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How to create a modern radio
How to create a modern radio
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How to create a modern radio
How to create a modern radio
How to create a modern radio
How to create a modern radio
How to create a modern radio
How to create a modern radio
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Presentation for Libyan journalists and media managers, 18/12/2012, Prague. Organized by Deutsche Welle Akademie

Presentation for Libyan journalists and media managers, 18/12/2012, Prague. Organized by Deutsche Welle Akademie

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  • 1. How to create a modern radio Filip Rozanek Strategic Development Analyst Department of New Media
  • 2. Velvet Revolution in November 1989 • New director appointed 16 days after revolution • On 11th Dec radio supported the general strike with 15 minutesDemonstration in front of radio building 20/11/1989 of silence(Czech News Agency file photo)
  • 3. 1990: First independent radio station • Introduced 4 months after revolution • Commercial music station for young people • In French language
  • 4. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty • Jammed until 1988 • Licensed in 1990 • Moved to Prague in 1994 • Joint station with CR (1995-2002)
  • 5. Transformation of state broadcaster • 1989-1990: new constitution (ban of censorship, freedom of speech…) • Lustration certificates took effect in 1991 • New radio law in 1991
  • 6. Velvet divorce (31/12/1992) • Czechoslovakia split into 2 countries after 74 years • Fast approving of new laws in the end of 1992
  • 7. Independent Czech Radio • Czech Radio Act (1991) • „…is state independent public brodcaster which (…) produces news, documents, drama, sport, children programmes…“
  • 8. Radio stations in Czech Republic Daily Reach (thousands of listeners) • ca. 90 private radios! Impuls • 86% of Czechs Frekvence 1 1249 1053 listening to radio Evropa 2 stations at least once 545 949 in a week Czech Radio National Czech Radio 1078 877 Regional Other • Average listening time commercial is 3 hours 26 mins
  • 9. Czech Radio today (December 2012) • 4 nationwide stations • 4 digital stations • 13 regional studios • 1 foreign service (in 5 languages) • 3 internet channels
  • 10. Czech Radio Council • 9 members appointed by lower house of Czech Parliament • Oversees the budget, issues the year report • Can‘t interfere into program content
  • 11. How is the Czech Radio paid? Sources of income (2011) • No state donations 10.2% • Annual budget about 2 billions CZK (109.5 Mio Radio fees USD/83.18 Mio euro) • Radio fee: 45 CZK/month Commercial (2.30 USD/1.78 euro) activities 89.8% • Strong profitable company (net profit 4 Mio USD in 2011)
  • 12. Nationwide channels (incl. digital)• Channel 1: Radiožurnál • Channel 5: D-dur news, current affairs classic music 24/7• Channel 2: Praha • Channel 6: Leonardo family station, entertainment station for popular science• Channel 3: Vltava • Channel 7: Radio Wave cultural station, classic music station for young people• Channel 4: Šestka • Channel 8: Rádio Česko analyses, debates, essays no music, just news
  • 13. Broadcasting platforms • VHF • MW • Digital terrestrial TV • Digital terrestrial radio • Satellite • Cable TV • On-line broadcasting • Mobile applications
  • 14. Digital radio in the Czech Republic • DAB/DAB+ (L-Band) • Tested since 1999 • Real start in 4/2011 • Coverage: 36% of population • 14 stations
  • 15. Internet and social media • 11/1994: News via gopher • 1996: RealAudio streaming • 5/1998: Czech website • Facebook since 2008 • YouTube since 2008 • Twitter since 2012 • ca. 85.000 visits a day
  • 16. Multimedia in Czech Radio • Video production since 2005 • More than 2700 videos produced • Debates, politics, ente rtainment, popular science
  • 17. Any questions? Visit rozhlas.cz/english E-mail contact: FROZANEK@CRO.CZ

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