Live blog of sessions, speakers and themes from the voiceover and audio production conference in Manchester.
Capital takes live video callers and it’s better for listeners too.
Radio is the one-to-one medium so here’s an ad aimed at just one listener.
Broadcaster and radio imaging enthusiast Stephanie Hirst explores the role of women in imaging with guests from opposite ends of the radio production spectrum.
Producer Mitch von Arx plays imaging from the Kiss Network and we hear a naughty innuendo-laden ad for a camping store.
You can’t write a movie parody without some proper film clichés.
How Share Radio introduced itself to readers of satirical magazine Private Eye.
The Virgin Radio team and indepdendent production company TBI Media were mindful that the station launch had to look as good as it sounds.
Live music, from a moving train, on station launch day. What could possibly go wrong?
To coincide with the launch of new UK speech service talkRADIO, the station has released the results of a commissioned personal finance survey.
Radiodays hits Paris. Here’s what to see if your interests lie in marketing, promos and imaging.
Steve Martin finds an unusual radio station whose real value is revealed in times of emergency.
Richard Newby shares his work from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 Music and Chill while Mariana O’Kelly from OgilvySA plays and award winning Lucozade spot.
See how one station uses vivid graphic design to showcase its on-air talent.
The introduction of many new national radio brands in the UK reminds us what’s in a name and what we must add through marketing.
Hard irrefutable data reveals the most popular articles of 2015 on the Earshot blog. Maybe you’ll like them too.
In the Earshot podcast, David Lloyd prioritises positive writing over fussy production and Colin Kelly unveils a new radio scheme for schools in Scotland. Plus festive ads.
See how the UK’s Oxis Media is introducing its JACK and JACK 2 brand to clients and agencies in three minutes of video.
Australia’s Hamish and Andy do stunts better than most. This Ed Sheeran $2 Peep Show is a great example of their fun, kind work.
Enjoy some inventive use of stereo audio in this promo from Tone Radio at the University of Gloucestershire.