Radio shows sound better when there’s a plan. Everyone needs a daily road map to stay organized. It’s important on every show, but especially if there are multiple personalities in the cast. And here’s a great way to do it using Trello.

Of course, there are many ways to plan a radio show: a paper legal pad, a Word file, Evernote and Google Docs are just a few examples. The important thing is to have a plan that involves the entire creative team. When they can view and update the plan in real time, better ideas emerge.

And since show prep and planning happens around the clock, finding a tool anyone can access at any time. That’s where Trello comes in.

Trello as a Show Prep Tool

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