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.

Additional Resources:

Articles & Links:

Show Prep: Home Page: Click Here >>>

Show Prep Techniques: Click Here >>>

Ready to Go Show Prep Topics & Scenarios: Click Here >>>

Show Prep Strategies: Prepare Yourself: Click Here >>>

Show Prep: Using Improv: Click Here >>>

Show Prep: Strategic Planning: Click Here >>>

Webinars On Demand:

Turn Daily Life Into Daily Prep: Click Here>>>  For Insiders: Click Here>>>

eBook:

Turn Daily Life Into Daily Content:  Click Here >>> For Insiders Click Here >>>

Downloads & Resources

Single Topic Prep Form: Click Here>>>

Daily Planner: Click Here>>>

Weekly Planner: Click Here>>>

Rotating Content Planner: Click Here>>>

Topic Spider Template: Click Here>>>

Storyboard Prep Template: Click Here>>>

 

Nira Aurora

Nira Aurora
Air Personality, Virgin Radio
Vancouver

Tracy has a way of helping shows create an amazing dynamic by understanding every player on the team and highlighting each other. He has brought out the best in us by helping us be more playful, vulnerable and self-deprecating.

Tom Jokic

Tom Jokic
Producer, CHUM-FM
Toronto

I love Insiders. We get excellent phone topics that turn into great segments on the air. It’s a key part of our preparation process.

Malone

Malone
Air Personality, 95.9 The Ranch
Dallas

As a major market air personality, I can uneqiuivocally say that Tracy is the top talent coach and programming consultant in the nation. He knows what works on-air and promotionally to excite listeners and drive ratings.