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Women in Media Conference 2017: Developing Ideas Workshop

Who? Chelsea Dickenson started her career as the Station Manager at University of Manchester’s Fuse FM. From there she has worked at The Hits Radio, production for programmes recorded at ITV Studios and is currently a producer at independent company Audio Always based in Media City. What was discussed? The importance of being armed with… Continue reading Women in Media Conference 2017: Developing Ideas Workshop

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Women in Media Conference 2017: Steph McGovern Keynote Speech

Who? Steph McGovern has worked in financial journalism for over 13 years covering economic and business news for the BBC. She was the main producer for the daily financial news on Radio 4’s Today programme and was later the lead producer of business news on the BBC’s main news bulletins working with Robert Peston. For… Continue reading Women in Media Conference 2017: Steph McGovern Keynote Speech

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An afternoon at BBC Radio London

As alluded to in my previous post about the Sound Women tech training session I attended recently, there was something rather exciting about to take place. Unless you haven’t guessed already to what the something entailed from the exceedingly cryptic post title, I was lucky enough to be able to get some shadowing experience with… Continue reading An afternoon at BBC Radio London

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Critically Assess the Idea that Changes in Technology (Including Web Radio, DAB and Podcasting) have Fundamentally Changed the Nature of Radio

Below is one of the essays I wrote whilst at Bournemouth. I’m rather proud of this piece as it is an area of radio that I am extremely passionate about plus I managed to achieve a distinction for it. I believe the concepts discussed are still pertinent to today’s radio with the ideas of convergence… Continue reading Critically Assess the Idea that Changes in Technology (Including Web Radio, DAB and Podcasting) have Fundamentally Changed the Nature of Radio