I have been lucky to coach teams and manage radio stations all around the world. During those exciting missions, I have learned from the best and sometimes from the worst. Some of the managers I have worked with have been incredibly human, and they have done everything they could to help.
Robert Evans, which presented a film clip to the Paramount Pictures Board of Directors during a very low time for the company, made the greatest presentation of all time for radio program directors, CEOs, and radio station owners.
How do you achieve word economy and get a leaner, more muscular, and less encumbered radio show!? Here are six ways
Radio may be glamorous, but most people will not understand how hard and stressful it is to run a successful radio station. Anxiety can completely paralyze the radio owner and program directors, keep them from taking action, and hold them back in insidious ways. Here's what to look out for!
The radio industry is competitive! With new stations popping up everyday, how can you stand out? Here are 5 ways you can surpass your competition and radically grow your business.
This time it's in French by La Lettre Pro
Figure emblématique de la radio française, sam zniber a également développé plusieurs grandes stations aux quatre coins de la planète retiré du paysage radiophonique français, sam zniber est actuellement à miami aux commandes de magic 102.7. une station qui, forcément, a doublé son audience depuis son arrivée…
Cool article by Thomas Giger from RadioIloveIT
Which radio programming strategies work anywhere? An interview with veteran music radio PD Sam Zniber, who’s programmed and consulted music stations on 5 continents. Different radio markets need different programming strategies. But the best practices for music, morning, marketing, talent, imaging and processing can be used to build a unique, great-sounding product for your target demo, regardless where you are.
What really drives the success of a Music Radio station is about the basics, and is based on experiences while building successful music radio stations in Australia, France, UK, Brazil amongst other markets.
‘Don’t Stop The Party’ is the Black Eyed Peas’ new motto. But the party hasn’t even started in American radio!
Dance and electronic music are the natural soundtracks to parties and have been programmed on European radio for the past two decades. These once underground music genres reached mainstream attention 10 or 15 years ago thanks to the likes of The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, or even Moby.