12 Tips For Creating A Safer Radio Studio In A Coronavirus Reality

March 13, 2020

The normal flu season may be enough to have air personalities on edge in a studio, but the Covid-19 outbreak may be taking that to a whole new level. From microphones just inches from a host’s mouth to studio boards touched by many, there’s lots of potential ways to transfer a virus. What can stations do?

We put that question to Kirk Harnack, a Senior Systems Consultant at studio equipment seller The Telos Alliance. Here 12 tips that he shared.

Read more at: http://www.insideradio.com/free/tips-for-creating-a-safer-radio-studio-in-a-coronavirus/article_5d948476-6503-11ea-8b4e-5f577a0bce6d.html

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