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Casting a Radio Show: Cohosts

Winning as a team requires sacrifice from each player. Most personalities embrace the idea of team-first until it's time to put a plan into action. Then it's much more difficult, especially if roles are...

Casting a Show: Perform The Role

In the Casting a Radio Show seminar, you can learn to construct a team of performers that become greater than the sum of the parts. There are multiple considerations, but one of the most...

Casting a Show: Hosts

Developing a winning radio show involves far more than just hiring talented folks and putting them on the air. Great broadcasters look at it the way a producer casts a movie by finding personalities...

Casting A Show: Host Is Like Hosting a Party

Hosting a party is hard work, but great hosts make it seem easy. The host is almost invisible at a great party, but they are the key to all successful events-and radio shows. This article...

Character Roles: Generator-Responder-Instigator

One of the trickiest parts of casting a radio show has nothing to do with finding great talent. Show chemistry is a consideration, but that's overrated. It's important to identify what each cast member...

Casting A Show: How To Fine-Tune Host Skills

Hosting a radio show with multiple personalities is hard. It's kind of like juggling knives and herding cats - at the same time. Fortunately, it's possible to develop strong host skills. This article is...

Casting a Show: Dick, Dork, and Dear

The best radio shows sound spontaneous, engaging, and interesting. This is made possible through hard work, show prep, and natural talent. But it's also a product of rich characters built with unique, distinct character...

Casting Four Primary Personality Types

There are many things to consider when casting a show, including building team chemistry to ensure every member is in the right role. Team shows come in all shapes and sizes, from a duo...

How to Help a Cohost Tell a Story

Some personalities are better storytellers than others. But everyone is a better storyteller when they have help. That's why it's important to help a cohost tell a story. In this article, I'll share the keys...

Casting A Show: Arranged Marriage Shows

An arranged marriage is when a bride and groom are selected by others, usually their family. It's still common in some cultures. It's very common in the radio industry. Many companies choose personalities for...

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