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  • Matt Cundill

Talent Coaching Excerpts with Mr. Paul Kaye

Updated: Dec 11, 2019




Paul Kaye is the National Talent Coach for Rogers Radio. He held a similar role at Newcap in Calgary (Amp 90.3) and Vancouver (Z95.3) before heading to Toronto to join Rogers owned Kiss 92.5.

His blog posts are widely shared and refreshing in a era where what constitutes great content is frequently contested. What's really encouraging is that the positions involving "talent" and "coaching" are (re)appearing in companies across North America.

When I spoke with Paul, he was exhaling from a busy year and looking forward to 2017 and all it's possibilities.


It can be a confusing world out there.

Audiences are not what they used to be. There is more choice, more fragmentation and pretty much more of everything than ever before. Traditional ways of thinking are being challenged. New platforms and technologies are emerging and merging, and buckets of data are being produced. How do you go beyond the data to something you can actually use? How do you make sense of it all? How do you get out of the weeds to focus on the big picture? They offer strategic insights, customizable modern products, market perspectives and their personal commitment to help you make sense of your Canadian radio and television audiences. ultimately, they can help you grow your business. Talk to NLogic today and be better positioned for tomorrow.


I also made light of the 2017 Allan Waters Young Broadcaster Award. 2013 recipient Amanda Logan appeared to make the weekly plea for advertising. You can hear her weeknights on Toronto's Z103.5. The nominations are open this is the 2017 site.

#rogers #talent #coaching #newcap

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