Walter Sabo knows talk radio. He’s been consulting some of the most successful talk shows and talk networks for decades. Now Walter joins Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack for an enlightening conversation about what’s wrong with today’s talk radio, and how engineers can play a key role in bringing listeners, success, and ratings to great radio programming.
- Bad College Radio – a parody presented early in the Sterling on Sunday show for Dec 9, 2018
- The Usual Edition – a parody of public radio – starts at 52:22 on the Dec 9, 2018 Sterling show
- Walter M. Sterling – web site
- QGoLive – remote broadcasting software
- Digigram Q-Mic
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