Ways in Which Radio Station Operators Get to Obtain Feedback from Listeners About Their Programs

There are several ways in which radio station operators get to obtain feedback from listeners, about their programs.

The first way in which radio station operators get to obtain feedback from listeners about their programs is through the phone. Many nowadays have (what typically turn out to be quite interesting) call-in sessions, during which listener views on various issues are aired.

The second way in which radio station operators get to obtain feedback from listeners about their programs is through social networking sites, such as Facebook. They tend to have ‘walls’ where listeners can post their views.

The third way in which radio station operators get to obtain feedback from listeners about their programs is through email. Some of the big radio stations have sophisticated email systems purposely set up for collection of feedback from listeners. Upcoming radio stations on the other hand, go as far as using Gmail or Yahoo Mail (whose set up info is to be found at ymailcom.org), specifically on this page or this post, to receive feedback from listeners. Truth be told, the listeners in question tend to be highly opinionated people, who are more focused on getting their views heard out, and who pay sparse attention to the type of email system used.

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