RAD101 - Introduction to Radio Programming

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Subject Title
Introduction to Radio Programming

Subject Description
You have 24 hours to turn your not so successful radio station into a moneymaker for your company, so how will you do it? By understanding your formant your hot clock, marketing, your key listener and their needs. Introduction to Radio Programming will give students a snapshot into programming a successful commercial radio station. With guest lectures and workshops by successful program directors, and creative projects on formatting and re formatting stations, students will understand the importance of market research and planning. They will also cover staffing, marketing and promotions as they relate to the duties of a stations program director.

Credit Status
Broadcasting - Radio Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Describe the evolution of radio programming as it applies to the commercial radio industry in Canada and an awareness of its role
around the world.

2. Articulate the current CRTC regulations as they apply to radio programming.

3. Outline the importance and implications of information and listener research, demographic and psychographics analysis.

4. Examine the methodology of planning and implementing a radio format change.

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