CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: On-Air to Online - 20 July

Danny Chifley, 8th July 2016
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It's a remarkable time for digital content for community broadcasters, with new listening platforms, new ways to publish and new ways to make revenue for your station.

This webinar will give broadcasters an update on the technology that is relevant for them, as well as a complete, easy-to-implement program for podcasting and beyond. We'll also look at new ideas on how your station can reuse your content online, to find a new audience for work that’s already been done.

This session will also include a Q&A component with a focus on monetising your online presence.

Who is this webinar for?

Stations, broadcasters and producers looking to give their on-air content a renewed life online.

Presented by:
  • Matt Saraceni is Head of Content for Omny Studio, an all-in-one on-demand audio management solution that helps content creators, such as community broadcasters, grow their audience, reduce production costs and raise revenue.
  • James Blake (aka Blakey) is the Content Development Coordinator at SYN Media who works directly with a wide range of volunteers to explore the possibilities and advantages of podcasting when it comes to reaching a large audience. Blakey is particularly interested with how the core values of community broadcasting can be translated to podcasting and online.

See the webinar presentation here:

On-air to Online from CMTO on Vimeo.

This webinar was held at 6:30 PM on Wednesday 20 July 2016

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