This year, International Women's Day asks us to #BeBoldForChange. A belief in being bold exists at the heart of our ethos.
It can be translated as courageous, daring, challenging, to go beyone the usual limits of conventional thinking.
Celebrating her fourth year with the company we thought it was time for Business Development Manager, Charlotte Plant to have hog the spotlight with her very own 5 From moment.
After careful editing and resubmission of various questions we have selected her best answers. Charlotte, it's your time to shine!
Digital Production Assiant, Catherine Brinkworth is more affectionately known to us as Brinky!
Brilliant hair, super smart and cool demeanour.....we wanted to find out more about Brinky's super powers.
Brinky, here are your 5 from questions....
Our 5 From continues in more traditional style this week.
One of our newest recruits to the Creative team, Niall Kineally-Taylor is under the spotlight.
This week's 5 From.....is a super extended version as we say goodbye to the most amazing Senior Producer EVER!
Our lovely Darren is off to satisfy his wunderlust, so after 4 years with Red Apple Creative - Darren Griffiths, here are your 5 From...
Our 5 From..... blog introduces you to the Red Apple team individually.
We'd love to introduce Andre Harry, the Lead Developer from our Digital team.
Andre, here are your 5 From.....
Bored of bullet point, power point, not on point RAJAR updates???
Check out our alternative RAJAR radio listening update, via the medium of RAP!
The title of this blog is a little arresting.
You would be forgiven for assuming it to be click-bait.
Terrifyingly, this is just one of the opinions expressed on a recent radio call-in show.
5 new big name, national radio stations launch on DAB and DAB+ over the next 2 weeks.
Talksport owner, Wireless Group and Magic FM owner, Bauer Media are behind this rapid radio expansion on the digital radio service.
When this little Red Apple’r started work in radio advertising it was as part of a local station, creating adverts for local and regional clients.
The complete on-air line up at the station was pretty identical to a lot of local stations at the time. Male lead with female co-host on breakfast, followed by a series of male presenters only.
This onslaught of male presentation was only interrupted at the weekends when a female was brought back on air for the middle of the day, presumably to capture some of the family shopping time.
Clients who ask us why music is important to their commercial or video are often met with a tidal wave of passionate response from our creative team.
Music has a multitude of capabilities, but the best description I ever heard was from my first creative manager who gdescribed it as the 'emotional colouring in'. An article by David Shariatmadari on the Guardian website went further and looked at why music creates physical responses such as the chills. In summary there are three pretty good reasons.