We are compiling resources here on obit procedures.
The challenge was to keep this station on air during the pandemic by building a studio at home. But could it be done for less than £1,000? Watch here.
The Coronavirus Tech Handbook is a crowdsourced library of tools, services and resources relating to COVID-19 response. It is a rapidly evolving resource with thousands of expert contributors.
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Much of the time, microphones are used in situations where germs can spread with ease. This can especially be the case in theatre and broadcast situations with many different users using mics held or placed close to the mouth. In all situations, cleaning your mics regularly is a good idea for everyone.
We have complied some advice on how to use the Zooom video conferencing platform more safely here.
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Radio TechCon is the UK Radio and audio industry's technical and engineering event. But what if you are new to broadcast engineering and want an overview of the basics? This page is the place to start, with the virtual 'Radio Technology Masterclass - an introduction to broadcast engineering'.
This tutorial from the Grassroots Radio Conference 2020 is an overview of different software and strategies for remote broadcasting. The topics include Zoom, Squadcast, Riverside.fm, Ringr, Zencastr, phone interviews, Cleanfeed, split-tracking, Dropbox, Splashtop, VPN, Rocket Broadcaster, and Radio Hijack.
The team from Radio TechCon is offering technical help to community radio stations.
We will endeavour to keep these pages updated as and when guidance and information changes.