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Skype for podcasts

by Andrew Hughes – 13th February, 2020

Generally, most podcast studios want to get all the contributors into the studio. Not only does it make for better interaction between guests through eye contact etc, it also means that the studio has full control of the audio quality. But what happens when one of the contributors is in a different city and simply can’t travel? Andrew Hughes looks at the options.

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Our Podcast Choices – December 2019

by Andrew Hughes – 9th December 2019

London Podcast Studio

We don’t only make podcasts, we also love listening to them. Here’s our pick of what we’re currently listening to on the way to work:

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Christmas Opening Hours 2019

by Andrew Hughes – 4th December, 2019

Here are our opening hours for the 2019 festive period:

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Creating Podcasts

by Mark Hall – 15th November, 2019

I’ve recorded and produced many different podcasts in our west London studio, and it now seems that there isn’t anything you can’t ‘pod’ about. From doctors to dogs, fashion to food and make-up to music, we really have heard it all.

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“Houston, we have a problem…”, or Troubleshooting Your Radio Mics

by Graham Caplin – 13th November, 2019

When you hire from Radio Facilities you can be confident that your equipment has been thoroughly tested beforehand. But even with the best maintenance and preparation sometimes things do go wrong. In this article we’re concentrating on radio mic issues, taking you through a simple set of checks to determine where the problem lies.

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Wheelchair Accessibility at Radio Facilities

by Andrew Hughes – 3rd October, 2019

Disabled logo photo by AbsolutVision on Unsplash

We have recently taken steps to make our office and studio as wheelchair accessible as it can be. In this blog, we explain these measures.

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Creating the Perfect Corporate Podcast

by Andrew Hughes – 17th May, 2019

London Podcast Studio

Corporate podcasting has seen a huge rise over the past few years. We’ve recorded a fair number of them in our London podcast studio, so thought we might compile a list of dos and don’ts, so you can avoid some of the pitfalls we’ve seen people fall into over the years.

Here’s our advice:

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What will the impact of a hard Brexit be on the pan-European radio mic frequency band?

by Andrew Hughes – 21st February, 2019

Way back in 2015, I wrote about the introduction of a new Europe-wide radio mic licence band. This band is effectively 823-832 Mhz and we have found it to be a very useful addition to our Ofcom licence. With Brexit fast approaching, I thought it might be useful to look at what “no deal” Brexit might mean for radio mic customers using a “programme maker and special event” (PMSE) licence.

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