It’s been said that content is king, but promotion is queen. In radio, promotion is teasing. Most broadcasters believe teasing is a good idea, but even the most passionate advocate underestimates it. It could be that teasing is more important than content. That’s a powerful and controversial statement, but it makes sense.

Is Teasing More Important Than Content?


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