Technorama Tuesdays 181023: Automation Station!!

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So… you’re coming into the silly season, you check availabilities and discover that (once again) all your presenters become unavailable at once.   Do you go off air?  Of course not – you have automation.  But… how do you maintain that live and local sound over the holidays while running great slabs of programming from the computer?

There are ways, and there are ways.   Join us with special guest Peter Gill for a journey into how to keep your listeners and your volunteers happy at the same time.

Who’s this webinar for?

Managers, programmers, presenters, and anyone who is responsible for keeping the automation system sounding good.

What will we cover?

In this free 1-hr online learning experience you’ll:

  • hear from a long-term community and commercial radio station programmer
  • get useful tips on making the automation sound like you’re really there
  • have the opportunity to discuss different automation platforms
  • be able to ask questions and get suggestions from other programmers and systems experts

It doesn’t matter which automation system you use – or maybe you don’t have automation yet and this will help you make some useful decisions

This Technorama Training Tuesday webinar will be presented by Peter Gill and will be moderated by Emma Couch (Technorama Board member).  Plus a team of experts waiting in the wings.

When is it?

Tuesday 30 October 2018 at 18:30  (that’s 6:30PM) Australian Eastern Daylight Time.

How do I sign up?

Easy:  click here.


Nothing more than an hour of your time on a Tuesday night.

Our presenters

Peter Gill is a Technorama member, a CMTO Trainer and Coast FM Volunteer.  Peter has been actively involved in community and commercial radio for over 40 years, from DJing and producing through to working as both a Programming and Production Manager at various stations. His extensive experience also covers training and mentoring, in-house at stations as well as for JMC Academy.   Peter currently works at Coast FM in Cairns.
Emma Couch is CMTO National Training Manager and a Technorama Board Member. Emma has a strong history in Community Radio. During university, she started volunteering at a local station and over the past 10 yrs has held various roles including Board Member, Broadcaster, Producer and Trainer, leading to a career with the CBAA and now the CMTO.

Emma’s interest in broadcast technology was piqued when she saw a need for her local station’s tech to have an apprentice. While not as handy as she had hoped to be on the tools, supported by her role at the CMTO Emma fulfilled a passion to encourage other would-be technologists into the right training pathways.

Technorama Tuesdays is an initiative of Technorama Incorporated, and is supported by the Community Media Training Organisation.