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Radio Station Operations. F.C.C. Regulations Organization of Departments Radio Formats Radio Programming. Federal Communications Commission. Public Airwaves Federally Licensed Public File Media\FCCsong.wmv. K. W. Organizational Structure.

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radio station operations
Radio Station Operations
  • F.C.C. Regulations
  • Organization of Departments
  • Radio Formats
  • Radio Programming
federal communications commission
Federal Communications Commission
  • Public Airwaves
  • Federally Licensed
  • Public File
  • Media\FCCsong.wmv

K

W

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Goldstein, S. (2001, Winter) A report from the programming department. Feedback. Broadcast Education Association.
what radio formats people listen to 2002
What Radio Formats People Listen To, 2002

Source: Arbitron ’Radio Today’ annual report

radio programming dayparts
Radio Programming-Dayparts
  • Morning Drive 6-9
  • Midday 9-2
  • Afternoon Drive 2-6
  • Night 6-12
  • Overnight 12-6
radio programming log
Radio Programming Log

Start Element Length

radio audience numbers
Radio Audience Numbers
  • 13,800 radio stations
  • Average American- 20 hours per week
  • ..\RadioTodayRatings.doc
  • From Radio Today, a report from Arbitron in 2004
radio station programming exercise
Radio Station Programming Exercise
  • Each student represents 10,000 people
  • The market has 2 country stations, 1 AC, 1 CHR, 1 News/Talk
  • Divide into groups of 4.
  • Analyze the market (use another group as a focus group) for music interests, needs and wants from a new radio station
radio station programming exercise cont
Radio Station Programming Exercise cont.
  • In your group, discuss the possible format choices and develop a rational for your final choice
  • Discuss the mood/tone of the station (example: morning show, midday, special programming)
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