It can sometimes be difficult for radio broadcasters to meet interview subjects in-person for a variety of financial or logistical reasons, including time constraints. Fortunately, there are several online platforms that broadcasters can use.Read More
Portable recorders have a variety of settings and functions to help you record different kinds of sounds for different purposes. This guide explains basic settings for recording interviews and wild sound.Read More
The conference call feature on a mobile phone or landline allows you to have many people on the line at one time. It’s a particularly useful feature to convene panelists for an in-person discussion but still want to air the discussion as part of their radio program.Read More
Radio is widespread and accessible to everyone, but some farmers miss out on critical agricultural knowledge if they cannot purchase a radio set.
Luckily, listeners can tune in to the radio right from their mobile phone, even if it’s not a smartphone.
Audio editing software enables broadcasters to edit audio files and recordings and combine them to generate new audio files and recordings. There are several different kinds of audio editing software that can be downloaded or purchased.Read More
Wild sound is any natural or human sound that is recorded in a particular location and incorporated into a program. It can refer be recorded in the background of a main recording or to sounds that are recorded separately and later mixed into a program.Read More
What is audio editing? Audio editing is the process of electronically shortening, deleting, rearranging, or cutting audio into segments. How can it help me serve my listeners better? My listeners will hear only what is important and necessary to the story. My listeners won’t get bored by statements or explanations that go on too long.…Read More