I Have Bad News is huge fun for edgier shows. The opposite works for friendly shows (I Have Good News.) The execution is exactly the same. Only the tone in execution changes. Some shows could do both and let the story determine if it’s good or bad. That opens more possibilities.

This can also be a fun feature for early January, so listeners don’t have to ruin their year by delivering bad news in the new year.

Here’s how to do it.

I Have Bad News, or I Have Good News


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