Crafting Voices: An Interview with BFM’s Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan
By William Tham
MANY YEARS AGO, an unnamed German programme director, in conversation with Walter Benjamin, recalled how his first foray into broadcasting did not quite go according to plan:The radio listener is almost always a solitary individual […] you need to behave as if you were speaking to a solitary individual but in no case to a large gathering of people.Several decades on, how has this changed? What does the radio landscape look like for the people behind the microphone?The Art of...
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