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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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. They are responsible for the continuity and confirmation of air-time for the station’s programs and advertisements.

For example, offices, meeting spaces, copy area, etc? – Which spaces (if any) within your department should be visible to members of the public on a tour of the facility? – Do any areas (or the whole department) need to be secured from the rest of the facility: Outside of regular office hours? At all times? – How many staff members do you envision having in each department: In five years time? In ten years time? – Which other departments do you interact with regularly? – Ideally, which department would you like to be adjacent to?

Ample and “clean” power. • Limited RF conflicts. ) -See NIMBY discussion on page 60. • Easy in-and-out site access for remote vehicles and required equipment. 54 a face for radio Preliminary Site Possibility Sketch Entercom Communications Kansas City Station Addition Clear Channel Communications Tulsa chapter three move or stay? the site selection process 55 Visibility Selecting a site for new construction or expansion is a combination of what is needed, what management wants, and what the station will be allowed to do.

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