Digital Online Streaming Empowerment Through Business Education

Live Weekly Online Radio Talk Show Series


Brought to you by COMETSA Business Academy (CBA)

Are you looking to harness the power of digital broadcasting and elevate your communication skills in the digital realm? COMETSA Business Academy (CBA) presents an unparalleled opportunity through its Live Weekly Online Radio Talk Show Series. This initiative embodies the essence of digital online streaming empowerment through meticulous business education. For more details, visit COMETSA Business Academy.

The Digital Online Streaming Mastery Development Program by COMETSA is meticulously crafted to equip individuals with not just the basics but a comprehensive skill set in live digital online streaming, including moderating, hosting, anchoring, and DJing. This program is your ticket to mastering digital broadcasting, ensuring you’re adept at engaging and entertaining audiences across any digital platform, be it public or private. Participants will emerge with the ability to conceptualize, develop, produce, and deliver captivating live digital online radio, podcast, and video talk shows. Beyond skill acquisition, COMETSA commits to ongoing support, ensuring your confidence in hosting shows is unwavering. This encompasses maintaining a show register for compliance and effectiveness, fostering a professional and organized approach to digital broadcasting. The foundational theoretical content is imparted by COMETSA Business Academy (CBA), and is brought to life by facilitators from COMETSA Global Online Channels. Practical, hands-on training is conducted at COMETSA Radio Worldwide (CRW) and the Insights Online Podcast, enhancing learning through real-world application. Visit COMETSA Radio Worldwide and Insights Online Podcast for more.

The curriculum is divided into forty meticulously designed units, each addressing a critical aspect of digital broadcasting. From the Evolution of Digital Online Radio and Podcasting to Content Creation, Personal Branding, and Facilitation Skills, each unit is a step towards mastering the art of digital communication. Here’s a snapshot of what each unit offers:

  • Unit 1: Introduction & Overview: Begin your journey into digital broadcasting with an introduction to the essential concepts and skills. This foundation is pivotal for understanding the digital landscape and your role within it. Learn more at Train-the-Trainer (HRC).
  • Unit 2: Evolution of Digital Online Radio: Delve into the history and progressive development of digital online radio. Understanding the evolution provides context for current practices and future innovations. Enhance your knowledge of digital citizenship with the course available at Digital Citizenship (CDC).
  • Unit 3: Evolution of Podcasting: Podcasting has become a significant medium in digital broadcasting. Explore its origins and rise to prominence, and learn how to leverage this platform effectively. Further details on digital citizenship, which covers podcasting, can be found at Digital Citizenship (CDC).
  • Unit 4: Streaming as an Offer: Discover how to offer streaming content that captures and retains an audience. This includes understanding the technical aspects of streaming and creating engaging webinar content. For guidance on creating great webinars, visit Creating a Great Webinar (SMC).
  • Unit 5: Content Creation: Content is king in the digital space. This unit is crucial for learning how to create compelling, informative, and engaging content for your audience. Knowledge management plays a vital role in this process, and you can learn more at Knowledge Management (SuMC).
  • Unit 6: Conduct 1 – Self Introduction: This unit focuses on crafting an engaging self-introduction, leveraging Personal Branding principles to make a memorable first impression. For more insights, visit Personal Branding (CDC).
  • Unit 7: Conduct 2 – Introducing Co-Hosts: Learn the art of introducing co-hosts in a way that highlights their strengths and establishes synergy. Details at Personal Branding (CDC).
  • Unit 8: Conduct 3 – Introducing the Guests: Master the skill of guest introductions, creating anticipation and engagement from the audience. Explore more at Personal Branding (CDC).
  • Unit 9: Conduct 4 – Introducing the Station: This unit teaches you how to effectively introduce the station, setting the stage for a successful show. Learn the essentials at Marketing Basics (SMC).
  • Unit 10: Conduct 5 – Check-In and Start the Show: Kick off your show with confidence and flair, ensuring a smooth transition into the heart of the program. Discover techniques at Taking the Initiative (PDC).
  • Unit 11: Conduct 6 – Affirmation and Motivation: Learn to weave motivational segments into your show, uplifting and inspiring your audience. For guidance, visit Life Coaching Essentials (PDC).
  • Unit 12: Conduct 7 – Leading the Conversation: This unit empowers you to steer conversations effectively, maintaining engagement and depth. Check out Facilitation Skills (SuMC).
  • Unit 13: Conduct 8 – Following Up in Conversation: Develop the skill to build on conversation threads, enriching the discussion and keeping the audience hooked. Learn more at Appreciative Inquiry (WEC).
  • Unit 14: Conduct 9 – Challenging with Dignity: This final unit equips you with the ability to challenge viewpoints respectfully, fostering a culture of constructive criticism and growth. For insights, visit Delivering Constructive Criticism (WEC).
  • Unit 15: Conduct 10 – Holding Debates and Arguments: Sharpen your public speaking abilities to hold compelling debates and arguments. Enhance your skills at Public Speaking (PDC).
  • Unit 16: Conduct 11 – Listening Actively and Generatively: Cultivate the skill of active and generative listening, critical for effective communication. Further your expertise at Attention Management (PDC).
  • Unit 17: Conduct 12 – Eating and Drinking Etiquette: Refine your etiquette to maintain professionalism in settings that involve food and drink. Learn more at Improving Self-Awareness (PDC).
  • Unit 18: Conduct 13 – Focusing and Presencing: Develop your presence and focus, key to engaging your audience and guests. Advance your mindfulness at Improving Mindfulness (PDC).
  • Unit 19: Conduct 14 – Mobile Phone Etiquette: Understand the importance of mobile phone etiquette in a professional setting. Explore self-awareness techniques at Improving Self-Awareness (PDC).
  • Unit 20: Conduct 15 – Being Authentic: Learn the importance of authenticity and developing emotional intelligence. Dive deeper at Developing Emotional Intelligence (PDC).
  • Unit 21: Conduct 16 – Projection: Master the art of projecting your voice and ideas for social learning. Build your social learning skills at Social Learning (PDC).
  • Unit 22: Conduct 17 – Respectful Interaction: Engage in respectful interactions, an essential part of attention management. Improve interaction skills at Attention Management (PDC).
  • Unit 23: Conduct 18 – Promoting the Show: Utilize social media marketing techniques to promote your digital broadcast effectively. Get to grips with social media at Social Media Marketing (SMC).
  • Unit 24: Conduct 19 – Making the Show Go Viral: Learn the fundamentals of internet marketing to increase your show’s reach. Delve into internet marketing at Internet Marketing Fundamentals (SMC).
  • Unit 25: Conduct 20 – Guests Criteria: Understand the criteria for selecting guests with the right interpersonal skills. Enhance your guest selection process at Interpersonal Skills (CDC).
  • Unit 26: Conduct 21 – Sourcing Guests: Acquire skills in proposal writing to source the perfect guests for your show. Learn proposal writing techniques at Proposal Writing (SMC).
  • Unit 27: Conduct 22 – Identifying Subject Matter Experts (SMEs): Develop the ability to identify and engage SMEs for your content. Get strategic with Goal-Setting and Getting Things Done (PDC).
  • Unit 28: Conduct 23 – Reputation of the Guests: Gauge the reputation of guests effectively to enhance the credibility of your show. Discover more at Personal Branding (CDC).
  • Unit 29: Conduct 24 – Networking as a Source: Utilize networking to source content and guests. Build your networking skills at Networking Outside the Company (WEC).
  • Unit 30: Conduct 25 – After Care: Provide excellent aftercare to guests and listeners alike, an integral part of customer service. Master customer service at Customer Service (WEC).
  • Unit 31: Conduct 26 – Planning and Implementation: Hone organisational skills for effective planning and implementation of your show. Organise your show using skills from Organisational Skills (ASC).
  • Unit 32: Conduct 27 – Knowing Your Guests: Understand your guests in-depth through social intelligence to facilitate engaging conversations. Enhance guest interactions at Social Intelligence (PDC).
  • Unit 33: Conduct 28 – Set Rules and Principles: Establish clear rules and principles to lead your team and influence your show’s direction. Learn about leadership at Leadership and Influence (SuMC).
  • Unit 34: Conduct 29 – Holding Briefings: Master the art of meeting management to hold effective briefings. Develop meeting skills at Meeting Management (ASC).
  • Unit 35: Conduct 30 – News and Media Mastery: Become adept in media and public relations to enhance your show’s profile. Dive into PR strategies at Media and Public Relations (SMC).
  • Unit 36: Conduct 31 – Representing the Listeners: Learn to represent your listeners effectively through communication strategies. Improve communication at Communication Strategies (CDC).
  • Unit 37: Conduct 32 – Being in Control: This unit focuses on self-leadership, a crucial skill for staying in command of your broadcast. Strengthen your leadership with Self-Leadership (SuMC).
  • Unit 38: Conduct 33 – Time Management: Learn to efficiently manage time during your broadcasts, ensuring timely execution of all segments. Master this essential skill at Time Management (CDC).
  • Unit 39: Conduct 34 – Sourcing Themes and Topics: Develop the ability to source compelling themes and topics using critical thinking. Enhance your content at Critical Thinking (PDC).
  • Unit 40: Conduct 35 – Checking-Out and Ending the Show: Discover best practices for wrapping up your show effectively and leaving your audience eager for the next episode. Boost your productivity with Personal Productivity (PDC).

Join Our Weekly Live Shows:

Tune in to COMETSA Radio Worldwide (CRW) every Tuesday for our DIGITAL ONLINE STREAMING MASTERY SHOW, where we delve into the units and conducts of our comprehensive program. The live shows provide practical insights and applications for the skills taught throughout the course.

Show Schedule:

Starting at 18h00 and concluding at 19h00, South Africa Standard Time (SAST).

Stay Connected:

Download the Radio App: Get the COMETSA Radio App for Android or iOS and be part of the conversation.

Online Streaming: Access the broadcast through our streaming links on Cometsa-GoC.Com or CometsaRadioWorldwide.Com.

Quality Selections: Choose between standard quality (192 kbps MP3) on CometsaRadioWorldwideStandard.Com or mobile quality (64 kbps AAC) on CometsaRadioWorldwideMobile.Com.

Catch Up on Previous Episodes:

If you’ve missed any episodes, listen to them at the INSIGHTS Online Podcast.

The Digital Online Streaming Mastery Development Program by COMETSA Business Academy offers an expansive curriculum designed to make you a distinguished figure in the realm of digital broadcasting. These sessions are invaluable for those looking to make an impact with their digital presence, sharpen their communication skills, and grow their network in the digital space. Join us live to start transforming your digital broadcasting capabilities today!

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