From 2003-2010 UK radio consultant Paul Easton contributed the fortnightly ‘Programming Points’ column, as well as other occasional features, for The Radio Magazine.
During that period the UK radio industry underwent a lot of changes. A new regulator, consolidation, increased networking and automation, the development of national ‘brands’…. the list goes on.
This book is a collection of Paul’s columns, containing a mix of advice and industry commentary.
“If you work in radio or just love it, then this book is fab”
“I remember reading these over the years in the Radio Magazine, which in turn was in every studio, in every radio station up and down the land. Great to have them once again all together in this book.”
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