social in order to drive audience growth in addition to simplified search mechanisms. I don't think the problem is finding a podcast on a topic, the problem is finding a GOOD podcast on your favorite subject. 75% of podcasters are concerned with generating new listeners and app presence, monetization (70% dissatisfied) and social media presence (58% dissatisfied. Wait, are you saying podcasters want more listeners? This is truly the most insightful report I HAVE EVER READ. Really? Social media, search and word of mouth are the most popular channels for audience growth. So make a podcast that inspires other people to talk about it. Barriers to faster growth: 1) "Finding Podcasts I'm interested in", 2) "Programs are too long or have uninteresting hosts". Again, finding GOOD podcasts is a struggle, and the length of the podcast is not a problem. This is put forth by people who want to stick to a "Closer to radio" model and convince everyone to stream their show. Who are Bridge Ratings? They are located in Irvine, CA. They were founded in 2001 and is a media analysis corporation providing behavioral analysis of media consumers in the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Company clients include Emmis, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Amazon.com, CBS Radio, Cumulus Broadcasting and Clear Channel Communications as well as finance and media investment firms around the world. Founded by broadcast executive Dave Van Dyke, Bridge Ratings had its roots as a radio ratings company positioned as an alternative to other services in medium and small markets. Bridge Ratings surveys were utilized as a bridge between the one or two annual surveys offered by other research companies. The company transitioned to a media consumer analysis firm in 2003 when its study focusing on the impact of commercial interruptions on radio listeners revealed that stations lost as much as 25% of their listeners with every commercial beyond two in a row. This study became a template for future analyses of listener behavior. Who is David Van Dyke? Bridge Ratings Founder and President Dave Van Dyke’s extensive and varied experience in media has captured every facet of radio and Internet audience engagement.  In radio, he has worked in a diverse array of positions including programming, management, sales, on-air, marketing and research for CBS, Infinity, ABC, Nokia and Westinghouse.  Through his work with Bridge Ratings Dave is widely recognized for his ability to forecast and gauge media consumption across multiple platforms and to utilize field data to advise his clients. He is also known for his management of radio station rebuilding successes, taking underperforming radio properties and turning them into high cash-flowing corporate contributors. Nobody Can Do A Show Like You My Buddy Steve Stewart sent in a very cool piece of audio feedback that got me thinking. He shares why he listens to this show, and he explains how everyone who does a show stamps their own style on it. Your show will be your show.  I point out how we ALL face imposter syndrome. We feel we're "not worthy" or we are worried about being "big headed."  Podcasting puts you into a place of leadership simply by creating a podcast. A leader should appear confident and accept their role. For me, I would downplay my role, and my jokes about "little old me" and didn't realize that this type of humor could be damaging my brand. People don't want to follow "little old whoever.." Steve shares that he is now making a full time living doing podcast editing. Mentioned In This Episode 564 Randy Cantrell and the Grow Great Show Bridge Ratings Report Podcast Review Show (Get Your Podcast Reviewed) Podcast Rodeo Show  Libsyn.com (use the coupon code sopfree to get a free month) Ready to Start a Podcast? Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/start    

Musikalpodden
Emmi Christensson

Musikalpodden

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2017 66:29


I veckans avsnitt möts två Christine, Emmi Christensson och Viktoria Tocca. Vi får veta mer om Emmis resa till drömrollen i The Phantom of the Opera, hur det var att dubba den svenska rösten till Belle i Beauty and the Beast och mycket annat!

Spreaker Live Show
SLS49: Podcasts, NextRadio App w/Jeff Smulyan, CEO, Emmis Communications

Spreaker Live Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2016 18:57


Spreaker Live Show #49 for March 2nd, 2016Our Topic is the merging of commercial radio, podcasting and online streaming radio. We also discuss the NextRadio app that uses an FM chip that is in most smartphones today to connect to FM radio in listeners local radio markets. We also discuss whether getting podcasts content added to NextRadio is a potential future opportunity in the app. The interview was done on the exhibition floor in the Spreaker booth at the National Religious Broadcaster's Proclaim16 Convention (NRBConvention.com) Feb 26, 20016 in Nashville. Show Duration: 18 minutesHost: Rob Greenlee, Head of Content, Spreaker @robgreenlee - rob(at)spreaker(docom)Show Guest: Jeffrey H. Smulyan, Chairman, CEO, and Founder Emmis Communications Corporation, an Indianapolis–based radio and publishing company with operations in 9 U.S. markets. He widely recognized as one of the most visionary leaders in the radio industry. He is also the leading advocate of getting FM-enabled wireless devices in smartphones. He shepherded the unification of the radio industry behind the installation of the Emmis-created NextRadio application in a broad array of FM-enabled wireless devices, allowing consumers to listen to their local radio stations without data charges.Who owns and operates 19 FM and 4 AM radio stations in the nation’s largest markets and city/regional magazines, including national titles Texas Monthly and Los Angeles. Emmis owns the two top hip-hop brands in the world, KPWR Power 106 in Los Angeles and HOT 97 in New York City.Show Guest Topics:- He tells us about Emmis Communications and what the company operates in those 9 US markets?- How does he sees US commercial radio stations changing formats over the next few years to appeal to millennial?- Does he think Public Radio’s formats and quality impact commercial radio? - Whether he thinks commercial talk radio will adding more on-demand / podcasting?- Should radio stations develop new talk radio talent by creating original audio podcast shows at the local level? - How will CarPlay and Android Auto impact talk radio stations and audio distribution and listening in the car?- What are his thoughts on metrics around download distribution and advertiser support of podcasts. IAB role?- He gives an update on NextRadio and the possibility of adding audio podcasts to the app?Show Guest Links:http://Emmis.comhttp://nextradioapp.comhttp://jacobsmediablog.com/2016/01/29/jeff-smulyans-5-things-every-radio-professional-should-know-about-nextradio/http://nrb.orghttp://www.nrbconvention.org/Spreaker Links:http://Adore.fmhttp://blog.spreaker.comhttp://SpreakerLiveShow.comhttps://Spreaker.comVideo Demo of Spreaker Podcast Radio App: http://youtu.be/YZ3JddcxQjASend Questions and Comments to:Twitter: http://twitter.com/spreaker using #SpreakerLiveTwitter: http://twitter.com/robgreenlee Tech Support: support at spreaker.comRob Greenlee: Rob at Spreaker.com

Spreaker Live Show
SLS49: Podcasts, NextRadio App w/Jeff Smulyan, CEO, Emmis Communications

Spreaker Live Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2016 18:57


Spreaker Live Show #49 for March 2nd, 2016Our Topic is the merging of commercial radio, podcasting and online streaming radio. We also discuss the NextRadio app that uses an FM chip that is in most smartphones today to connect to FM radio in listeners local radio markets. We also discuss whether getting podcasts content added to NextRadio is a potential future opportunity in the app. The interview was done on the exhibition floor in the Spreaker booth at the National Religious Broadcaster's Proclaim16 Convention (NRBConvention.com) Feb 26, 20016 in Nashville. Show Duration: 18 minutesHost: Rob Greenlee, Head of Content, Spreaker @robgreenlee - rob(at)spreaker(docom)Show Guest: Jeffrey H. Smulyan, Chairman, CEO, and Founder Emmis Communications Corporation, an Indianapolis–based radio and publishing company with operations in 9 U.S. markets. He widely recognized as one of the most visionary leaders in the radio industry. He is also the leading advocate of getting FM-enabled wireless devices in smartphones. He shepherded the unification of the radio industry behind the installation of the Emmis-created NextRadio application in a broad array of FM-enabled wireless devices, allowing consumers to listen to their local radio stations without data charges.Who owns and operates 19 FM and 4 AM radio stations in the nation’s largest markets and city/regional magazines, including national titles Texas Monthly and Los Angeles. Emmis owns the two top hip-hop brands in the world, KPWR Power 106 in Los Angeles and HOT 97 in New York City.Show Guest Topics:- He tells us about Emmis Communications and what the company operates in those 9 US markets?- How does he sees US commercial radio stations changing formats over the next few years to appeal to millennial?- Does he think Public Radio’s formats and quality impact commercial radio? - Whether he thinks commercial talk radio will adding more on-demand / podcasting?- Should radio stations develop new talk radio talent by creating original audio podcast shows at the local level? - How will CarPlay and Android Auto impact talk radio stations and audio distribution and listening in the car?- What are his thoughts on metrics around download distribution and advertiser support of podcasts. IAB role?- He gives an update on NextRadio and the possibility of adding audio podcasts to the app?Show Guest Links:http://Emmis.comhttp://nextradioapp.comhttp://jacobsmediablog.com/2016/01/29/jeff-smulyans-5-things-every-radio-professional-should-know-about-nextradio/http://nrb.orghttp://www.nrbconvention.org/Spreaker Links:http://Adore.fmhttp://blog.spreaker.comhttp://SpreakerLiveShow.comhttps://Spreaker.comVideo Demo of Spreaker Podcast Radio App: http://youtu.be/YZ3JddcxQjASend Questions and Comments to:Twitter: http://twitter.com/spreaker using #SpreakerLiveTwitter: http://twitter.com/robgreenlee Tech Support: support at spreaker.comRob Greenlee: Rob at Spreaker.com

The Q Now
The Q - Ep. 252 - Dragon Punch

The Q Now

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 29, 2016 84:43


Producer Bobby makes his return to catch up and discuss all that is right and wrong with the world.  Mark is immediately set to making the record straight regarding some things he said in the previous show because many angry conservatives (its always just angry conservatives) were mad he didn't detail the SCOTUS situation regarding the 2000 election out enough for their liking.  Not that what he said was incorrect, it just seemed incorrect without the extra detailing...yet Mark is an honorable person so he brings it to the table to discuss and apologize.Then TRIFORCE JOHNSON is back to talk ESports and a sort of revolution taking place currently. Triforce discusses the current situation with players and teams getting tons of money thrown into a major mainstream video gaming attempt to take Esports and make it a major player in the sports world.  This comes on the heels of the #1 Street Fighter player in the world taking a a hardcore loss to a rapper by the name of Lupe Fiasco.  Fiasco winning the match he shouldn't have won has TriForce taken aback quite a bit and OPENL CHALLENGES LUPE FIASCO to Street Fighter match! Also he talks about Daigo and what he thinks happened in that match. All this and OVERTIME available on this episode of the Q. 

Encore Radio Show
Emmis Digital Producer Jameer Pond Interview: S.4 E.5

Encore Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2016 68:31


Emmis Digital Producer Jameer Pond kicked it with The Encore Radio Show Podcast to talk about his path to Hip Hop, his incident with Travis Scott, Black lives and more. Follow Jameer on Twitter and Instagram at @itsJameer. Mentioned in this episode: Robin J, Mos Def (Yasiin Bey), Scottie Beam, Matt O & Shontelle. Executively Produced by @copastetik Instrumentals by Dee Reese (@DeeReeseBeats) Edited by @Sirlanced Commercial featuring PeopleOfColorInTech.com and Lisa Thomas-McMillan

Kind of Epic Show
You've Got a Face For Podcasting! Featuring Jess Hooker, Chick McGee, Elspeth Eastman, Rupert Bonehman

Kind of Epic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2014 102:38


In this Indianapolis centric episode of Kind of Epic Show we talk to local legend and all around good guy, Rupert Boneham about Ruperts Kids. We talk to nationally syndicated radio host and fellow local podcasters The Off the Air Show in which we are podcast bombed by Colts Punter Pat McAfee And finally we speak with the inccredibly charming voice actress Ellspeth Eastman of Killer Instinct and Guns of Icarus. All recorded at this years Indy Pop Con. Before all that its been a week since our last Kind of Epic show and more than two weeks in real time so we talk about this years #E3 including the #Sony and #Nintendo press conferences. We also talk the horrible news of the Scoobie Doo reboot and TMNT movie still featuring Shredder and Splinter. All we can conclude is Shredder you got a face for podcasting and so do we. 

Franchise Euphoria
Jon Quick - How To Effectively Market a Franchise Business

Franchise Euphoria

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2013 35:13


It was a great experience to have my friend and media and marketing guru Jon Quick on the show. Jon is a 25+ year veteran in media executive management, having held key positions for CBS and Emmis communications among other companies in his career. He now has two of his own companies. The Q Consulting Guys, which specializes in media consulting, and Absolutemax!, which is a boutique full-service advertising agency offering everything from public relations to traditional and social media guidance and creation. Jon’s companies are based in Indianapolis but he serves clients across the country and in Canada. Key takeaways from Interview with Jon ·         Most important of all. Marketing Essential #1: Have a plan for great customer service to keep them coming back. If not, all the marketing the world will never work. ·         Have A Plan.  You must have a good business plan and within that build a solid marketing plan. Allocate some budget for marketing based on your resources. Effective marketing does not have to cost a lot of money if you have great ideas. ·         Do an IGS (Idea Generating Session).  Get a group together 5 to 10 people and allow everyone to express their ideas and thoughts on your company. Do not judge the ideas. Anything goes at this point. You’d be amazed at what you come up with both to improve your core business plan and marketing ideas. Often a slogan for your business can come out of such a session. One important point to consider and discuss: Points of Differentiation. How is your business better than your competitors? ·         Include those points in your marketing. Don’t try to be another Starbucks ·         Design a logo. Add a slogan to it. But don’t stop there. The logo should reflect you and your mission statement (which should be at the very beginning of your business plan). It’s a way to make you feel good at the beginning because it symbolizes the achievement of your dream. ·         Reserve a domain name and get a website up. Jon’s philosophy is to have the website be your hub and all other marketing will drive people to it. In the end it will save you a lot of money and will be more effective in today’s world of marketing. ·         Did I say be patient? I’ll say it again. If you truly have a great product or service, and you have the passion for it and believe in yourself and are willing to tell the world about it, it’s a formula that should work. If it doesn’t, know when to get out. There’s nothing wrong with regrouping and starting over.   Jon can be reached by phone at 317-432-0309 or jon@absolutemaxpr.com.  Initial consultations and current marketing analysis is free.