Your Show The Day After the Awards Show

Your Show The Day After the Awards Show

by Tracy Johnson

It happens every time. The (Oscars, Grammy’s Golden Globes, CMA’s, AMA’s, etc.) Awards were the night before. Now, the air personality reads a list of who won and who lost, covering it like news. How should your show sound the day after the awards show?

Listeners who care about who won and lost already know. They’re looking for more from you, so don’t just repeat content they already know.

For every show that talks about pop culture, each of these events is full of relevant topics that is a treasure of content. How should it sound on your show?

How will you talk about the Awards show on the air? Here’s a list of do’s and dont’s.

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