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The Rock-itt : December 2010
this seemingly technical event will have far wider human implications for the development of RNB over the coming year, with many presenters salivating at the new possibilities now at their finger tips. The next main area of development at the station will be the complete overhaul of the RNB website. With almost any media entity running through the internet these days it is essential to embrace the access the internet can bring us, with the exciting game-changing experience of live streaming, an enhanced program guide, photo galleries, community and station news pages – t his is perhaps the most important innovation planned at RNB and one we hope to have running within a few months. One area of improvement already bearing fruit at the station is an increased focus on training new presenters, to the extent that many are now hitting the ground running when it comes to their on air abilities. Another is the continual technical improvements engendered over the past year, from recording of programs directly onto computer to a fully-functioning off-air production studio. All this has helped flesh-out our on air content and in addition, many presenters have embraced a variety of multi-media enhancements to their own shows such as Facebook pages, podcasting, YouTube and even their own websites. Given the special geographical nature of the Northern Beaches, which gives a vast area and population a unique ‘community’ feel for Sydney and our own position as the sole community radio station on the peninsula, in many ways Radio Northern Beaches has been a sleeping giant. But with all the development, hard work and boundless energy of the past year being funnelled into the station rather than just staying alive and on air, all the effort volunteers have put into the station – from Chairman David Barr to the host of new presenters – is finally paying off. The more of a connection we make with the community, the more it becomes obvious that there are many more people out there like us that appreciate informative, local, passionate programming not being spoon fed to them by corporate media. Thanks to all the members, presenters and listeners at Radio Northern Beaches and a very merry Christmas! Sydney Multicultural Festival Warriewood Square broadcast Young fans We haven’t disappeared, just moved around the back into Market Lane, almost opposite the entrance to Manly Library We are offering the same great deals on all types of custom picture framing 3 Market Lane, Manly NSW 2095 Phone: 99778262 Mob: 0423 619 144