Topic + Treatment + Tone. The 3 T’s of Content as espoused by the folks at Coleman Insights. Are you on the very best topics of the day? What will your treatment be of those topics? The tone is the emotion you want listeners to feel. Some of the best content comes from the lives of the cast, as shown here by The Josie Dye Show with Matt and Carlin, Indie 88, Toronto. Josie has kids and regularly checks books out of her local library. Being forgetful (that’s character development), she sometimes misses bringing the books back to the library. That’s why Matt and Carlin regular make her call the library to see if “the books” have been returned. As you’ll hear in this week’s audio, the guys on the show make up fake book names, all quite embarrassing and racy, just to hear Josie say it and to see if the librarian has a reaction. The topic and tone are great here. The treatment is what sets it apart.
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