Thursday, December 12, 2019

Setting Expectations for Radio Personalities

Have you ever thought you were doing a great job, and everyone was happy with you? Then you discover they were terribly disappointed. And it blows you away. You had no idea. The problem...

How to Maintain Momentum On the Path To Pay Off

No matter how good your content is, if your story doesn’t move forward, listeners move on. It's amazing how quickly your audience gets bored when a radio break stalls. We've researched it in depth...

Coaching Talent: Creating a For The Show Mentality

Team chemistry is important for a radio show. But what happens when that chemistry  is shaken? That's a special situation that requires unique talent coaching skills. A For The Show (FTS) mentality can get you...

Casting a Radio Show In 3D: Dick, Dork and Dear

Have you heard a radio show that always sounds spontaneous, engaging and simply interesting? It's usually a show with rich characters built with unique, distinct personality types that play off of one another. You...

Casting a Radio Show: Perform The Role

In my seminar on demand, Casting a Radio Show, I show managers and programmers how to put together a team of performers that become greater than the sum of the parts. There are multiple...

Get Off Your Phone and Answer the Phone

In radio, we take a lot of things for granted. We assume listeners know more about us than they do. It's generally accepted that those who come to see us at promotions and events...

How To Build Your Radio Show With The GIFS System

When you hear the term GIFS, you probably think of those funny, animated photos that make their way into your email box all the time. But this is a GIFS System that could be...

Casting a Radio Show: Hosts

Developing a winning radio show involves far more than just hiring talented folks and putting them on the air together. Great broadcasters look at it the way a producer would cast a movie. They...

Casting a Radio Show With Character Roles

One of the trickiest parts of casting a radio show has nothing to do with finding great talent. That should be a priority for each cast member. Nor is it about identifying hosts and cohosts....

Quick Ways To Fine-Tune Host Skills on Multi-Cast Shows

Hosting a radio show with multiple personalities is hard. I’ve heard it compared to juggling knives and herding cats. Both are appropriate metaphors, and somewhat accurate. Hosts have a million things to manage, but the...

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