Chris Ward of Bauer Media in the UK plays his team’s best imaging and promotional audio in this edition of the Earshot podcast.
The UK’s two main TV politics shows carefully manage their image. It reminds us to control house style on social media as we do on air.
Psychologist Dr Becky Spelman and comedy writer John Vorhaus join Steve and Hayley to share their expertise in creative thinking and the processes that support it.
Steve Martin finds the origins of the radio chart show in a surprising location.
Inside one of Bauer’s top 3 campaigns of the year, with Head of Film, Sarah Clarke.
Two ways to calculate the beats-per-minute of all your favourite songs.
Comprehensive digital coverage of Europe’s imaging event, direct from Die Lichtfabrik, Haarlem, Netherlands. This post shows all the afternoon sessions from day two.
Dive into the morning sessions from day two as Earshot’s comprehensive digital coverage of The Imaging Days continues from Die Lichtfabrik, Haarlem, Netherlands.
Continuous digital coverage of Europe’s imaging event, direct from Die Lichtfabrik, Haarlem, Netherlands. All the afternoon sessions from day one are here.
Beat by beat coverage of Europe’s imaging event, direct from Die Lichtfabrik, Haarlem, Netherlands. All the morning sessions detailed in this post.
Live blog from the morning and afternoon sessions of day two at the ReelMix 2016 event in Miami.
The first day’s sessions continue into the afternoon at the ReelMix 2016 event in Miami.
Blog of sessions from the morning of day one at the ReelMix 2016 event in Miami.
ReelWorld, The Mix Group and imagers from across the world stage the first ever ReelMix event in Miami. Here’s what we’re promised.
Two strikingly different examples of radio station imaging played by the people who created them.
Earshot selects eight new radio imaging packages that went to air across the Summer of 2016.
Details of the latest advertising campaign for Capital’s stations in the UK.
The personal charms and foibles of talkSPORT’s breakfast host are celebrated in song by the station’s production team.
100% commercial production with Sara Hashem, Rick Loynes, Dan Seavers and Clare Bowen of Radiocentre. Conditions apply.
WNYC’s audiograms make audio more likely to go viral. They’ve shared their audio, now they share their code.