“I Have to Blog a Blog Too?” Radio Jocks and Online Blogging

  title={“I Have to Blog a Blog Too?” Radio Jocks and Online Blogging},
  author={Barry Rooke and Helen Hambly Odame},
  journal={Journal of Radio \& Audio Media},
  pages={35 - 52}
  • B. Rooke, H. Odame
  • Published 1 January 2013
  • Education
  • Journal of Radio & Audio Media
As the host of a radio show, a radio jock is often required or elects to post supplemental online writing or blogs as a way to bridge the gap between on-air personality and online interactive individual. However, to this date there is little or no research around the wants and motivations for an on-air personality to disclose information via an online blog. This article looks into the connection between digital biography of the modern-day radio jock as supplemental show information and… 

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