Despite, (or thanks to Billions in foreign investment in Eskom), 7.2 Million tons of SA’s best coal is destined for China from Richards Bay Harbor while South Africans suffer under rolling blackouts. 36 Chinese ships are waiting for coal to be loaded in Richards Bay Harbour. Each ship takes about 36 hours to be loaded with 200,000 tons of coal per ship average. The coal is Grade A anthracite.
Jan Blohm is weer in die kollig met Die Liefde Album. Die rebelseun is ouer en mens hoor die lesse van die lewe in sy lirieke.
Dis rou, akoesties en die kitaar sny diep saam met die woorde. Die stories is gevleg met blues, rock en Jan se unieke digkuns, maar hier gaan als oor die liefde.
Soms maak die liefde seer, ander kere gaan dit beter. Die Liefde Album is soos om ’n roman te lees en vertel die verhaal van ’n man wat weet wie hy nou is en wat vir hom belangrik is.
Jan se toekennings deur die jare is ’n getuigskrif van sy talent en op die album het hy die sluise oopgemaak. Dis oorsronklik, net soos hy kan en ’n moet vir aanhangers, oud en nuut.
Loer hier onder na een van sy treffers op die album:- Jan Blohm – Liefde Maak
Lam op die spit 3-gang buffet – eet soveel as wat jy wil – met lewendige vermaak, bon vuur en kontant kroeg.
Datum:- 11 – 14 Julie 2018
Tyd:- 18:30 tot laat
Toegang:- R350 p/p/p/d
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Pap met vark kaaings en uie en tamatie smoor
Boerbrood, met botter en tuisgemaakte tam
Randpark Ridge has been without electricity since Saturday morning and whilst City Power and Eskom blame each other residents are left in the dark – figuratively and literally.
While it has consistently maintained popularity and ubiquity among all ages of U.S. listeners, radio perhaps lost its place in line with advertisers as new, shinier audio offerings pervaded the landscape.
That distraction appears to be fading. After combatting a stagnant ad market and losing dollars to those data-rich digital channels, the radio industry is getting revived interest and increased activity from marketers and advertisers.
Inside Radio’s two-part Monday feature offers a sleek dive into radio’s rediscovery by Madison Avenue, which—again—appears to be recognizing radio’s ability to reach the masses with proven content, alongside expanded platforms like digital audio, mobile apps, podcasts and live events.
“Radio just sort of fell out of their consciousness. So now we’re reintroducing it to them. And they’re engaging, they’re very open to it,” offers Nielsen’s Head of Audio Brad Kelly.
And at a time when
Entercom has recruited a pair of digital publishing vets in new executive roles at Radio.com as it prepares to make a strategic shift at the streaming audio platform it acquired last November from CBS Radio.
Pamela Russo, most recently with Meredith Corp., will join as senior VP and general manager on April 30, while Entertainment Weekly executive editor of digital Christopher Rosen comes on board as editorial director.
Entercom says Russo will oversee the Radio.com brand and business, focusing on advertiser and consumer products, client development and revenue growth, content and talent partnerships, distribution strategy, and audience development. Tapping into the company’s radio stations and live events, she’s tasked with developing the streaming service’s brand voice and positioning, while building out its staff to a quickly grow the platform.
Rosen will take a content development role, overseeing editorial and video strategy, while m
AM/FM radio continues to dominate a rapidly expanding audio universe in the U.S., accounting for half the time Americans spend listening to audio. AM/FM grabbed a 50% “share of ear” according to new first quarter 2018 data from Edison Research – more than triple that of streaming audio. The new numbers include both AM/FM radio delivered over the air and via online streaming. But broadcast radio receivers are far and away the top device for listening to audio.
Since its inception four years ago, Edison’s quarterly Share Of Ear studies have become the de facto way to stack various audio sources up against one another to see how Americans allocate their audio time. With AM/FM, streaming and podcasts each measured by different measurement providers, using different methodologies, Share Of Ear has emerged as the definite single-source barometer for all things audio.
At 50%, the amount of time Americans 13+ spend with AM/FM is more than triple that for streaming audi
Jan Blohm and band will entertain guests at our place with a rustic feel…for adults and kids … where parents can relax and enjoy the best of what Riebeek valley has to offer, while the children are entertained fed and very happy right next door.
Date:- 20 April 2018
Time:- From 13:00 until 22:00
We only have 70 seats at tables, 8 seats at the bar and 4 seats at the Bruid’s table for the adventurous theatre enthusiast. If you do not want to miss out on this incredible show..plz rsvp and book in advance.
There is also a childrens side/Theatre with a light meal, sweeties,drinks, entertainment, full time supervision and lots of fun for R100.
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It wasn’t so long ago that the radio industry was collectively shuffling its feet as in-car listening—AM/FM’s bread and butter—was subsiding amid a threatening new technology called “streaming,” as at-home and at-home tune-in were also declining. Well, look at us now. While traditional over the air AM/FM remains the mothership, broadcasters at the 2018 NAB Show this month made clear that the industry has now created its own digital revolution.
During the National Association of Broadcasters convention last week in Las Vegas—which brought together 94,000 attendees from 161 countries and 1,800+ exhibitors—station streaming has become a given. Add proprietary websites and social media, and the likes of mobile apps, smart speaker skills, podcasting, ROI and geo-fencing.
Indeed, all of this dizzying change is, in fact, prompting broadcasters to reimagine what business they’re in, Entercom senior VP, Corporate Business Development Tim Murph
South Africa’s public broadcaster, the SABC, has announced several exciting changes to presenter line-ups on its radio stations, underscoring the need to stay relevant and stay tuned to listeners’ needs.
But the process isn’t without a great big elephant in the room: The Sakina Kamwendo situation. Kamwendo abruptly disappeared off air midway through her Forum at 8 show on Friday morning, replaced by music for the remainder of her allotted time. Rumours pointed to the show’s producers being told to take her off the air. Social media went crazy, with fans demanding answers.
Good Hope FM mixes it up, big time
There’s a new breakfast show host on Good Hope FM, and he’s the youngest since the legendary Mark Gillman shook up the station back in 1995. He’s 24-year-old Dan Corder, who started his radio career at UCT Radio, and he’s the youngest breakfast show presenter in the country. “We know Dan is a great fit for ou