Episode 46: Mark Ramsey

Mark Ramsey, President of Mark Ramsey Media, is my guest, and as usual, he brings it for radio, particularly listener-supported radio stations, and the great opportunities we have to strengthen our connection beyond what Neilsen ratings dictate. Key Quote: “If you have a local radio station, if you’re gonna bother to be in the market, if you can have talent who are in the midst of the hundred mile radius of your metro — why are you keeping it all within those four walls? Bring it outside. Allow people to be part of the larger experience. Now, what is that have to do with Nielsen? Nothing. What does that have to do with the experience? Everything.”

Mark is brillant. Listen. But also SUBSCRIBE BELOW.

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Episode 42: Lori Lewis

Lori Lewis, Jacobs Media

Meaningful conversations vs. random postings designed to get “Likes”. Really connecting and serving our listeners via social media. Lori teaches us a lot on this episode.

Lori Lewis is the Director of Digital and Social Media Strategies for Jacobs Media, and will be speaking at the Social Media Momentum Summit April 18 in Charlotte.

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Episode 40: Bill DeWees

Bill DeWees
Bill DeWees

 

Bill DeWees is a very successful voice over actor and talent and he enjoys helping people like you and me find work doing that, too. Bill’s mission is to help people find the success he has in voice overs, and he has lots of great advice for us in this episode.

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Episode 39: Steve Brown

brown“The good news is that Christ frees us from the need to obnoxiously focus on our goodness, our commitment, and our correctness.” Steve Brown of Key Life has some encouraging words for those of us who consider ourselves Christian communicators.

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Episode 38: John Frost

39485_646788798473_2964469_nJohn Frost and I talk about his resolutions for 2013 for radio, based on an excellent article on Ted Kelly’s HisAir.net. Encouraging our team, looking at what we do as a craft, and how we relate “spiritual” content on-air are all discussed. BE SURE to read his excellent article “My New Year’s resolutions for the Contemporary Christian format” at HisAir.net if you have not. http://hisair.net/columns/john_frost1-9-13.htm

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Episode 37: Holly Buchanan

Holly Buchanan

The author of the book “Selling Financial Services To Women” and the blog “Marketing To Women Online”, Holly Buchanan gives some great insight on avoiding stereotypes and contextualizing our message on female-targeted radio stations.

I think it’s really important to not just assume we have this figured out. Since women are the target audience of the vast majority of Christian stations, it only makes sense to check our language, assumptions, and style to make sure we’re not pushing away the very ones we are trying to reach.

Holly really helps us to do that.

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