How To Stay Out of Trouble

Why the FREE Staying Out Of Trouble On the Radio eBook can save your job one day

Staying Out Of Trouble On The Radio eBookThe best way to stay out of trouble on the radio  is to know and understand the rules of the game before you turn on the microphone. It is not just WHAT you can’t say on air. It is also about WHY you can’t go there.

This exclusive  Staying Out Of Trouble On the Radio eBook is filled with the Do’s, Don’ts and Why’s of broadcasting. You will find all the rules in this eBook Guide from the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB), the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA Canada)

This is must reading for ALL who speak on the radio in any format – especially if you take calls from listeners or discuss controversial issues on the radio. There are a lot of landmines out there when you’re on the air and get involved in a heated debate. This eBook Guide will help you step around those landmines and rescue you, when you end up crossing the line.

As an added bonus for radio program directors, news directors and general managers, this eBook has an entire chapter about our winning formula for dealing with complaints from radio listeners and the CBSC.

Order your FREE copy today of the Staying Out Of Trouble On The Radio eBook. Just email skowch@gmail.com Write TROUBLE in the subject line.

Here is  the eBook Guide’s table of contents:

Introduction      

PART ONE

Regulatory framework and general principles about what hosts can and can’t say on the radio

PART TWO

Tips to hosts on how to stay out of trouble on the radio

PART THREE

My guide on how managers should deal with complaints

PART FOUR

Reprints:

Frequently asked questions from the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council

Highlights of Canadian Association of Broadcasters Equitable Portrayal Code 

Canadian Association of Broadcasters Code of Ethics 

Radio Television Digital National Association Code of Ethics 

Elections Canada rules governing media’s role during elections