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The future for your radio

Chris Vallance from the BBC Radio five live ‘Pods & Blogs’ programme has posted on their blog what he thinks radio stations will sound like in the future. Radio 2.0 promises to be a very different experience than what we are all used to at the moment with a major push being made in the […]

E4 radio to be the first radio station from Channel 4

Channel 4 have announced that the first of their new digital radio channels will be called ‘E4 Radio’. The 4 Digital Group will be aiming the new station at people aged 15-29 and the station will begin broadcasting soon. Also in the pipeline is ‘Channel 4 Radio’ and ‘Pure4’, both of which are targeting some […]

All change for Church posters?

The Church ‘industry’ may be in decline but thanks to some media-savvy pastors, the writing on the wall may point to better times ahead. BBC Radio 4’s ‘word of mouth‘ programme recently featured the motorbiking minister Paul Sinclair, who also goes by the name of the ‘faster pastor’. Paul’s expertise lies in advertising and his […]

Alastair Cambell on diaries, life & Diana

The ink may still be wet on the pages but people are already asking Alastair Campbell what he really meant when he wrote his diaries. One such person to try to delve a little deeper was BBC Radio Manchester’s Heather Stott who quite frankly, stumped the ‘king of spin’ with some of her questions. The […]

About the editor

Paul Hurst has worked within the media industry since 2002. He originally trained in IT and worked for a for six years before retraining as a journalist with the London School of Journalism. His career as a journalist started with the BBC in Manchester where he worked as a community broadcast journalist onboard one […]