Gents, I want to present: a new category : Useful Links
We will feature web- / blog sites about radio imaging, great pop culture websites, shops for studio gear and much more in the following weeks. Today I want to feature the best radio imaging blogs / radio websites. The guys running these, do a fantastic job influencing, updating almost daily and inspiring the imaging community and the radio world. These links are must go to’s – go check it out.
Ryan is a benztown crew member and our country imaging director. He runs the famous ryan on the radio blog and contributes great stuff to the community through the producers podcast, where we and heaps of others much more talented producers / vo talent particapated already.
Novell is based in the Philipines and he shares the latest infos, updates and everything else matters to the imaging communities. He also uses facebook and twitter heavyly to feed the beast.
Daryl Mission is the mastermind behind this blog. Daryl worked for several ozzi radio brans and runs his own production company. His passion is Imaging. He is a great pal and features mainly ozzy imaging gods and their work as well as video tutorials and great audio examples.
Matthieu Blaise is a French imaging legend and did several posts on our blog. His blog is in french and mainly reports about the french imaging and the french radio scence.
The brand new blog of my close buddy Mike Santos. Blog users know him throug several posts. To the others, Mike is a multi format imaging superstar working out of Denver, who loves soccer, martial arts and…..since a few weeks : ProTools. (Oli and I made him convert from Auditon)
James is a great guy, who used to work at Capital Radio and now now works for the BBC. His blog is mainly reporting from the UK radio szene, but he also features imaging guys, his work and lots of other stuff.
7. Dave Foxx
What shouldI say except: The legend himself. Personal stuff, Dave’s great work and inspirational content.
If you know more resources you want to share with the community pleas send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org or post a comment below