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How To Make Great Radio: Techniques and tips for today's broadcasters and producers Paperback – 19 May 2015
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David Lloyd's knowledge of how radio works is surpassed only by his passion for it. You have to buy this book. --Nick Ferrari, LBC
The bible for making radio. --Christian O Connell, Absolute Radio
David Lloyd's extensive experience and passion for radio shine out in a book which is essential and entertaining reading no matter what relationship you have with the medium. --Matthew Bannister, broadcaster and former Director of BBC Radio
About the Author
David Lloyd has spent a lifetime in radio and has worked with some of the UK's biggest names. An award-winning broadcaster, he was part of the first wave of commercial radio in the 1980s. He later joined the Radio Authority where he was given responsibility for overseeing compliance across the commercial radio industry; and he played a part in devising the framework for DAB in the UK. A Fellow of the Radio Academy, he has been MD and Programme Director of LBC, a programmer for Virgin Radio and a BBC manager and broadcaster. He is now Group Editorial Director at Orion Media.
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Really great book for anyone aiming to either go for radio, or overall just anyone who wants to get some kind of guidance on journalism and being a host.