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Numeris CEO Neil McEneaney with an update on audio strategy, VAM & more
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we welcome Numeris President & CEO Neil McEneaney back to get an update on some big moves at the audience measurement agency, including the introduction of a new audio strategy, the motivation behind a recent staff reorganization, and how Numeris is managing some of the challenges brought about the pandemic.
Tore Stautland, CEO of The News Forum
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to The News Forum CEO Tore Stautland on his attempt to both seek balance in a polarized news climate and engage a quote "broad centre" of Canadians without adding to the noise.
Glenn Prins on MRI Home Studio and remote work solutions
On this sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, publisher Shawn Smith talks with Glenn Prins of Media Results International about their new offering, MRI Home Studio, and the success they've had helping ELMNT FM's stations in Ottawa and Toronto successfully transition their on-air staff to work-from-home solutions that provide a consistent, quality sound for good value.
Karen Tankard on Life After Journalism
If you're a journalist considering a career change, this podcast is for you. Former CBC Vancouver reporter turned communications professional Karen Tankard joins Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about Life After Journalism.
Bob Orban on 'Why use Orban?'
World-renowned engineer and audio processing expert Bob Orban talks about why the audio processors with his name on them stand out.
Piya Chattopadhyay on walking her own path as host of CBC's The Sunday Magazine
Piya Chattopadhyay joins the podcast this week to talk about her new role as host of CBC Radio One's The Sunday Magazine.