PAUL CHANTLER is a respected international radio programming consultant providing strategic, operational and training support.

He has an excellent track record of success with 30 years experience working in the UK, Ireland, Europe and India.
Paul is available for ongoing and project-based consulting for radio groups, radio stations and individuals...

Paul Chantler Consultancy Services include...


Paul works in a variety of formats including Adult Contemporary, CHR, Hot AC, Dance, Christian, Sport and Newstalk, developing effective brand positioning and programming strategy, and offering insights into how your station can grow in a competitive market through research interpretation.
Paul delivers audience-building tactics on air and online; Advising on formatics, imaging, branding and marketing; Monitoring and analysis of output.

Training Seminars

Paul Chantler offers a variety of seminars aimed at presenters, journalists, news editors and programme directors. Training can be tailor-made for individual stations or groups.All of these courses, workshops and seminars can be delivered at your radio station.
Most sessions can also be delivered online by live webinar which saves on travel and accommodation costs and also means participants do not have to be away from the business too long.

Output Audits

Paul also offers a complete radio station audit where he monitors and analyses output across a week studying all aspects including music, news, presenters, imaging, positioning and branding. The audit contains independent and objective analysis of your station's strengths and weaknesses. A detailed written report contains specific advice and recommendations and is an excellent way for station management to review progress and determine the path for future success.

Media Law & Compliance

Paul provides half-day seminars covering defamation, contempt and privacy with lots of audio and text examples and stories of things that have gone wrong in the past. This session can be tailored for presenters and producers or journalists working in the UK. Compliance covers offensive and discriminatory language, the rules about running contests on air and the separation of advertising and editorial as well as an outline of Ofcom, the way it works and the Broadcast Code. The seminar also includes a discussion about the important issue of listener trust.