As the car rolls to a halt in Vancouver I find myself reflecting. We have just watched the odometer click over to 4437KM after our drive from Toronto back to the West Coast and I'm pretty exhausted. However, in this moment of stillness I find myself ruminating on the many thoughts and observations about the radio I heard as I drove
I'm a talent guy. I find radio stations that put the effort into finding entertaining and/or interesting people and focus on creating space for them to perform, tend to leave a better impression with me
Building and cultivating a high performing team is essential for achieving success. In almost every situation, having a well-functioning team is the best way for you to attain high levels of performance, innovation and employee satisfaction.
Everyone has genius in them. You just have to know how to uncover it. When you do unlock your inner genius you will be amazed at what you are capable of achieving and how fulfilled you'll be as you advance your career
For many people the idea of receiving feedback causes fear and makes them anxious. The anticipation of what may be said can be very uncomfortable
I've never become comfortable around ratings releases. After a decade I thought I would have acclimatized just a little, but no. I start feeling anxious days ahead of the release. I often don't sleep well - if at all - in the days leading up to ratings
Recently, I found myself quite unexpectedly faced with a difficult decision. I was stuck between a preverbal rock and hard place with a choice to be made. If I did what I felt was right that would mean letting people down
The mission for Radio is simple (but not easy) "create compelling content and relevant brands." Over the last few weeks we have been reminded of the importance of needing to "program in real time not on our own time" in order to be relevant
For many shows the idea of creating great content feels like chasing a mythical creature. "Does it exist?" "How will we know if we have discovered it?" Many shows don't know what great content should sound like. They have heard people talk about it but have never experienced it for themselves
By Paul Kaye PSR Contributor April 10, 2018 Making Multi-Player Shows Better Being on a multi-player show is tough. It's especially difficult when you're just starting out. The...