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Live365 Broadcasters Facebook Group Improvements

Hey broadcasters!

We have a lot of exciting things going on in the Live365 Broadcasters Facebook group currently that we want to update you on!

We recently enabled Social Learning in the group, which has created a whole new "Learning" section that is filled with neatly organized information. We currently have 11 units that we are constantly updating with new posts to make it easy for you to find information you are looking for within the group. The units include informational radio articles, licensing questions, FAQ, third-party services and software questions, and more! Aside from updating the current units, we will be creating new units as needed to categorize all of the awesome existing information within the group.

Also, we recently enabled Mentorship in the group, which creates a way for broadcasters to easily connect with each other for radio-related help. Under the "Mentorship" section, you can now sign up to either be a mentor or mentee. After signing up, you can then browse a list of available mentors and mentees, and message people you’re interested in connecting with. Whether you are a veteran broadcaster looking to help out fellow broadcasters, or a new broadcaster looking to learn the ropes, the Mentorship program is here for you to make use of. To sign up for the Mentorship program and learn a bit more, click here.

*Please note that the Mentorship program is only for radio-related help, it is not a forum to offer or request help for personal matters. Those that do not abide by those guidelines may be removed from the group.

Other new additions to the group include broadcaster polls, industry-related informational videos, tips of the week, equipment reviews, and more! These are just some of the new additions and we are working on adding a lot more to the group, so stay tuned!

We are really excited to continue improving the Facebook group and provide more opportunities for learning and engagement within the community. We hope that our broadcasters are also excited about the improvements and we would like to encourage all broadcasters to get involved in the group.

If you haven't seen all the new things happening in the group, check out the group here! And, if you are a Live365 broadcaster, but aren't in the group already, request to be a member here.

As always, if you have any suggestions on ways to improve the group further or things that you would like to see, feel free to let us know!

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About Michelle Ruoff

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