Cover image of Radio Stuff Podcast
(7)
Arts
Business
Performing Arts

Radio Stuff Podcast

Updated 3 days ago

Arts
Business
Performing Arts
Read more

Radio Stuff is a podcast about radio for radio hosted by radio programming, consultant and talent coach Larry Gifford. It is sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff096769

Read more

Radio Stuff is a podcast about radio for radio hosted by radio programming, consultant and talent coach Larry Gifford. It is sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff096769

iTunes Ratings

7 Ratings
Average Ratings
6
0
1
0
0

Great Information About The Radio Business

By Barrett Sports Media - Mar 04 2017
Read more
Larry connects with some interesting people in the radio business and takes his audience inside so they can gain insight into the way industry people think, operate and feel about various subjects. A great listen if you're curious about the world of radio.

Great insight and representation of the industry

By Ryan Wrecker - May 11 2016
Read more
Larry is very talented when it comes to finding topics & issues in the radio industry... and he does a great job at presenting them

iTunes Ratings

7 Ratings
Average Ratings
6
0
1
0
0

Great Information About The Radio Business

By Barrett Sports Media - Mar 04 2017
Read more
Larry connects with some interesting people in the radio business and takes his audience inside so they can gain insight into the way industry people think, operate and feel about various subjects. A great listen if you're curious about the world of radio.

Great insight and representation of the industry

By Ryan Wrecker - May 11 2016
Read more
Larry is very talented when it comes to finding topics & issues in the radio industry... and he does a great job at presenting them

Listen to:

Cover image of Radio Stuff Podcast

Radio Stuff Podcast

Updated 3 days ago

Read more

Radio Stuff is a podcast about radio for radio hosted by radio programming, consultant and talent coach Larry Gifford. It is sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff096769

Episode 152 - Top 5 Radio Stories of 2017

Podcast cover
Read more

***Sponsored by Promo Suite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff ***

December 21, 2017

The end of 2017 Extravaganza! Featuring the top 5 radio stories of 2017. 5 stories to keep an ear out for in 2018. And a conversation with Omny Studio’s Mitch Secrett about how that company is helping radio stations visualize radio and simplify on-demand listening.

  1. Norway Shuts Off FM Radio
  2. Big U.S. Radio in Big Trouble
  3. Home Audio Devices
  4. FCC Rulings
  5. War Against Media #fakenews

Dec 21 2017

36mins

Play

James Cridland, Radio Futurologist

Podcast cover
Read more
Radio Futurologist James Cridland helps us digest the news that BBC Radio 2 breakfast host Chris Evans is the new TV host of Top Gear. Cridland believes, based on passed behavior, this may be the beginning of the end for Evans' radio show.

Jun 27 2015

13mins

Play

Richard Harker, Harker Research

Podcast cover
Read more
Larry Gifford goes down the PPM rabbit hole with Harker Research Sr. Director Richard Harker. They talk about the issues with PPM that have been largely ignored and why the Voltair device works to improve station ratings.

Jun 11 2015

30mins

Play

Radio Stuff Episode 127

Podcast cover
Read more
April 9, 2016 - A deep dive into the death of KGO in San Francisco. What happened? Who killed America's great news-talk station? Former KGO'er Claudia Lamb joins the show. She penned the viral column "KGO and the Death of Radio." Plus, AllAccess.com's Perry Michael Simon and RadioInsight.com's Lance Venta offer perspective from an industry observer's point-of-view. (00:00 - 41:40)

American Crime Story "The People vs. OJ Simpson" snubbed the importance of radio in it's mini-series. Former KFI'er Casey Barholomew joins the show to talk about radio's importance in the Trial of the Century. (41:40-53:06)

Apr 10 2016

53mins

Play

Lance Venta, Publisher RadioInsight.com

Podcast cover
Read more
This is our full conversation.

RadioInsight.com publisher Lance Venta chats about the death of KGO, how and why it happened, lessons to learn from it and what's next for KGO and AM Radio.

Apr 10 2016

10mins

Play

Keith Hill, Country Radio Consultant

Podcast cover
Read more
Keith Hill is a country radio consultant at the center of a controversy over how country radio stations distribute music from male and female artists. The story dubbed "SaladGate" originated with advice Hill gave to young radio PDs in Country Airchecker Weekly comparing their station to a salad: Male artists are the lettuce, female artists are the tomatoes. There's been quite the backlash. This is Keith Hill unedited, unfiltered, unapologetic explaining his comments, defending himself and trying to make sense of the outrage.

Jun 02 2015

58mins

Play

Rob Greenlee, Head of Podcast Content - Spreaker

Podcast cover
Read more
Rob Greenlee is the currently Head of Podcast Content at Spreaker and Adore Podcast Network. He co-hosts The New Media Show audio & video podcast that airs LIVE every Saturday morning at 9am PST/Noon EST and Spreaker Live Show on Spreaker every Wednesday at 3pm PST Live.

How do you create a career in podcasting? What is “success” for a podcast? How much scale is needed to monetize a show? How much money can a podcaster make? What is the current state of the relationship between radio and podcasting? Is “podcasting” the right term?

May 28 2016

21mins

Play

Radio Stuff Episode 133

Podcast cover
Read more
November 18, 2016 - Larry Gifford is "on the air" when Trump gets elected President, radio hosts enter bizzaro world as Glenn Beck mellows out and one long time political radio reporter in DC is silenced (but still alive!)

An interview with engineer Rob Brown about the ReportIT app. Cubs win the world series, an earthquake rocks New Zealand and music radio jocks find a way to stop the music for a moment.

Nov 19 2016

25mins

Play

Perry Michael Simon, AllAccess.com

Podcast cover
Read more
This is our full conversation.

AllAccess.com's Perry Michaal Simon helps explain what happened to KGO in San Francisco, why it happened, what it means for spoken word radio and AM radio and what could have been done to save it.

Apr 10 2016

23mins

Play

Radio Stuff Episode 105

Podcast cover
Read more
06/11/2015 - This week Larry Gifford goes down the PPM rabbit hole with Harker Research Sr. Director Richard Harker. They talk about the issues with PPM that have been largely ignored and why the Voltair device works to improve station ratings. (00:00 - 34:15)
HIVIO was last week and it included an awesome tribute to the power of audio by production whiz Jeff Schmidt. (35:30 - 37:30)
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld gushes over Colin Cowherd while on ESPN. He reveals Colin's strengths and weaknesses and offers to be his agent. (37:30 - 42:15)
Royal Hoax DJ Mel Greig gets a new gig. (42:15 - 43:09)
A quick word on Beats 1 (43:09 - 43:30)
And #TBT -- how websites used to be announced on radio back in 1995. (43:30 - 44:40)

Jun 11 2015

45mins

Play

Radio Stuff - Episode 131

Podcast cover
Read more
October 21, 2016 - Larry is back after a podcasting hiatus. This show dives in the world of podcasting with Davy Sims author of "Podcasting for..." www.podcastingfor.com, Rock 101's new TV spot has captured the imagination of the advertising community, and talk host Simi Sara shares why it is important to read a book before you interview the author.

Oct 21 2016

33mins

Play

Claudia Lamb, formerly of KGO News

Podcast cover
Read more
This is our full conversation.

Claudia Lamb wrote a column titled "KGO and the Death of Radio" that quickly went viral in the wake of Cumulus gutting the KGO news department. She's joins the show to talk about her experiences at KGO and thoughts on radio.

Apr 10 2016

32mins

Play

Episode 143 - Death of Radio's Main Studio

Podcast cover
Read more

Presented by PromoSuite www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

July 7, 2017

The FCC is preparing to abolish radio's main studio rule. Has the 80-year old mandate outlasted its usefulness? Attorney David Oxenford of Wilkinson, Barker and Knauer LLP and author of www.broadcastlawblog.com chats about the potential impact of eliminating the main studio rule.

On July 1st, Canada marked its 150th anniversary and radio across the country celebrated #Canada150 in clever and creative ways.

Pandora CEO Tim Westergren has stepped down in the wake of a huge financial investment by SiriusXM. The one-time Radio Stuff guest was a radio nemesis who was passionate about music and in retrospect may not be all bad.

Jul 07 2017

24mins

Play

Episode 142 - I Know That Voice

Podcast cover
Read more

sponsored by the fine folks at PromoSuite and PromoSuite Next www.promostuite.com/radiostuff

June 23, 2017 - This week a conversation with Jim and Dawn Cutler who I've worked with for more than a dozen years at ESPN and other radio stations across North America. We discuss how they got in the biz, the struggles, the breaks, their work ethic and also how radio stations can better utilize and work with voice talent to get the most out of them. We'll throw in some gripes and pet peeves along the way. They are well respected, kind, positive, crazy talented pros who help give radio a great name.

Jun 23 2017

47mins

Play

Episode 141 - Is Siri Threatening Radio?

Podcast cover
Read more

Sponsored by Promo Suite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

June 9, 2017 - With Apple's announcement of a new Homepod, it got me thinking, "Is Siri trying to kill radio?" So I asked her. And I asked Amplifi Media and Sonic AI boss Steven Goldstein. We talk about home devices and the threat and opportunity for radio.

UK radio host Graham Mack was in New York for Talkers 2017. He chatted up Takers publisher Michael Harrison, Salem Communications SVP Phil Boyce, Tom Leykis, Thom Hartman, Podcast One boss Norm Pattiz, WFAN's Mike Francessa and many more.

Jun 09 2017

33mins

Play

Episode 140 - Inside the Millennial Mind

Podcast cover
Read more

May 26, 2017 -

presented by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

At the BCAB 2017, Jeff Vidler of Audience Insights Inc. takes us deep inside the media habits of millennials. Plus, three conferences takeaways from Larry Gifford.

May 26 2017

29mins

Play

Episode 146 - Casting Audio; Pod & Broad

Podcast cover
Read more

Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

August 29, 2017

More than 15 takeaways from the Podcast Movement conference, how it applies to radio, and what we need to worry about. Corus Radio Digital Director Chris "Dunner" Duncombe was there and shares his experience. Sound Off Podcast host Matt Cundill shares his three takeaways.

Bean of KROQ's Kevin & Bean started a new podcast "Thanks for the Podcast Bean" and shared an interview he did with Tim Vogel, the PD of WBRH in New Orleans.

Vancouver legendary DJ Red Robinson finished his final on-air shift at the age of 80. He shares a story about what it was like to introduce Elvis and the Beatles.

Aug 29 2017

29mins

Play

Episode 139 - Inside The Listener's Mind

Podcast cover
Read more

Presented by PromoSuite www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

May 5, 2017 - We go inside the listener's mind with Fred Jacobs of Jacob's Media and the results from his annual Tech Survey. Topics include autonomous cars, head phone use, benefits of radio, mobile phones, podcasts, social media and more.

Global News operation execs Al Wright and Gerry Belek share their findings at the NAB conference in Vegas. Plus, notes from Radio Stuff friends Roger King and Matt Deegan.

May 05 2017

50mins

Play

Episode 144 - Radio and Beer

Podcast cover
Read more

Presented by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

July 21, 2017

Radio and Beer. Recently, Steve Martin of Earshot Creative http://earshotcreative.com/ blogged about 14 times Radio made Beer http://earshotcreative.com/2017/07/eleven-times-radio-stations-have-made-a-beer/ and it inspired this podcast. Steve joins the show as we discuss radio and beer. We listen to radio production designed for the beers. KISW – The Men’s Room. WONE. CFOX – Jeff O’Neill Show. Red Radio. Radio X. Carnival FM, Hastings. X96 Radio from Hell. Dan Patrick Show.

I explore the origins of Radio and Beer and find an example from the 1950’s: Old Frothingslosh was a parody beer created by Rege Cordic on KDKA in Pittsburgh that inspired the real thing.

World Famous CFOX Program Director Dustin Collins in Vancouver chats to Radio Stuff about how you take the idea of wanting to brew a beer to making it happen and what it really takes to be successful.

Jul 21 2017

31mins

Play

Episode 137 - Death of Sports Updates

Podcast cover
Read more

Sponsored by PromoSuite Next

April 7, 2017 - Is sports broadcasting dying? Probably not. Definitely not. But it is going through tremendous change and growth. Legendary San Francisco sports radio station KNBR has made a decision to eliminate sports updates. As a former local and network sports update guy, I gotta admit it makes sad, mad and frustrated. Here to tell me it shouldn't make me mad sad or frustrated is Jason Barrett, president of Barrett Sports Media.

Apr 07 2017

35mins

Play

Episode 159 - Radio Voice: Lost and Found

Podcast cover
Read more

June 21, 2018 

Jamie Dupree has been covering Washington D.C. politics for Cox Radio in six markets for 30 years. 2 years ago a rare disease stole his voice. Thanks to technology, he returned to the airwaves this week. Technology to bring a silenced voice back to life while remarkable, also leads to some terrifying inner thoughts.  

Plus, the power of a tease. It can build or break trust with your audience depending on if there is a great payoff or no payoff. A tough lesson The Daily Podcast is learning this week. 

Host: Larry Gifford @giffordtweet

Thanks also to James Cridland, Jamie Dupree’s Blog at the Atlanta Journal Constitution, CNN, Politico, CSPAN, and WSB-TV.

Jun 21 2018

21mins

Play

Episode 158 - Creative Bravery & Commitment

Podcast cover
Read more

May 8, 2018 

Radio Stuff podcast host Larry Gifford met up with radio futurologist James Cridland at a PodNews gathering in Vancouver. At the event, Larry chatted to Pacific Content's Steve Pratt (https://pacific-content.com/) about creating podcasts for brands. Specifically, how can you determine if a brand is "ready" to dip into the podcast space. What we learn is a great outline for podcasters and broadcasters alike for creating dynamic, compelling branded content that benefits the client but also appeals to the consumer. 

Follow Steve on twitter @steveprattca

Follow Larry on twitter @Giffordtweet

Follow James on twitter @JamesCridland 

May 08 2018

15mins

Play

Episode 157 - When Life Gives You Parkinson's

Podcast cover
Read more

April 11, 2018 - April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and April 11 is World Parkinson's Day. In this episode of Radio Stuff, podcast host, Program Director and talent coach Larry Gifford reveals his Parkinson's diagnosis.  

Each day in Canada there are 25 people diagnosed with Parkinson’s. More than 100,000 Canadians over 40 have the disease today and according to Parkinson dot ca, that number increase by 65% by 2031.

And I want you to tell the stories of people in your community who have Parkinson's and what researchers are doing to stop 

For more information or to support this cause there are great organizations to turn to:

Parkinson’s Foundation http://parkinson.org/

The Michael J Fox Foundation https://www.michaeljfox.org/

Parkinson Canada http://www.parkinson.ca/

and Local chapters of the Parkinson’s Society.

Apr 10 2018

25mins

Play

Episode 156 - Sales & Programming Summit

Podcast cover
Read more

*** Presented by Promosuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff ***

March 16, 2018

Real life PD and Sales Manager tandem, Larry Gifford (@giffordtweet) and Rob Brimacombe (@robbrimacombe and @runningyourbiz) sit down and discuss the delicate and important relationship and partnership of two sides of radio that often have competing objectives. The challenges, the triumphs, the collaborations, and frustrations; we lay it all out there. 

Plus a quick nod to the new Fonz FM 

Mar 16 2018

31mins

Play

Episode 155 - Talent, Hugs and Radio Lessons

Podcast cover
Read more

*** Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff ***

February 19, 2017 

Craig Bruce hails from Australia. He coaches talent, primarily FM breakfast shows. He’s the former head of content at Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) and worked closely for 9 years as a programmer with Kyle and Jackie O. Now he is a talent coach and host of the Game Changers: Radio podcast.  https://radiogamechangers.com/

We talk about building trust with talent, fixing breakfast shows, the importance of writing, planning and making time for creativity. There are loads of bits in here for talent, programmers and anyone interested in radio.

Feb 20 2018

40mins

Play

Episode 154 - Radio's Free Wheeling Future

Podcast cover
Read more

***Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff ***

February 5, 2018

What is the future of radio? Canadian radio star Charles Adler hosts a roundtable about radio's future with me, Larry Gifford, and radio futurologist James Cridland. Larry also goes one on one with VoxNest.com, Spreaker and Blog Talk Radio partnership director Rob Greenlee. The discussions stretch from the future of AM/FM to podcasts, Amazon Alexa, and autonomous cars. 

Feb 06 2018

41mins

Play

Episode 153 - Home Speakers and Stripper Robots

Podcast cover
Read more

***Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff ***

January 15, 2018 

What tech trends in 2018 will impact radio? Home speakers, cool mics, amazing headphones, autonomous cars, etc. And where does radio stand with the digital dash? We check in with Get Connected Radio and TV host Andy Baryer at CES in Las Vegas. 

Jan 15 2018

17mins

Play

Episode 152 - Top 5 Radio Stories of 2017

Podcast cover
Read more

***Sponsored by Promo Suite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff ***

December 21, 2017

The end of 2017 Extravaganza! Featuring the top 5 radio stories of 2017. 5 stories to keep an ear out for in 2018. And a conversation with Omny Studio’s Mitch Secrett about how that company is helping radio stations visualize radio and simplify on-demand listening.

  1. Norway Shuts Off FM Radio
  2. Big U.S. Radio in Big Trouble
  3. Home Audio Devices
  4. FCC Rulings
  5. War Against Media #fakenews

Dec 21 2017

36mins

Play

Episode 151 - Not Just Another F-ing Podcast

Podcast cover
Read more

WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. You will hear the unedited f-word 80 times in this podcast. 

***Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff ***

One word. It can be a verb, an adjective, an interjection, punctuation or a noun. Not often used as an adverb. Starts with an F, rhymes with Muck, and is now legal to say on French radio stations in Quebec.

This podcast explores a recent CBSC ruling in Canada permitting french language radio stations to use the f-word. We also examine the relationship broadcasters have had with the f-word over the years dating back to 1921 when the first "bleep" machine was invented. 

Radio broadcasters Charles Adler, Matt Cundill, Keri Jones and others share their misadventures with the four-letter swear.  

Nov 17 2017

25mins

Play

Episode 150 - Ghostly Radio Tales

Podcast cover
Read more

Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

October 27, 2017

On August 24, 1984 CHOM-FM in Montreal was featured in the National Enquirer in an article titled Radio Station Spooked by Tormented Ghost. Program Director Rob Braide was featured in the piece and tells his story to Radio Stuff.

Another ghostly radio station is MDZhB - a station that has been broadcasting since 1982, but no one knows why.

For more haunting radio stories... check out The creepiest radio stuff podcasts to date. There are three of them: Episode 21, Episode 75 and Episode 123 - The Curious Case of Hiram Brown.

Oct 27 2017

20mins

Play

Episode 149 - 10 Leadership Lessons

Podcast cover
Read more

presented by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

October 20, 2017 - 10 Leadership traits I've learned in my radio career
1. Respect & trust is earned
2. Treat people like people
3. Take calculated risks
4. Networking matters
5. Take initiative
6. Set specific and measurable goals with clear strategies and tactics
7. There is more than one way to reach a goal
8. Feedback should be specific and actionable
9. Have a succession plan
10. Details matter

Plus -The emotional assault on media is seemingly relentless. Through it all we want to be brave. We want to be neutral. We want to be objective. But we’re human. Global TV reporter Mike Armstrong was on Charles Adler Tonight in Canada talking about the emotional toll covering the stories has on a reporter

Oct 20 2017

43mins

Play

Episode 148 - Turning Down The Sound

Podcast cover
Read more

Brought to you by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff
September 30, 2017

The Sound (100.3FM) in Los Angeles found out it will be a casualty in the Entercom and CBS merger. The station has been spun off and will become KLOVE come November.

The station cared about music, cared about listeners, loved to have fun, had swagger even when it hadn’t earned it yet and was successful. It competed against the Legendary KLOS and won. And one of the forces behind The Sound is PD Dave Beasing. Dave joins the show to talk about The Sound's fade to black.

DaveBeasing@gmail.com
Dave.Beasing@entercom.com

Sep 30 2017

29mins

Play

Episode 147 - Radio to the Rescue

Podcast cover
Read more

Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

September 15, 2017

Why do we rely on radios during storms and emergencies? Larry Gifford offers his perspective. KTRH reporter and anchor Cliff Saunders shares his story behind the mic during Hurricane Harvey. Gifford and Radio Stuff regular Dustin Collins chat about how stations and talent can prepare for the next time your faced with a life threatening situation.

Sep 16 2017

33mins

Play

Episode 146 - Casting Audio; Pod & Broad

Podcast cover
Read more

Sponsored by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

August 29, 2017

More than 15 takeaways from the Podcast Movement conference, how it applies to radio, and what we need to worry about. Corus Radio Digital Director Chris "Dunner" Duncombe was there and shares his experience. Sound Off Podcast host Matt Cundill shares his three takeaways.

Bean of KROQ's Kevin & Bean started a new podcast "Thanks for the Podcast Bean" and shared an interview he did with Tim Vogel, the PD of WBRH in New Orleans.

Vancouver legendary DJ Red Robinson finished his final on-air shift at the age of 80. He shares a story about what it was like to introduce Elvis and the Beatles.

Aug 29 2017

29mins

Play

Episode 145 - Sounding Off

Podcast cover
Read more

brought to you by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

August 4, 2017

Consultant, V/O talent, host of the Sound Off Podcast and champion of radio, Matt Cundill joins the show this week. Matt shares his radio origin story, why he loves radio, what he learned at Conclave, and helps to launch a new segment called "Chew on This!"

Aug 04 2017

38mins

Play

Episode 144 - Radio and Beer

Podcast cover
Read more

Presented by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

July 21, 2017

Radio and Beer. Recently, Steve Martin of Earshot Creative http://earshotcreative.com/ blogged about 14 times Radio made Beer http://earshotcreative.com/2017/07/eleven-times-radio-stations-have-made-a-beer/ and it inspired this podcast. Steve joins the show as we discuss radio and beer. We listen to radio production designed for the beers. KISW – The Men’s Room. WONE. CFOX – Jeff O’Neill Show. Red Radio. Radio X. Carnival FM, Hastings. X96 Radio from Hell. Dan Patrick Show.

I explore the origins of Radio and Beer and find an example from the 1950’s: Old Frothingslosh was a parody beer created by Rege Cordic on KDKA in Pittsburgh that inspired the real thing.

World Famous CFOX Program Director Dustin Collins in Vancouver chats to Radio Stuff about how you take the idea of wanting to brew a beer to making it happen and what it really takes to be successful.

Jul 21 2017

31mins

Play

Episode 143 - Death of Radio's Main Studio

Podcast cover
Read more

Presented by PromoSuite www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

July 7, 2017

The FCC is preparing to abolish radio's main studio rule. Has the 80-year old mandate outlasted its usefulness? Attorney David Oxenford of Wilkinson, Barker and Knauer LLP and author of www.broadcastlawblog.com chats about the potential impact of eliminating the main studio rule.

On July 1st, Canada marked its 150th anniversary and radio across the country celebrated #Canada150 in clever and creative ways.

Pandora CEO Tim Westergren has stepped down in the wake of a huge financial investment by SiriusXM. The one-time Radio Stuff guest was a radio nemesis who was passionate about music and in retrospect may not be all bad.

Jul 07 2017

24mins

Play

Episode 142 - I Know That Voice

Podcast cover
Read more

sponsored by the fine folks at PromoSuite and PromoSuite Next www.promostuite.com/radiostuff

June 23, 2017 - This week a conversation with Jim and Dawn Cutler who I've worked with for more than a dozen years at ESPN and other radio stations across North America. We discuss how they got in the biz, the struggles, the breaks, their work ethic and also how radio stations can better utilize and work with voice talent to get the most out of them. We'll throw in some gripes and pet peeves along the way. They are well respected, kind, positive, crazy talented pros who help give radio a great name.

Jun 23 2017

47mins

Play

Episode 141 - Is Siri Threatening Radio?

Podcast cover
Read more

Sponsored by Promo Suite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

June 9, 2017 - With Apple's announcement of a new Homepod, it got me thinking, "Is Siri trying to kill radio?" So I asked her. And I asked Amplifi Media and Sonic AI boss Steven Goldstein. We talk about home devices and the threat and opportunity for radio.

UK radio host Graham Mack was in New York for Talkers 2017. He chatted up Takers publisher Michael Harrison, Salem Communications SVP Phil Boyce, Tom Leykis, Thom Hartman, Podcast One boss Norm Pattiz, WFAN's Mike Francessa and many more.

Jun 09 2017

33mins

Play

Episode 140 - Inside the Millennial Mind

Podcast cover
Read more

May 26, 2017 -

presented by PromoSuite Next www.promosuite.com/radiostuff

At the BCAB 2017, Jeff Vidler of Audience Insights Inc. takes us deep inside the media habits of millennials. Plus, three conferences takeaways from Larry Gifford.

May 26 2017

29mins

Play