Friday, September 17, 2021

Win The Most Music Battle By Playing 2 More Songs Each Hour

The battle over most music rages on, though today's competition comes from new technology as much (or more) than from other radio stations. If programmers could find room to play 2 more songs every...

Getting The Most From Listener Advisory Panels

Listeners usually love to tell you what they think. Asking their opinion gets them involved, which can also lead to increased loyalty. That's why Listener Advisory Panels are invaluable sources of information and insight into...

3 Ways To Lose a Programming Battle With A Direct Competitor

You have a new competitor in town. They've challenged your position and are attacking your brand. Uh oh. Now what? Hopefully, you'll follow these 6 ways to win the battle. But even if you...

Attract Today’s Radio Listeners: Be Authentic

Radio has some problems. But you already know that. Today's adults (millennials) didn't grow up listening to the radio or reading newspapers. Their television viewing habits are different. That means broadcasters must learn new...

Action Plan: What To Do Now to Excite Millennials

It seems that the radio industry has awakened to the reality that the generation called millennials is large, valuable and mysterious. It's true. Nobody will argue that they'll fade away or lose influence. They're...

Analyze and Fine Tune Your Station With Zero-Based Programming

It happens to every radio station. Clutter Creep happens, little by little. Over time, the station becomes full of stuff that doesn't need to be there. That's why I recommend program directors step back...

Why You need a Programming Strategy That Targets Mood

Why do listeners choose your station? Do you know the most important reason listeners choose your station or show brand over others? If you know the answer to that question, you're equipped to develop...

Ultimate Show Makeover Seminar on Demand

Every radio show should undergo a makeover once or twice a year. That’s how you stay fresh and relevant. This is my proven technique of using zero-based programming to keep your show fresh and exciting....

Programming a Radio Station Requires Art And Science

Personality radio is both art and science. And it should be performed in relatively equal parts. Often, programmers place so much emphasis on science, they miss the art. Or vice-versa. Personalities tend to disregard...

Your Morning Show Should Start Earlier Than It Is

Traditionally, radio morning shows start at 6 and end at 10. Why? Because that's what time the rating services have chosen to define a "morning" show. But consumer behavior changes. And as it does,...

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Feature: Not My Finest Moment

Is there a situation that you look back at and are really embarrassed by your behavior? That's Not My Finest Moment. It can be...