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  1. 1. Radio Presentation <br />Joe Meek<br />
  2. 2. Commercial Radio<br />Funded by commercials<br />Most popular radio stations in the commercial sector: Galaxy, Classical FM and Real Radio. <br />Generally plays popular chart music, and doesn’t usually play alternative music, stations such as galaxy tend to play songs from artists such as JLS, and might not play tracks from artists, like The Cure, for example.<br />Classic FM is a different matter, as if does play music that not everyone would appreciate, but there is still a large number of listeners for it to be viable to run.<br />
  3. 3. Public Service Broadcasting<br />PSB (Public Service Broad Casting) is essentially the service provided by the BBC that MUST provide a service for everyone who pays the license fee.<br />MUST :<br />Inform<br />Educate<br />Entertain <br />Radio One: Popular chart music<br />Radio Two: Popular music from across the decades <br />Radio Three: Classical Music<br />Radio Four: Radio Drama<br />Five Live: Sports<br />Radio Six: Alternative Music<br />
  4. 4. PSBContinued<br /><ul><li>License fee £145 per annum for colors TV license, which involved your radio license.
  5. 5. Paid by a vast majority of households in the country, therefore it must have something for everyone.
  6. 6. Makes certain things easier to find and gives access to things we might not find in commercial radio. Such as jazz, country and classical music.
  7. 7. PSB plays music that might not be found in most popular music, but more non mainstream popular music. Note: Florence and the machine was discovered by the BBC and they got their first air time on radio 6.</li></li></ul><li>New Technologies<br /><ul><li>Constant advances in technology are making radio easier and easier to listen to, its hard to avoid it!
  8. 8. Personal Radio – Listeners can choose to listen through their phone or of course I-phone, MP3 player, portable DAB radio, or other personal audio system.
  9. 9. The Web – nearly all major radio stations transmit their output through the internet, giving radio listeners access to thousands of stations, worldwide.
  10. 10. Broadband – many broadband providers worldwide provide access to radio direct to their customers’ home computers.
  11. 11. DAB Radio - radio through a digital signal supplied via a terrestrial based Digital Hub.
  12. 12. The digital signal - different countries throughout the world have chosen to supply the signal using slightly differing technology.
  13. 13. Digital TV – channels of cable and satellite TV providers dedicated to radio provision.</li></li></ul><li>Non For Profit Radio<br />Non For Profit is a radio station that provides a service without looking to make a profit.<br />These can come in the form of local radio stations, <br />Bradford_Community_Broadcasting – Bradford – multicultural – 97.9FM/106.6 FM <br />All FM – South Manchester – Multicultural - 96.9FM<br />PGFM, the school Radio show, is also a non for profit show, as the funding it receives from local adverts, is just enough to run the show when it is required.<br />
  14. 14. Job Roles<br />During Time On PGFM<br />Me: Presenter/producer/script writer/Station manager<br />Jake Webber: Co-producer/Audio engineer<br />Vicky James: Studio assistant<br />Aimee Barker: Co presenter/news reader/script writer<br />
  15. 15. Employment In Radio<br />
  16. 16. Thanks for listening!<br />Thank you for your time, I hope you enjoyed the presentation.<br />