Radio Sports Coverage: Reaching for the Gold

An ebook from Radio World International
Author:
Publish date:
Radio Sports Coverage: Reaching for the Gold cover

How can radio broadcasters successfully organize coverage of sporting events? What are the most cost-effective ways to manage the broadcast of both large and small competitions? Is there special gear required? What are the possible challenges stations may face?

These are just a few of the questions Radio World International staff explores in its latest eBook, Radio Sports Coverage — Reaching for the Gold.

Read it here.

Related

Radio's Role in Developing Countries ebook

Radio's Role in Developing Countries

Radio is the primary communications medium in many developing countries. It is able to reach millions and has a vast impact on societies facing adversity. What are the obstacles and opportunities for radio broadcasters in these regions and how can stations benefit from their unique position, while ensuring social development for local populations?

The Modern Radio Studio ebook cover

The Modern Radio Studio

What does it take in the 21st century to design and build an efficient, cost-effective, forward-looking radio studio? The latest Radio World International eBook, “The Modern Radio Studio,” discusses issues broadcasters need to consider when refitting an entire network, or building a large or small single radio station. It provides examples of successful studio builds as well as offering tips from top global radio technologists about how to best plan or modernize one’s facilities, and more.

Broadcasters Get Smart With Apps ebook

Broadcasters Get Smart With Apps

The availability of apps is changing the way radio engineers approach their job. From automation and processors to transmitters, remote control and outside broadcasting, apps today put control in the palm of one’s hand and contribute to the operation and management of all aspects of a radio broadcast infrastructure.

AM Translators: What's Next? ebook cover

AM Translators: What's Next?

Stay on top of developments in this rapidly expanding segment of the U.S. radio broadcast industry. The sector is fast-moving — and FM translator planning is a whole topic in itself.