A Face for Radio. Radio station planning and design by Peter Bloomfield, Mark Motl and Vilma Barr (Auth.)

By Peter Bloomfield, Mark Motl and Vilma Barr (Auth.)

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Employees who are assigned to assist sales managers and associates – secretaries and graphic specialists – need a dedicated work area to produce sales and marketing materials, complete with printing, duplicating, collating, and binding machines. f. • 24” deep cabts / dwrs • 12” deep wall cabts • space for copiers, printers, etc Sales Area a Rend endering ering Entercom Communications Kansas City chapter two program development 23 Promotions Traffic The Promotions Department can be situated in a variety of locations with these factors taken into account: If Engineering is the station’s link to the world, then the Traffic Department is the link between Sales and Programming.

50 a face for radio Mission Kansas Kansas City Site Selection Analysis In the end, Entercom negotiated for and bought a 60,000-square-foot facility, although the programmatic needs called for 40,000 square feet. The remaining space was to be leased and provide additional income. It will also present opportunities for future expansion. Merriam Kansas Mission Kansas Site Studies Main Lobby chapter three move or stay? the site selection process 51 Site Selection Typically, criteria determining the location of the station require the input and experience of several professionals.

Otherwise, a multi-purpose room can be fitted for audio and visual equipment needed to carry out the training sessions. Conference Room Entercom Communications Boston chapter two program development 37 Space Allocation Comparisons A space use analysis chart should be used as a general guide to evaluate or establish the space use requirements for your facility. With any specific project, there will be special considerations and they should be identified early on. studios engineering (TOC) private offices open offices conference / training lobby support circulation The pie chart represents broadcast facilities of varying sizes.

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