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10 Hacks for Impressive Digital Media Content Production in 2023

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On January 6, 2023
Everyone knows that top-notch digital content production is key to standing out in the...
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  • Everyone knows that top-notch digital content production is key to standing out in the digital age. But with so many tips and tricks being thrown around, it's hard for media professionals (and amateurs!) to know exactly what will propel their work into digital content production to greatness. Don't fear - here are ten tried-and-true methods of boosting your production power and taking control over your brand identity! Whether you're a seasoned vet or newbie, take this advice on board & get ready for an influx of quality leads from those dynamite content pieces flying all over the interwebs 🚀
    1. Be Creative with Typography

    Typography is easy to make your content look more creative and polished. Just be sure to choose legible fonts that won't be hard for the reader to decipher! Experimenting with fonts, sizes, and colors can add visual interest to your work without spending too much time on it.

    1. Invest in Quality Audio Equipment

    Good audio equipment is essential if you want your digital videos or podcast content to sound professional and crisp. Investing in quality microphones, headphones, and recording software will help ensure that your audio sounds clean and clear for your viewers or listeners.

    1. Utilize Online Tools & Streamline Workflows

    It would be best to have streamlined workflows to produce high-quality digital content quickly and efficiently. This means having an organized system allowing you to capture, edit, and publish digital media content with minimal effort. To do this, it's essential to invest in tools such as video editing software, social and digital posting applications, and other related applications that can help simplify your workflow.

    Having a solid workflow strategy can also help you save time by allowing you to focus on what matters most—creating great content!

    With automation tools like Zapier and IFTTT (If This Then That), you can set up automated processes that quickly move data from one app to another without having to enter the information manually each time. By leveraging automation tools, you can save time while ensuring accuracy and consistency across your different platforms.

    1. Learn How To Develop A Video Storyline

    Developing a video storyline is an art form; it requires practice, patience, and dedication if you want it done right! Learning how to develop compelling storylines will help ensure that your videos have maximum impact on viewers—and get them coming back for more!

    1. Leverage Social Media Platforms For Promotion  

    Social media platforms like YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are great places to promote your content once it's ready for launch. By leveraging these platforms correctly, you can reach a much wider audience than posting on one platform alone! Just be sure to know your audience and tailor your messaging accordingly, as what gets published on Facebook may not be a good fit without adaptation for a LinkedIn audience and vice versa.

    1. Use Data-Driven Decision Making In Digital Content Production 

    The most effective way to make decisions in media production is by leveraging data. With access to real-time analytics, you can identify what's working and what isn't. This allows you to quickly adjust your strategy and create content that resonates with your target audience. Additionally, using predictive analytics lets you anticipate future trends and plan accordingly. This can give you a competitive edge in creating engaging content that keeps viewers engaged.

    1. Using Creative Strategies & Tools

    In addition to data-driven decision-making, creative strategies are essential for successful digital media production in 2023. Creative thinking can lead to unique solutions that differentiate your content from the competition. It also helps ensure that your content is engaging enough for viewers to keep coming back for more. Here are some tips for improving your creative skills: Brainstorming, storyboarding ideas before execution, researching other successful examples of digital media projects, and seeking feedback from experts or peers on potential concepts.

    1. Creative Collaboration

    Content creation is no easy feat - but with a few savvy hacks under your belt, it'll become much less daunting! Collaboration is critical when it comes to producing successful digital media content production in 2023. Working with other creative professionals increases productivity while allowing everyone involved to bring their strengths and perspectives into play. Additionally, collaborating with influencers or industry leaders provides valuable insight into what's trending and how best to leverage those trends for your projects.

    Build Collaborations for Improved Digital Content Creation

    Industry collaboration helps build relationships that can open up new opportunities for future collaborations or even joint ventures down the road! An example of a tool that can serve both creative strategy & teamwork is Canva's Whiteboards which lets people work together and organize their tasks and projects and provides a virtual space to stimulate creativity as teams brainstorm new ideas or seek to solve a problem for your digital content production activities.

    1. Create Interactive Digital Content Experiences

    One way to stand out in a crowded digital content production space is by creating interactive content experiences. Consider using technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, 360-degree videos, and interactive infographics to engage your audience with your message in an exciting new way. You can also use polls, quizzes, and surveys to get your audience involved and increase your brand or product engagement.

    1. Leverage AI Technology

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more prevalent in all aspects of the digital media industry, including content creation and distribution. AI technology can be used to quickly generate high-quality video content that is tailored specifically to your target audience's needs and interests. Additionally, AI-powered chatbots can be used on websites or within messaging apps like Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp as an effective customer service tool that can handle a wide range of inquiries quickly and efficiently.

    Conclusions

    Staying competitive in today's digital content production landscape requires an agile approach backed by intelligent strategies and creative collaboration. By leveraging data-driven decision-making, implementing innovative strategies, and collaborating with like-minded professionals and industry leaders, you can ensure that your digital media projects are as successful as possible in 2023 – and beyond! So get hacking! And see where it takes you! Need more knowledge, skills, and experience with social and digital media production? Look no further; complement these tips with advanced training with The Beonair Network of  Media School's 8-Month Digital Media Production Program. Digital media production isn’t just serious business – it’s full of fun too! Join us today and discover the endless possibilities of content creation. Apply Now Learn More About Our Programs Book A Campus Tour" target="_blank">
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Navigating the Wild World of Social Media Trolls

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On January 4, 2023
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  • Social media is, without a doubt, one of the most powerful tools in modern culture. It has revolutionized the way we communicate as brands and as individuals and engage with each other. With great power comes great responsibility—and unfortunately, for every positive post, tweet, or pic that makes its way onto the web there is usually an equal and opposite negative comment or two waiting to be found. We're talking about trolls. We've all seen them—those pesky little creatures that lurk in the shadows of social media platforms waiting to hijack a conversation or derail a trend with their malicious words and sometimes intimidating behavior. So how do you handle trolls? How do you navigate the wild world of social media trolls when you are in the business of social and digital media production and content delivery? The first step is to know your enemy. Trolls come in many shapes and sizes. They may hide behind anonymous usernames, posing as real people, or they may masquerade as legitimate customers who have a bone to pick with your brand (or product). Some are harmless and just looking for attention, while others can be downright mean-spirited and potentially damaging to your or your brand's online reputation. Once you know what you're dealing with, it's time to take action and manage it! Suppose the troll is harmless or simply trying to get attention. In that case, you can ignore them or respond diplomatically by thanking them for their feedback (even if it's negative) and asking if they need any help. However, suppose the troll is malicious or threatening. In that case, it’s best not to engage with them at all—instead, contact support staff on whichever platform they are using immediately so that they can take appropriate action. Another way to combat trolls is by utilizing customer service strategies such as creating an official FAQ page on your personal or brand website, which answers common questions customers might have about your product/service before they even ask them (this works especially well on Twitter). You can also create a dedicated customer service email address for customers who have more complex queries that need answering—this allows customers who have genuine concerns about your brand/product to get help quickly without having their query buried beneath a mountain of angry tweets from trolls! Finally, make sure that customer service representatives or brand management staff are actively monitoring all social media platforms where conversations about your brand/product take place so that trolls don't get too comfortable lurking around in the shadows! Conquer the trolls of social media with an iron fist and top-notch customer service! Utilize helpful strategies such as creating FAQ pages & emailing customers to manage these pesky creatures while still providing genuine patrons with a stellar experience. To gain the upper hand in this virtual Wild West be sure to complement these tips with advanced training with The Beonair Network's Digital Media Production Program- keep those infamous trolls from running rampant once and for all! Apply Now Learn More About Our Programs Book A Campus Tour

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How Automation & AI will Create Opportunities In Digital Media Production

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On January 3, 2023
How Automation & AI will Create Opportunities In Digital Media Production With the advent...
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  • With the advent of automation and AI, many people are wondering what this will mean for job opportunities in media, entertainment, and marketing. Will machines take over our jobs? Or will they create new ones? In this blog post, we’ll explore how automation and AI can create additional employment opportunities for those interested in Digital Media Production and related media and marketing fields. Let’s dive in!

    The Impact of Automation on Digital Media Production Job Creation

    The truth is that automation has been around for quite some time now. We have robots that assemble cars, airplanes that fly themselves, and even virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa who are capable of doing tasks such as playing music or answering simple questions. But what does this mean for job creation? Contrary to popular belief, automation actually creates more jobs than it destroys. For instance, a study conducted by the World Economic Forum estimates that by 2025, technology will create at least 12 million more jobs than it destroys, a sign that in the long run, automation will be a net positive for society. According to the Occupation Outlook Handbook Digital Media Production occupations for advertising, promotions, and marketing managers' roles are projected to grow 10 percent from 2021 to 2031, faster than the average for all occupations.

    AI in the Entertainment Industry

    AI is having a major impact on the entertainment industry and in particular all things associated with digital media production. From content creation to distribution, AI is transforming the way we consume entertainment media. For example, Netflix uses AI algorithms to recommend TV shows and movies based on user preferences and viewing history. This technology helps Netflix provide its users with a more personalized experience which leads to increased engagement with their platform. Additionally, AI-powered tools are being used by film studios to optimize their production processes from writing scripts to casting actors and creating special effects. And finally, social media platforms such as Instagram use AI algorithms to curate content for their users based on their interests.

    The Benefits of Social & Digital Media Production Automation Tools

    Social and digital media production & media creation automation tools can be incredibly beneficial for businesses looking to maximize their online presence without spending a lot of money or resources on managing their social media accounts manually. These tools allow businesses to schedule posts ahead of time so they can focus their energy on other areas such as content creation or customer service instead of having to manually post every day or week (which can be time-consuming). Additionally, these tools usually come with analytics features that allow businesses to track key metrics such as engagement rates or website visits from organic traffic sources so they can better understand their audience’s needs and wants.

    Conclusion:

    In conclusion, automation and AI are significantly impacting the entertainment, marketing, and advertising industries—opening up new job markets for those interested in entering these fields. Whether you’re looking into content creation or leveraging social media automation tools for your business, plenty of opportunities are waiting for you! It’s just a matter of taking advantage of them! One method for advantage includes learning about the most cutting-edge media technologies, with our Digital Media Production Program at The Beonair Network of Media Schools! Our program will equip you with the invaluable knowledge and skills necessary to excel in this ever-changing industry. From basic content creation all the way through leveraging AI & automation tools - we've got it covered so that now YOU can take advantage of these fantastic opportunities instead of being left behind! Now's your chance to grab success by its horns-- sign up today and get learning those essential digital media production basics. Apply Now Learn More About Our Programs Book A Campus Tour

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What to Expect in Social Media Marketing in 2023

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On December 30, 2022
What to Expect in Social Media Marketing in 2023 In the business world, trends...
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  • In the business world, trends come and go faster than you can say 'social media.' But one thing’s for sure—social media marketing is here to stay. As digital technology continues to evolve, so too does the way marketers use social media to reach their audiences. If you want to remain competitive, it’s important to stay on top of the latest trends and anticipate where social media marketing will be headed in the future. Let’s take a look at some of the trends, technologies, and tools that will shape the future of social media marketing.

    Trend #1: The Rise of Automation & AI

    AI-driven Automation and Real-Time Messaging

    The rise of AI-driven automation is going to revolutionize how companies communicate with their customers on social media platforms. AI-driven automation allows businesses to respond quickly and accurately to customer queries via real-time messaging on various social channels. AI autoresponders can also be used to automate mundane tasks such as scheduling posts, curating content, and analyzing data. This will enable companies to spend less time managing their social accounts and more time engaging with customers directly.

    AI-Powered Content Curation Tools

    It’s no secret that content curation is one of the most important parts of any effective social media marketing strategy. That said, manually finding relevant content can take up a lot of time and resources—which is why so many companies are turning to AI-powered content curation tools to get the job done faster and more efficiently. In 2023, these tools will be even more advanced than they currently are, allowing marketers to quickly find high-quality content related to their brand or industry.

    Tools: Automated Social Media Scheduling

    Social media scheduling is an essential part of any successful social media campaign. But manually scheduling posts can be tedious and time-consuming—which is why automated scheduling tools are becoming increasingly popular among brands looking to save time and energy while still getting the job done right. In 2023, these tools will become even more advanced, making it easier for marketers to schedule their posts easily.

    AI-driven Personalization

    As AI becomes increasingly prevalent, so will personalization efforts increase in scope and scale. This means that marketers will be able to target customers with more relevant messages delivered at exactly the right time for maximum impact. With personalized messaging tailored specifically for each customer based on their interests and behavior patterns, brands can foster stronger relationships with consumers, leading to increased loyalty and sales conversion rates.

    Trend #2: Augmented Reality Content Grows In Popularity and In Application

    Augmented reality (AR) technology is becoming increasingly popular among businesses looking for new ways to engage with their customers online. With AR content, businesses can create immersive experiences that are tailored specifically to each user's needs. Companies are using AR content such as virtual tours, interactive product demonstrations, and personalized messages delivered through digital avatars that can make their products or services more attractive and accessible for potential customers. AR marketing ads have already proven themselves as powerful marketing tools; in fact, studies have shown that AR ads have boosted engagement rates by as much as 40%. As AR technology continues to evolve over the next few years, expect to see more brands taking advantage of this immersive advertising format on their social media channels.

    Trend #3: Video Content Continues To Drive Engagement and Social Interaction

    Video content continues to be one of the most effective forms of communication on social media platforms. Videos allow businesses to share information about their products or services in an entertaining and visually appealing way that engages viewers more effectively than text or images alone could ever do. In 2023, we’re likely to see even more video content used by companies across all industries as they strive for greater engagement with their online audiences.

    Trend# 4: The Emergence of Voice-based Interactions

    Voice-based interactions are quickly becoming the preferred method of communication for consumers across the globe. This means that businesses must adapt their strategies accordingly if they want to stay relevant and competitive in the market. Consumers are now relying on voice search to find answers quickly and conveniently; therefore, businesses must ensure that their SEO efforts include optimizing for voice search queries as well as traditional keywords. Additionally, many companies are starting to incorporate voice technology into their customer service offerings – such as virtual assistants or chatbots – in order to provide a better user experience and help streamline operations.

    Trend#5: Influencer Marketing- A Powerful New Weapon In Your Marketing Arsenal

    One trend that is sure to continue is influencer marketing. As people spend more time online, they rely more and more on influencers for advice on products or services they might purchase. Influencers have become trusted advisors who curate content based on their experiences or expertise in a certain niche. For example, if you are looking to purchase a laptop, an influencer who focuses on technology could provide valuable information about which laptops are currently trending and why they think one option is better than another. This way, businesses can gain access to larger audiences by leveraging the influence of these individuals—a win-win situation for everyone!

    Conclusion:

    As you can see, there are many exciting trends and tools emerging in the world of social media marketing that have the potential to revolutionize how businesses interact with their customers online in 2023 and beyond! From AI-driven automation tools that enable real-time messaging capabilities, augmented reality content for immersive experiences tailored for each user's needs, and video content for maximum engagement levels—the possibilities are truly limitless! To ensure your business stays ahead of the competition, implement these trends today!

    Explore Digital Media Production at the BeOnAir Network of Media Schools!

    Our Digital Media Production Program provides you with the critical skills you need to succeed in this ever-evolving industry. With our Digital Media Production Program, you'll get to explore the essentials of digital storytelling, social media marketing, branding, imaging, and more through real-world production settings. You will merge theory with practice for a comprehensive education that can help you launch or propel a career in media. Digital media production isn't just serious business - it's full of fun too! Join us today and discover the endless possibilities of content creation. That is why at BeonAir Network of Media Schools, we developed a Digital Media Production program where you can learn all the skills and techniques you’ll need to start and succeed in this highly competitive industry. With campuses located in Miami, Chicago, Colorado, and Ohio, you’ll learn the ins and outs of branding, content creation, digital storytelling, and many more — and you’ll get to do it in a real-world, hands-on setting as well. If you are ready to learn more about social media marketing, reach out to our team today and get more information about our Digital Media Production program. Apply Now Learn More About Our Programs Book A Campus Tour

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Best Audio Streaming Software for Your Radio Station

  • Posted by Media Schools
  • On December 21, 2022
Wondering how to start an online radio station? First, you’ll need to find a...
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How to Start an Internet Radio Station

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How to Upload Music to Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal and Much More

  • Posted by Media Schools
  • On December 20, 2022
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How Much Do Sportscasters Make?

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50 Best Radio Stations to Listen to Right Now

  • Posted by Media Schools
  • On December 20, 2022
There’s no shortage of good radio stations to listen to these days. And with...
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  • There's no shortage of good radio stations to listen to these days. And with a virtually endless variety of content to explore, there is something for everyone. Whether you want to listen to the latest pop culture gossip, obscure indie hits, live sports, or just about anything else, you can find tons of great stations to suit your interests. We've rounded up our favorite picks for the 50 best radio stations to check out now, covering just about every genre out there. Ranging from well-known stations to brand-new debuts, our list offers up plenty of options that are well worth a listen.

    50 Best Radio Stations Broadcasting Today

    Genre: Talk, underground, independent/alternative music Refuge Worldwide is a Berlin-based station that started as a fundraising platform in 2021 and now shares underground music and culture alongside global social issues. The station aims to inspire activism and amplify important issues while providing an enjoyable music listening experience.   Genre: News/talk radio NPR has earned its status as an institution of American radio, boasting more than a half-century of history as a widely-respected station. But don't let its age fool you - NPR is anything but outdated. With a modern, innovative attitude, the station continues to stand the test of time while keeping listeners informed on current affairs, culture, and news.   Genre: Independent/underground music Foundation FM is a woman-led radio station that has garnered attention for its exceptional selection of underground and alternative music. If you like discovering new-to-you tunes while supporting equal representation in radio broadcasting, this station is for you.   Genre: Independent/underground music Broadcasting from the Soho region of London (as well as New York City), Soho Radio has an impressively eclectic series of shows and music. Tune in to shows from Metronomy's Anna Prior, UNKLE's James Lavelle, and other underground radio greats.  

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    Genre: Music No Signal is a UK station that had everyone talking with its unique 10v10 show format (in which each DJ/presenter went to 'battle' with their choice of 10 songs). The station's mission is centered on celebrating the black diaspora in a fun, creative way.   Genre: Global Music Worldwide FM is headed by Gilles Peterson and Thris Tian and broadcasts from stations in Japan, Los Angeles, and even a boat in London. Its musical lineup covers a wide breadth of world music, so you can look forward to finding new and unexpected favorites any time you listen.   Genre: Underground/independent music This New York University student radio station has been around for quite some time. It has a solid track record for professional-quality broadcasting and an exceptional mix of music. Explore a variety of alternative music styles, like anti-fascist power electronics, West African disco, and more.   Genre: Music and talk radio As its name suggests, Dublin Digital Radio hails from Ireland. It is a volunteer-created and led station that presents itself as an alternative to traditional broadcasting stations, covering the political, cultural, and social news in Ireland and around the world.   Genre: Underground/Independent music Coming to you from an NYC shipping container, The Lot Radio is a non-profit, independent radio station built up a dedicated following. Its live radio mixes can be viewed on YouTube and regularly feature well-known DJs such as Shanti Celest, Octa Octa, and Louis Vega.   Genre: News/talk radio Launched in 2020, Times Radio is a News UK-owned radio station that largely focuses on a more serious, direct approach to news. For anyone still deciding whether to invest in the paid content provided by The Sunday Times and The Times, Times Radio is a totally-free option that still gives you access to the publisher's first-rate journalism.   Genre: Talk radio, underground/independent music Reform Radio is a one-of-a-kind platform that serves up first-rate shows from industry legends while simultaneously seeking to expand the opportunities available to young people interested in broadcasting. In addition to a great mix of shows, you can also listen to the station's always-changing catalog of underground music.   Genre: Underground music For music lovers that appreciate deep cuts and sub-sub genres, few internet radio stations can compare to NTS. Broadcasting from Manchester, Los Angeles, and London, NTS features well-known DJs, industry tastemakers, and other in-the-know pioneers of modern underground music. Best radio stations 4 Genre: Underground/independent music, youth culture Reprezent Radio is where you can meet the newest generation of DJ and broadcasting talents, the bright young talents representing the next wave in the world of radio. The station consistently serves up an unparalleled selection of underground music, including many artists you might not hear from elsewhere.   Genre: Synthwave music Nightride FM is made up of a curated group of stations that provides listeners with access to various subgenres of synthwave music. The unique interface showcases the playlist-based set-up, with different themes for each genre's station - it is an immersive listening experience.   Genre: Alternatives music Radio Paradise is an ad-free station led by two first-class hosts, with an expansive listener base and three different channels. Take your pick from the 'Main Mix,' 'Mellow Mix,' or the 'World/Etc. Mix,' and enjoy the freedom to skip any songs that you don't like.   Genre: Underground/independent dance music Rinse FM might have started as a pirate radio station in London, but it's since grown into a legitimate platform that listeners can't stop raving about. This station is a catalyst for the growth of several independent music genres, including grime, garage, jungle, drum and bass, and footwork.   Genre: Underground/independent music Created in response to the lack of representation of East Asian music artists, Hong Kong Community Radio highlights the region's vibrant music and cultural scenes. Whereas most Western media focuses solely on the politics of East Asia, this station seeks to celebrate its multi-dimensional nature.   Genre: Underground/independent music Broadcasting from an iconic sunset bar in Ibiza, CafĂ© Del Mar transports its listeners to the 1980s and 90s-era electronic dance music scene. It broadcasts Balearic beat music, also known as Ibiza house music, a fascinating offshoot of the house and trance music genres.   Genre: Underground/independent music Seoul Community Radio broadcasts via a live webpage and on Twitch and Facebook, making it easy to access their fantastic content. In addition to their audio content, listeners can also delve into the visual aspects of the station's video content to enrich the overall experience.   best radio stations 5 Genre: Local music/radio Even though local radio in the UK has declined in recent years, Gen X Radio is proving that it is possible to bring it back. Led by former BBC presenter James Hazell, the UK-based station broadcasts an array of music without the constant repeats you'd expect from more traditional commercial radio stations.   Genre: Music This station is quintessentially Brooklyn-esque, flawlessly depicting the rich music scene in the NYC borough. Brooklyn Radio plays a well-rounded mix that covers all musical bases, from house to hip-hop.   Genre: Underground/independent music The dublab station debuted on the airwaves more than two decades ago, showing that amazing things can happen when talented creatives and DJs have total control. Originating in Los Angeles, the station now has a number of sister stations, including in Japan, Brazil, Germany, and Spain.    Genre: Underground/independent music One part radio station, one part bar, and one part coffee shop, Melodic Distraction broadcasts a staggering 150+ shows every month. Located in the North West of England, it is largely dedicated to sharing the music and stories of the region via radio and its online magazine.    Genre: World music When you are in the mood to discover new music, tune in to Radiooooo. Choose a country and a decade, and Radiooooo will offer songs to match. It's a fascinating way to learn about the eras of global music and find unexpected favorite's along the way.   Genre: Underground/independent dance music Berlin has a famously exclusive underground music scene, one that can be incredibly difficult to gain access to - that is, until the arrival of the HĂ–R radio station. Listen to the best techno music of Berlin, no matter where in the world you are located.   Genre: Underground/independent music Totally Wired Radio is a recently-launched station from Acid Jazz's Eddie Piller. Self-described as a station dedicated to the 'left-field and progressive music ignored by mainstream media,' the station is the perfect place for music lovers.    Genre: Music Oroko Radio emphasizes the Accra community and the creatives and ideas hailing from the African Diaspora. It is unlike any other station and champions many of the most underrepresented artists in the world.   Genre: Underground/independent dance music The relatively new Balamii radio station has already become an important component in the music ecosystem of South London, bringing attention to the region's underground culture and music. Beyond its online broadcast, it has also made waves with events like Naked City.   Genre: Underground/independent music Before the explosion of internet radio stations, BBC Radio 6 Music was a go-to source for UK listeners that wanted something different than mainstream music. Although it used to have a reputation for favoring rock and indie bands, the station has considerably expanded its lineup of presenters and music.    Genre: News/talk radio Cheddar News is an American news network with a distinct focus on finance, covering stock trading in-depth - but its full library of original programming goes so much further. Browse programs that delve into topics that include culture, science, and history, and deepen your views of the world as it is today.   Genre: News/talk radio, independent/alternative music If you are searching for a station that balances reliable information and independent music, look no further than X-RAY FM. Located in Portland, OR, the station offers an even mix of entertaining, informative talk radio and local music and culture.   best radio stations 6 Genre: Technology In our digital age, cybercrime is an issue that nearly every one of us is sure to experience first-hand at some point. Cybercrime Radio dives into the most pressing threats facing the tech world now, offering practical strategies for protecting yourself online.   Genre: Technology/culture, alternative music A champion of all things 'geeky,' Geek Life Radio shares an enjoyable variety of content covering gaming, comics, and more. In addition to programming that celebrates the topics traditionally considered to be of the 'nerd persuasion,' the station also shares a ton of alternative music.   Genre: News/talk radio Odds are, you're no stranger to CNN. As one of the best-known broadcasters in America, the station is a reliable source for global news coverage, interviews, and breaking headlines.   Genre: K-pop music K-pop music has swept the globe with its unique sound, growing into a worldwide phenomenon few of us saw coming. Tune in to Kpopway Radio to get a front-row seat to the best k-pop music, including new hits and long-time classics - commercial-free and broadcast 24 hours a day.   Genre: Movie/TV soundtracks There is no question that creating music for TV and film is an art form all its own, one that plays a vital role in shaping the viewers' experience. Cinemix is a radio station for soundtracks, providing a skillfully curated variety of music from film and TV.   Genre: News/talk radio KQED-FM is a San Francisco-based NPR member station that shares a little bit of everything: talk-based radio content centered on arts, politics, and science, as well as syndicated BBC World Service shows and podcasts like This American Life.   Genre: Kids' entertainment For the youngest listeners - or even adults who are kids at heart - Fun Kids is a radio station for children that consistently knocks it out of the park. Its engaging audio content is tailored for kids and might be the spark that ignites a lifelong love for radio.   Genre: Underground/independent music Spiritland radio is inspired by vinyl-head culture, giving listeners an unmatched selection of favorites from DJs, collectors, and visionaries. The station also has a handful of audiophile bars in London and is outfitted with the best in bespoke sound systems.   Genre: Underground/independent music KEXP is a Seattle radio station with a robust listener base, broadcasting an impeccable variety of alternative and independent music. One of its defining characteristics is its rotating live performance schedule, which includes well-known and up-and-coming musicians.   Genre: Underground/independent music Although you might never have considered tuning in to Slovakian radio, Radio FM will surely change that. Intended as an alternative option to commercial/private stations, its shows extend across all genres, including heavy metal, jazz, hip hop, and many others.   Genre: Jazz Dedicated to New Orleans and its musical heritage, WWOZ is a must-listen for anyone passionate about jazz. It regularly broadcasts live gigs from the legendary city, allowing listeners to experience music in the birthplace of jazz. best radio stations 7 Genre: Underground/independent music This station is broadcast from the University of Texas and showcases the history, music, and culture of the famously 'weird' city of Austin.   Genre: Creative Culture Shady Pines Radio was originally created during the COVID-19 pandemic and was established to connect the creatives of Portland, OR. In just a few short years, it has expanded to more than 75 different shows and is an important space for the region's creative community.   Genre: Underground/independent music Founded by the famous electronic music composer Robert Miles, Openlab FM has been broadcasting on FM and online since 2013. The unique station unites DJs, musicians, producers, visual artists, and even architects in its mission to journey into the future of music.   Genre: Talk radio/music Primavera Sound Radio is the station of the iconic Barcelona music festival, hosting content that encompasses both its Spanish roots and its global audience.    Genre: Talk radio, underground/independent music This Paris-based radio station covers a wide realm of culture and music, exposing listeners to a fascinating mix of content. From diving into the best movies of a particular year to inviting guests to share their favorite books, Tsugi Radio has a little bit of everything for everyone.   Genre: Underground/independent music From 12 to 10 pm AEDT, this community station broadcasts the best of Australia's underground music scene. It's a non-profit effort based right in Sydney and an essential listen for anyone interested in independent artists.   Genre: Talk radio/music Legacy 90.1 is a Manchester community radio station that spotlights African and Caribbean culture and heritage, elevating DJs, presenters, and musicians from underrepresented groups. In addition to its regular content, the station also takes on projects that cover critical topics in the region's Caribbean and African communities.    Genre: News and music Gaydio is one of the UK's biggest and best LGBTP+ radio stations. It highlights the community news so often left uncovered by mainstream media and a plethora of fun, upbeat music. 

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    Want to Work in Radio & TV Broadcasting?

    If you have a passion for radio - whether you prefer old-school AM/FM stations or online streaming content - a broadcasting career could be the perfect fit. From sports and music to of-the-minute news, there are many paths you could take with a career in TV and radio broadcasting. But first, you will need specialized education and training to help you get your foot in the door.   At the Beonair Network of Media Schools, with campuses located in Miami, Chicago, Colorado, and Ohio, our Radio & TV Broadcasting program combines in-studio experiences with classroom learning to help you start building your industry skills. Not sure if you want to work in a broadcasting role? We also have a diverse range of other media training programs, like Audio Production, Media Sales & Marketing, and Digital Media Production. You'll also have opportunities to find broadcasting internships in major markets across the US, so you can begin making the professional connections that will lead to your dream job.  

    Start Your Radio & TV Broadcasting Career Today!

    If you take your first steps towards a media education today, you could be working in broadcasting within the year - what are you waiting for? An exciting future in the media industry is within reach at the Beonair Network of Media Schools with campuses located in Miami, Chicago, Colorado, and Ohio is where you can get your start. Get more information about how to get a job in broadcasting, what makes our schools different, and what kinds of careers might be available to you - explore our website and apply to become a student now!" target="_blank">
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5 Video Editing Techniques For 2022

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On December 9, 2022
Updated: December 2022 The 21st century has seen an explosion of technology and platforms...
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  • important to learn some basic video editing tips for beginners so that your video stands out. Enrolling in the videographer programs at our Media Schools in Ohio, Illinois, Colorado or Florida can help you perfect these video editing tips and tricks that can help your videos gain an audience.

    Use Cuts Wisely

    The standard cut is the most common and it connects frames together in a simple, straightforward flow. It is perfect for those scenes when no form of transition is required. If you are filming a scene with a jump forward in time, use the jump cut because this creates forward motion within the story. For example, shooting a cannon firing and then cutting right to the point where the shell impacts the target.

    Master the Montage

    Montages are a series of quick cuts that are perfect for showing a story's progression without having to go into too much detail for each stage of that progression. This makes them perfect for showing a character acquiring skills such as athletes or soldiers training for months or years on end without having to focus on every aspect of that process.

    Cut in on the Action

    It is common for a videographer to use this trick when they want the viewer to focus on the action on screen. The action event, such as a door opening or a gun firing triggers a shift in the camera focus and angle. This engages the viewer and cues their need to pay attention to the scene.

    Cutaway Shots

    Cutaways are some of the most important video editing tips and tricks to master. They give depth to the story by shifting focus from the characters and placing it on the scene. This creates context and allows for the introduction of foreshadowing such as leaves falling, snow blowing, clouds forming, etc.

    Match Cuts

    Match cuts make it possible for you to make giant leaps in time or geography. For example, using the blowing out of a match and the smoke plume that develops to shift the scene from a crowded bar to the blowing sands of the desert. These video editing tips for beginners are just some of the things you will learn to master at Media Schools in Ohio, Colorado, Florida, and Illinois. We invite you to contact us to learn more about our programs and the video editing tips and tricks we teach our students to utilize. We will be happy to answer your questions and help you take your first steps toward becoming a professional videographer. [gravityform id='22' title='true' description='true']" target="_blank">
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The Different Types of Radio Broadcasting [2022]

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On December 9, 2022
Updated: Feb 2022 The term broadcasting means the transmission of audio or video content using radio-frequency...
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  • Updated: Feb 2022

    The term broadcasting means the transmission of audio or video content using radio-frequency waves. With the recent advancements in digital technology, radio broadcasting now applies to many different types of content distribution. Today you have the choice of tuning in to more types of radio stations than ever before.

    Let's start with a review of these types.

    Analog Radio

    Analog radio consists of two main types: AM (amplitude modulation) and FM (frequency modulation). Analog radio station frequently feeds only one transmitter and is referred to as an AM station or an FM station in the U.S. But it is quite possible for a station to feed both transmitters in a similar area, or to feed more than one transmitter covering different areas. In either case, AM or FM refers only to a particular transmitter and not to the entire station. The latter arrangement is becoming widespread throughout the U.S. AM radio uses the long-wave band in some nations. This long-wave band comes with frequencies that are fairly lower than the FM band and have slightly different transmission features, better for broadcasting over long distances. Both AM and FM are in use to broadcast audio signals to home, car, and moveable receivers.

    Digital Radio

    Four standards for digital radio systems exist worldwide: IBOC (In-Band On-Channel), DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting), ISDB-TSB (Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting-Terrestrial Sound Broadcasting), and DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale). All are different from each other in several respects.
    • IBOC

    A company named iBiquity Digital Corporation, with a trademarked name of HD Radio developed IBOC and still continues to manage it. Introduced for regular use in 2003, it's now infrequent in the U.S. More than 2,000 U.S. AM and FM stations are using the IBOC digital radio services today. The majority of U.S. HD radio stations are using FM bands, and most of those are offering one or more multicast services now. Today, IBOC stations broadcast two versions of its primary content: analog and digital. So they're serving both legacy and new receivers using the same broadcast channel.

    • DAB

    Also known as Eureka 147 in the U.S. and as Digital Radio in the U.K., DAB comes with a number of advantages similar to IBOC. But it is fundamentally different in its design. Unlike IBOC, DAB cannot share a channel with an analog transmit. So it needs a new, dedicated band. Each DAB broadcast also needs much more band as it consists of multi-program services (typically 6 to 10, depending on the quality and the amount of data it carries). This makes it unusable by a typical local radio station. It is generally implemented with the cooperation of several broadcasters, or by a third-party aggregator that acts as service operators for broadcasters.

    Recently, improved versions of DAB, known as DAB+ and DAB-IP, have been developed. These developments increase the range of DAB signals. Today, almost 40 countries worldwide have DAB services on-air (mostly in Europe), and others are thinking about the adoption of it or one of its variants.

    • ISDB-TSB

    Specifically developed for Japan in 2003, ISDB-TSB is the digital radio system used for multi-program services. It is currently using transmission frequencies in the VHF band. A unique feature of ISDB-TSB is that the digital radio channels are intermingled with ISDB digital TV channels in a similar broadcast.

    • DRM

    DRM is a system developed primarily as a direct substitute for AM international broadcasting in the short-wave band. DRM uses a similar channel plan as the analog services, and, with some limitations and changes to the analog service, a DRM broadcast can share the same channel with an analog station, existing channel allocations DRM is a single audio channel system when used with. An enhanced version is DRM +, introduced in 2007 for the VHF band. This improvement presents two-channel and surround-sound capability.

    Sirius XM

    Sirius XM is the combination of two similar but competing satellite radio services: XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio. XM and Sirius, which still operate separately at the retail level, are subscription services. They broadcast more than 150 digital audio channels intended for reception by car, portable, and fixed receivers. These provide coverage of the complete continental United States, much of Canada, and parts of Mexico.

    Internet Radio

    Many radio stations are now using online streaming audio services to provide a simulated broadcast of their over-the-air signals to web listeners. A broadcaster may also offer additional online audio streams that are re-purposed, time-shifted, or completely different from their on-air services. Because no scarcity of bandwidth or obligation for licensing of online services exists, broadcasters may offer as many services as they wish. Unlike over-the-air broadcasting, web distribution is delivered to end-users by third-party telecommunication providers on a nationwide or worldwide basis. If you’d like more information about different types of broadcasting, our 8 months, hands-on, technical training program at Be On Air Media Schools, and how you can land your first industry job in just under a year, our admissions staff is ready to answer all your questions. beonair Infographics [gravityform id='22' title='true' description='true'] Featured Image Provided By: Angelo D'Amico/Shutterstock" target="_blank">
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7 Qualities of A Great TV Broadcaster [2022]

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On December 9, 2022
Updated: December 2022 TV Broadcasting is one of the most exciting fields to work...
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Types of Lighting Used in TV Broadcasting

  • Posted by M&S Media Schools
  • On December 9, 2022
Technological advancements aren’t just changing the way we watch and experience media; they are...
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How to Start a Television Network [2022]

  • Posted by Michael Williams
  • On December 9, 2022
Updated: December 2022 If you’re wondering how to start a television network, you may...
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  • Updated: December 2022 If you’re wondering how to start a television network, you may think that it’s a project reserved for celebrities, media moguls, and large corporations. Imagining how to start a TV network seems like a massive task – or so you may think. You may be surprised to learn that you can learn how to start a TV network channel all on your own. Although it’s possible, starting your network can be a challenge. But if you’re up for it, it can be a rewarding project, and an excellent way to get started in your media-based career. Perhaps you are hoping to work as a professional broadcaster one day, or you want to get hands-on experience to learn what it takes to manage a network – whatever your career goals may be, starting a television network can help you get there. Here are a few steps you can take to tackle the task of creating and starting your very own TV network:

    1. Stake out your territory

    Many people don’t realize that there are channels available for lease by everyday people. Under federal law, any cable operator that maintains at least 36 channels must reserve a group of channels for leased access. You can rent one of these channels for a monthly price that’s determined largely by the number of subscribers and channels – the larger the company, the more you will pay.

    2. Set up your technical equipment

    It’s important to use high-quality software and hardware for broadcast-quality material, especially because many cable companies do not accept VHS recordings. Another option is to use video streaming equipment and the Internet to live stream content for the channel.

    3. Announce your channel

    When it comes time for the big launch, you’ll want to make sure people are watching. Get the word out on social media and explore inexpensive marketing options like newspaper advertisements or local promotional events.

    4. Generate a paycheck

    If you’re hoping to earn income from all your hard work, you’ll need to line up advertisers. Consider working with regional product distributors to avoid stepping on the cable company’s toes by pursuing local companies that already pay to advertise on their other channels. Starting your television network can be a fun, challenging, and educational process. There’s no better way to learn about the media industry than to seek out hands-on experiences and take what you learn to hone your skills. At Be On Air Media Schools, located in Ohio, Colorado, Illinois, and Miami, we offer a variety of programs that can give you the experience and knowledge you need to embark on a successful career in the media industry. Apply today and take the first steps towards your dream job! [gravityform id='22' title='true' description='true'] Featured image: Leonel Calara/Shutterstock" target="_blank">
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How To Create Your Brand Voice

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On December 7, 2022
How To Create Your Brand Voice Great branding is essential, especially if you are...
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  • Great branding is essential, especially if you are planning to start a career in media. By having an effective and strong branding, you will be more recognizable, catch people’s attention and build more trust with your audience.  But when people think of branding, the first thing that may come to their mind is the visual part — color scheme, font, aesthetic, etc. While these are indeed important, branding goes beyond just visuals. One of the elements that you shouldn’t overlook is the brand voice. 

    What Is a Brand Voice?

    A brand voice is the “personality” a brand uses when communicating with its audience.  Think of it as people you know. Some may be more humorous, some more serious, while some may have a softer, gentler personality. All these people have a distinct tone when speaking, words they like using, or specific traits that make you associate that personality with them. The same concept applies to brands. Tone, language, key phrases, and style — all of this make up the personality or voice of your brand. Your brand voice is the representation of what your brand will sound like if they were a person that can directly communicate with their audience.  

    Why Is Brand Voice Important? 

    Brand voice is important in making you stand out from the crowd. If you have a distinct voice, your audience will easily recognize and remember you. Your brand voice is also key in making you more relatable to your audience, making it easier for them to connect and bond with you. This will, in turn create stronger brand loyalty. 

    Best Practices in Creating Brand Voice

    Here are some best practices to start creating your own brand voice:

    Define your target audience 

    This is the first and perhaps the most important step in creating your brand voice. By knowing your audience, you can decide the direction that you’ll want to go in.  For example, if you have a younger audience, your voice could be more fun and relaxed. If you are targeting a more affluent audience, your voice should be more refined and elegant. If you have an older, more business-oriented audience, your brand voice should be serious, authoritative, and informative.  Do some audience research as well. Find out what your audience likes, what their interests are, what brands they usually buy, what brands they avoid, what kind of content they like, and what social media platforms they use. This will help you understand your audience better and in turn, figure out the appropriate brand voice to use. 

    Do some creative exercise

    After coming up with your target audience, do a brainstorming session. Think of words or phrases that you can associate with your audience. Are you enthusiastic, warm, sassy, matter-of-fact, or serious? Think of personality traits and characteristics that can represent you as well.  You can also create a mood board or inspiration board, and fill it with images that relate to your brand. After all, your brand voice is a part of your overall brand identity. You need to take all the other elements of your brand into consideration. This includes your brand's core values to the visual elements like logo design and brand colors. By doing all of this, it will help you get a bigger picture of your brand and come up with the best brand voice.

    Compare with your competitors

    By looking at your competitors, you’ll have a better feel of what brand voice is typically used in your field. In contrast, this will also help you in coming up with a voice that is different and unique from your competitors, which can help you stand out.  

    Create a brand voice guideline

    After gathering information and inspiration, you should be now ready to create your brand voice. Once you settle on your brand voice, you should then create a brand voice guideline. This is to help you keep it consistent across different platforms or media. Come up with rules or “do’s and don’ts” for your brand voice. For example, will you be using emojis or not? Will you use slang, or just stick to relaxed yet still appropriate language? Are you going for light humor, and not sarcastic wit? If you have a more serious branding, will you be using formal language in all of your marketing materials or not? By asking yourself these questions, it can help you further refine your brand voice.  

    Learn How To Create Your Brand

    Whether you want to be a digital marketer, an influencer, or a podcaster, learning how to build a brand voice and brand identity is a fundamental skill to learn. Especially since branding and digital marketing are closely intertwined, having knowledge of these topics is key to your future success.  That is why at BeonAir Network of Media Schools, we developed a Digital Media Production program where you can learn all the skills and techniques you’ll need to start and succeed in this highly competitive industry. With campuses located in Miami, Chicago, Colorado, and Ohio, you’ll learn the ins and outs of branding, content creation, digital storytelling, and many more — and you’ll get to do it in a real-world, hands-on setting as well. If you are ready to learn more about branding, reach out to our team today and get more information about our Digital Media Production program. National and local FM radio offers advertisers a huge audience to sell their wares to the general public. In recent years, this has become even easier as radio becomes more interactive with its listeners and can offer a much better quality of service with crystal clear reception in most areas. These are exciting times as newer and better technologies are being developed all the time to make FM radio a better experience for all. Apply Now Learn More About Our Programs Book A Campus Tour" target="_blank">
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BeOnAir Forum: Guest Speaker Tracie Potts/ Television Producer

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On November 29, 2022
We have an exceptional guest for this episode of our webinar series. 2016 Alumni...
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We have an exceptional guest for this episode of our webinar series. 2016 Alumni of Ohio Media School Tracie Potts talks about strategy on Brand Building and Landing Opportunities in the Entertainment Industry. Tracie has built a very successful career working for major networks that include CBS, NBC, FOX, and BET Entertainment Television and has produced several popular shows such as Divorce Court, Saturday Night Live, American Idol, The Queen Latifah Show, BET Entertainment Television and Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

The Beonair Network of Media Schools, which includes Ohio Media School, Illinois Media School, Colorado Media School, and Miami Media School, created this series to bring together our students, alums, and anyone interested in professional development topics that will help them achieve career success. The classes and studio sessions are run with the same professional informality that is found throughout the broadcast industry. Our free webinar series is open to anyone interested in exploring current media trends, professional development, and the opportunity to engage in great discussions with industry professionals. 'Learn from a pro to be a pro.' is our message. We know there is no substitute for operating broadcasting tools under broadcast professionals' direction.

Have a passion for media? Is Broadcast Media Career Training Right for You? Join the movement! Stop dreaming, start making, and become a media maker with training at The Beonair Network of Media Schools! Take Our FREE Career Assessment at www.beonair.com." target="_blank">
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BeOnAir Forum: Sports Roundtable with Derek Spallone and Nate Nadolski

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On November 29, 2022
Roundtable featuring Sports Professionals and Beonair Alumni Derek Spallone (Illinois Media School) and Nate...
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Roundtable featuring Sports Professionals and Beonair Alumni Derek Spallone (Illinois Media School) and Nate Nadolski (Ohio Media School) and moderated by Phillip Bufford. Learn their secrets to success and how to build your brand through social platforms. This an excellent opportunity to learn from the pros regardless of your niche. These alumni are slamming it! Derek Spallone, Nate Nadolski, and Adam Dell will bring their experience to the Forum and discuss the importance of content creation, digital marketing, branding, and networking to be an industry success. Come “Learn from a Pro to be a Pro” and build your professional network!

The Beonair Network of Media Schools, which includes Ohio Media School, Illinois Media School, Colorado Media School, and Miami Media School, created this series to bring together our students, alums, and anyone interested in professional development topics that will help them achieve career success. The classes and studio sessions are run with the same professional informality that is found throughout the broadcast industry. Our free webinar series is open to anyone interested in exploring current media trends, professional development, and the opportunity to engage in great discussions with industry professionals. 'Learn from a pro to be a pro.' is our message. We know there is no substitute for operating broadcasting tools under broadcast professionals' direction.

Have a passion for media? Is Broadcast Media Career Training Right for You? Join the movement! Stop dreaming, start making, and become a media maker with training at The Beonair Network of Media Schools! Take Our FREE Career Assessment at www.beonair.com." target="_blank">
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BeOnAir Forum: Guest Speaker Robert Gill II/ Veteran Videographer

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On November 29, 2022
Robert Gill II, 2015 graduate of Illinois Media School joins the Beonair Network of...
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Robert Gill II, 2015 graduate of Illinois Media School joins the Beonair Network of Media Schools Forum to talk about building your career through opportunity. An accomplished videographer and video editor, Robert is currently working as a Steadicam Operator at TD Ameritrade Network a Charles Schwab asset. As an experienced camera operator, editor, and production assistant, Robert continues to work for many production companies including NBC Sports Chicago, ONE at Optimus, Gravity Well Studio and Broadcast Management Group, Program Productions, Inc., and Northwestern University. Robert has built a portfolio with several industry leaders and is in high demand! Learn how to maximize your experience and grow your career with Robert Gill II!

The Beonair Network of Media Schools, which includes Ohio Media School, Illinois Media School, Colorado Media School, and Miami Media School, created this series to bring together our students, alums, and anyone interested in professional development topics that will help them achieve career success. The classes and studio sessions are run with the same professional informality that is found throughout the broadcast industry. Our free webinar series is open to anyone interested in exploring current media trends, professional development, and the opportunity to engage in great discussions with industry professionals. 'Learn from a pro to be a pro.' is our message. We know there is no substitute for operating broadcasting tools under broadcast professionals' direction.

Have a passion for media? Is Broadcast Media Career Training Right for You? Join the movement! Stop dreaming, start making, and become a media maker with training at The Beonair Network of Media Schools! Take Our FREE Career Assessment at www.beonair.com." target="_blank">
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BeOnAir Forum: Guest Speaker Ryan Sudol/ Veteran Sports Broadcaster

  • Posted by John Girard
  • On November 29, 2022
Join the BeOnAir Forum for an interactive conversation with Ryan Sudol, a veteran Sports...
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Join the BeOnAir Forum for an interactive conversation with Ryan Sudol, a veteran Sports Broadcasting professional and Alumnus of the Illinois Media School. Ryan will share his career journey and how building bridges over the last 20-plus years have provided him with opportunities to work side-by-side with industry leaders and continue gaining opportunities through his network. He has worked for the NFL, MLB, and US Soccer League, and the list continues.

The Beonair Network of Media Schools, which includes Ohio Media School, Illinois Media School, Colorado Media School, and Miami Media School, created this series to bring together our students, alums, and anyone interested in professional development topics that will help them achieve career success. The classes and studio sessions are run with the same professional informality that is found throughout the broadcast industry. Our free webinar series is open to anyone interested in exploring current media trends, professional development, and the opportunity to engage in great discussions with industry professionals. 'Learn from a pro to be a pro.' is our message. We know there is no substitute for operating broadcasting tools under broadcast professionals' direction.

Have a passion for media? Is Broadcast Media Career Training Right for You? Join the movement! Stop dreaming, start making, and become a media maker with training at The Beonair Network of Media Schools! Take Our FREE Career Assessment at www.beonair.com." target="_blank">