Indie 88, Toronto Where Was I Conceived

Much of the content you do is correlated to where your relationship is with the audience. Younger shows do more character development so the audience can get to know you faster than older shows (who are probably better defined).  At The Josie Dye Show, Indie 88,...

WDRV, Chicago Kim Jong Un Calls the Show

Kim Jong Un is in the news.  Looks like he wants to nuke Guam and the rest of the United States. For any show, getting North Korea’s leader for an interview is a total coup.  WDRV, Chicago’s Sherman and Tingle worked it hard and Un called their show to...

WUSN, Chicago Mom and Dad Are Mad At Me

The stickiest stuff you can do on your show is tell a story about yourself.  Especially one with tension and drama.  We connect by telling stories to each other.  Stories define us and allow those listening to see themselves in you.  Stylz and Roman, US 99, Chicago,...

KSLX, Phoenix That’s Scaramucci

You will never go wrong tapping the vein of topical.  Great radio shows are perishable in the sense that their topics and comedy must be about whatever is going on today.  Mark and Neanderpaul, KSLX, Phoenix inserted themselves into the quick dismissal of White House...

106.5 The Arch, Spencer Dates an Ex-Con

Relationships content might be the most universal you can do.  Everyone has relationships so it’s very relatable and connective.  At Spencer’s Neighborhood, 106.5 The Arch, St. Louis, Spencer was complaining about the number of first dates he’s had...

WRAL-FM, Raleigh Coach K Chooses His Team

We embarked on a community service project with Two Men and a Mom, MIX 101.5, Raleigh this past week.  One of their yearly causes is Backpack Buddies, where they ask the audience to donate things for backpacks for underprivileged kids going back to school.  Instead of...
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