In this episode of Belwah Radio, Erich Archer, Executive Director of Cape Ann Television discusses : Why it’s important that community media moves to a for-profit model How Cape Ann TV generates additional revenue using strategic community partnerships Why Cape Ann Television doesn’t set its operation up to rely on volunteers Cape Ann TV’s community outreach strategy How Cape Ann TV works with local influencers To learn more, visit http://capeanntv.org Follow your host Genia Stevens on Twitter. About Belwah Radio: Expert interviews, […]Read more
Belwah Radio is a community media podcast that’s produced by Belwah Media. BWR provides expert interviews, industry news, and digital marketing tips for community media and community radio. Who should listen to Belwah Radio? Community media professionals, folks curious about community media, and organizations interested in partnering with community media.
In this episode of Belwah Radio, Bob Burtman, President of WHUP discusses how 104.7 FM in Hillsborough, NC is experiencing great success using new technology that allows for an on-demand experience, not just real-time streaming – all built and programmed in-house by volunteers. Bob also discusses why WHUP plans to focus on providing high-quality radio content with no immediate plans to implement video into the station’s content strategy. To learn more about WHUP, visit http://WHUPFM.org. Follow WHUP on Facebook. Follow […]Read more
In the first episode of Belwah Radio, Jason Daniels, Executive Director of Easton Community Access Television (ECAT) discusses how his community media center has repurposed content and some of the challenges they’ve faced while doing so. Jason also discusses: Why ECAT shies away from spotlighting individual and community content ECAT’s use of blogging and podcasting How ECAT works with volunteers To learn more abut ECAT, visit: http://eastoncat.org Follow your host Genia Stevens on Twitter. About Belwah Radio: Expert interviews, industry news, and digital […]Read more