Interview with James Cridland: how can radio make optimal use of the internet and multimedia platformsLaatste update: 26/05/2011
Bron: James Cridland's blog
Land: Verenigd Koninkrijk
I normally try to help students with their work, and Fien contacts me to help with his research, which “tries to find out how we can make optimal use of the Internet and the multimedia platforms for radio.”
Do you remember how you got in contact with radio for the first time?
My first radio was a special offer from Kelloggs Frosties. I got it when I was six or seven; it was shaped in the style of a packet of cereal. I was -amazed- how they got the up-to-date music and news into it. Absolutely amazed. I think I was hooked since then.
Through which medium do you listen to radio most often? (FM, AM, Internet, DAB, digital television, …) Which medium do you prefer and why?
I listen through DAB most often. It has the stations I want on it, and I have a radio in every room in the house.
Besides listening, how do you follow radiobroadcasters? (Following the website, blog, social network sites, …)
I do follow many radio station (and radio presenter) Twitter feeds, though that’s mostly for work purposes. I rarely visit radio station websites to ‘follow’ stations; though do occasionally to discover more about the programmes.
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