Preparation

How to gather topics and curate content for a great show

Most radio shows are either over-prepared or under-prepared. Few are properly prepared.

Over-prepared shows come off as stiff and sound rehearsed, almost robotic. Under-prepared shows are sloppy, chaotic and usually sound like they talk too much.

How can you be properly prepared? Follow the guidelines here. You’ll discover the keys to knowing where you’re going without sounding like you’ve been there, done that.

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Robin Farrel

Robin Farrel
Morning Show Host , KOOL 107.3
Victoria, British Columbia

Tracy's help is pretty much 24/7. If we struggle with a topic or show idea, we send it to him and he gets back to us right away... usually with a better idea. :)

Holly Conway

Holly Conway
Air Personality, Virgin Radio
Vancouver

Working with Tracy has made our show began to sound much more like an invitation to join us and become a part of our conversation instead of a presentation pushed out to them.

David Corey

David Corey
VP/Programming, Bell Media
Canada

Tracy knows exactly how a great morning show should sound, and he has helped so many of our shows get there. He has helped us win another gold medal.