From the Editor
With the increasing number of options available, why should you consider making Radio magazine a part of your company’s marketing efforts? First and foremost, our readers are your customers and potential customers.
Radio magazine has a long history of bringing our readers the up-to-date and comprehensive information that they rely on in order to do their jobs on a daily basis. Our goal is to give readers a “deeper dive” into the subjects that we cover.
There are a number of things that truly set Radio magazine apart.
- · Radio reaches our readers in print and online through our website, e-mail newsletters, social media, webcasts, product directories and other media platforms.
- · The contributors to Radio magazine are respected industry experts and veterans, having worked at levels from chief engineer of a single station all the way to director of engineering for large broadcast groups. Our editorial team has been “in the trenches” of the broadcast industry for well over 20 years and continues to work with the technology that we cover on a daily basis.
- · Because the contributors and editorial staff at Radio magazine have ongoing experience with the technology and subjects that we cover, we can explain to our readers both how that technology works and how it can be applied in the field.
- · Radio magazine strives to help our readers make informed buying decisions by reporting on current technology and industry trends over time.
Our readers use Radio magazine as a valuable source of information throughout the year. Consider partnering with us in 2015 to reach a wide range of qualified industry professionals with your message.
Shane Toven, CBRE CBNT
Toven has been the editor of Radio magazine since 2014. Before joining Radio, he was the Director of Engineering at Wyoming Public Media, had worked for ENCO systems, at Minnesota Public Radio and started his career at KAXE-FM in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. He was a regular contributor to Radio World and other magazines during that time. He is the chair of SBE Chapter 48, Denver. He is certified as a Broadcast Radio Engineer and a Broadcast Networking Technologist by the Society of Broadcast Engineers. He is actively involved with the Association of Public Radio Engineers.