- On Air
- Social Media
- Introduction to social media
- Setting up successful social media profiles
- Increasing engagement through social media
- Developing a social media policy
- Developing a social media strategy
- Evaluating your social media presence
- Using social media to raise revenue
- Social media and the law
- Social media case studies
- About us
Being part of the not-for-profit sector is no excuse for not managing your station well – in fact we’d say the opposite. Your relative lack of resources make it all the more important that your people, building and funds are brilliantly managed as it’s likely that they’re all having to work twice as hard as in the private or public sectors. The chapters and resources in this section will help.
In this section:
Managing Your Station
Many of these topics are covered in great length in specialist textbooks. If you are new to voluntary sector management, your reading should stretch well beyond this Toolkit. But for now, this chapter should offer you a useful overview of the range of expertise a station manager is likely to need.
Money & Monitoring
Community radio is a greedy beast. However many resources – financial, material, human or supportive – you may have at your disposal, a community radio project will swallow them up, burp and ask for seconds.