Public radio, and radio in general, is at risk of disruption by new audio technologies (podcasts, etc). However there are interesting opportunities when a longer-term technology-strategy view is brought to bear.
This presentation is from an invited talk at the Australian ABC Radio National ( August 2009) as part of their strategic process.
Here’s how they describe themselves: “With over 60 distinct programs each week, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National is different from any other radio station in Australia. Where else could you hear, for example, an exploration of ideas in science, followed by the latest in books from around the world, then a program about the mind and human behaviour?”
What do you think? What else do you see in the future of radio?