Broadcasters agonize over on-air features. Adding new features is exciting, but those features have a tendency to pile up over time. To stay out of programming ruts, programmers should manage features like Disneyland to keep the station fresh, familiar, and exciting.
This article explains how to manage radio features like Disneyland. Including:
- Disney’s concept of weakest ride out.
- How to stay out of programming ruts and stay fresh.
- How Learning Theory affects programming a radio show.
- The Mind Clutter effect.