Here’s a great idea to get free TV exposure from your show, a precious commodity for radio personalities. Even better, it’s content-driven and will stand out on the air and on TV.
This comes courtesy of Dwyer & Michaels at WXLP in Quad Cities:
This works best if you have a good relationship with some local TV anchors or reporters and set it up in advance. Winging it and hoping for the best could lead to some blowback from the TV station. And it works best with a female TV personality. And, most likely it’ll be the weather person, feature reporter or entertainment reporter that plays along best.