I’m a radio station.
I like radio, I love broadcasting, I enjoy getting to talk about things, and I like the freedom to do so.
The problem with radio is that we don’t get paid for our time, and it’s an expensive business to do.
And when you’re a radio operator, the more you’re spending on advertising, the less likely you are to get any good result.
So the solution to the problem is not to buy a new station, or buy a whole new radio station, but to negotiate a radio broadcast contract.
A contract is the agreement between you and the broadcaster, and in this case the broadcaster is you, a station owner, and the radio station is the listener.
And it’s the station owner who decides what happens when a live radio show comes on, and who pays for the airtime.
It’s the broadcaster who decides how long the show is going to be, and if the show will air in your station.
A broadcast contract is one of the biggest headaches broadcasters have to deal with, and we want to talk to you about ways to get out of them.
This article was originally published in the March 2016 issue of Independent Australia, available to download in print here.