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James Cridland’s International Radio Trends: The Future of Radio in the Netherlands – and is 5G the future?

by James Cridland

James Cridland’s International Radio Trends is a column by the Australia-based radio futurologist. THIS WEEK: A savvy video about defining radio in the Netherlands. Examining the role of 5G in radio’s future. Continue Reading

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James Cridland’s International Radio Trends: NPR – podcasting will be bigger than radio next year

by James Cridland

James Cridland’s International Radio Trends is a column by the Australia-based radio futurologist. THIS WEEK: A new milestone on the horizon at NPR. Several sets of statistics on radio in the U.S. Much more. Continue Reading

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James Cridland’s International Radio Trends: Switzerland to switch off FM; and Lazy Buggles

by James Cridland

James Cridland’s International Radio Trends is a column by the Australia-based radio futurologist. THIS WEEK: Switzerland’s new timeline for an FM shutoff. A showcase of James’ most-loathed phrase in its full, misleading glory. Continue Reading

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James Cridland’s International Radio Trends: Google Assistant – even more like a DJ

by James Cridland

James Cridland’s International Radio Trends is a column by the Australia-based radio futurologist. THIS WEEK: Google Assistant as voice-operated DJ. A listen back to radio from 1969. Exploring visual augmentations. RAJAR stats. Much more. Continue Reading

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Stas Tushinskiy: Inside the AI Challenge of Making Interactive Voice Ads Actually Viable

by Stas Tushinskiy

This guest column by Stas Tushinskiy, Instreamatic CEO and co-founder, offers insights on the challenges of interactive voice ads. One is the rather obvious hurdle of making tech understand natural language that’s opaque and unclear. The other might involve some cursing. Continue Reading

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James Cridland’s International Radio Trends: The future of radio in 1972

by James Cridland

James Cridland’s International Radio Trends is a column by the Australia-based radio futurologist. THIS WEEK: James reflects on the value (or lack of value) in music logs for radio presenters. Plus, an artistic look at the past future from the more distant past. Continue Reading