Short of things to talk about on air?
Start a station diary!
You are always being informed about upcoming events in your area. You get letters and brochures in the mail, emails in
I was thinking about the things we say on air today. We have the power to make someone’s life better, or to make their misery worse. We have the power to refocus people
Maybe you thought it is the same thing! Let’s see.
An announcer, by definition makes announcements. An example of an announcer might be someone who tells passengers their plane or bus is now
If you are a radio
For some useful hints, watch this video. Here’s the link:http://onlineradiotraining.com/10-bad-mic-position
* Practice reading all your scripts…aloud. Listen as you read.
* Mark your
Maybe you didn’t sleep well, or maybe you are just having an “off day.” BUT, you still have to go on air with a compelling programme. You have to sound positive, and you
Ever had two people talking to you at the same time? It doesn’t work does it?
So…Never talk over the vocal of a song. That is…never talk while there is singing in a
Would Ronaldo play a game without warming up first?
Neither should a radio announcer!
You have important things to communicate – you need to do that clearly, while not causing injury to yourself!
One Saturday morning, I was talking about a news story (it was about the bible being translated into the Klingon language from Star Trek). Half way through, my brain went to sleep. My
Question: It feels like I’m reading this announcement way too often. Surely, my listeners are getting sick of it?
Answer: If your audience listens on average for a
Look at your list of songs for today’s upcoming programme. Choose five songs and do some research on them…like: