WTMX, Chicago My Husband Is a Cheapskate

Breaks can’t be linear – you cannot have one point-of-conflict and mine that for several minutes.  The best evaluated breaks are ones with a focused thesis, but also with elements inside that are more than conversation which feed the central narrative.  In...

Your Prom Date Dishes the Dirt

We are into prom season – and what would be very character defining would be to find your high school prom date.  Chat with them on the show to reminisce about that evening and (even better) answer questions the rest of the cast has about you (which could be...

Game of Phones

With Game of Thrones a very Hot Topic, do a game parody thru the run of its final season called Game of Phones.  Give your contestant something one cast member searched for in Google on their cell phone and the caller must tell you which cast member did it.  For...

AMP 103.3, Boston Vanessa and the Girl Scouts

Drama drives great breaks.  Minus some level of drama (conflict), breaks will just sit there and never engage the audience.  It’s drama that draws in listeners, makes them feel something, forces them to take sides, and makes the content and story you’re...

Granny’s Game of Thrones Death Count

Maybe the grandmother of a cast member (or co-worker, or listener) will come on each Monday during the run of the series last shows just to tell you how many people were killed (and how) in the previous night’s episode of Game of Thrones.  “Hey guys...
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