James Cridland - radio futurologistactive
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James Cridland
A weekly audio column with the most interesting news about radio's future.

James Cridland is a radio futurologist - a writer, speaker and consultant concentrating on the effect that new platforms and technology are having on the radio business across the world.

James has worked in radio since 1989.

You can support this podcast at https://patreon.com/radiofuturologist
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Brisbane, Queensland
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106 Available Episodes (106 Total)Average duration: 00:03:38
Apr 16 | 00:03:25
The NAB Show 2019 - and the move to home studios
Mar 26 | 00:02:49
The dangers of assumption
Mar 19 | 00:03:38
Would an all-podcast radio station work?
Mar 13 | 00:02:46
What podcasting can teach radio
Feb 26 | 00:02:53
Commercial Radio Australia tries to remove links to radio stations
Feb 19 | 00:02:20
Radio: the gekko's cheating on you!
Feb 12 | 00:01:32
Radio - full of transferable skills
Feb 05 | 00:03:34
Should 'engineering' and 'IT' merge?
Jan 28 | 00:02:58
Does a little Australian TV channel give us clues for radio’s future?
Jan 22 | 00:03:09
A commercial radio breakfast show, without the commercials
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